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AADS 5566 American Immigration II (From 1865) (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This is the second half of a two-semester lecture course on American immigration. The first half covers the period up to 1865 and the second from 1865 to the present. Each half can be taken independently of the other. This semester we examine the history of Irish, Italian, Jewish, Latino, and Asian Americans since the Civil War, with particular attention to the overseas origins of migration; patterns of settlement and mobility; questions of ethnicity, race, labor, and class; anti-immigrant sentiment; and government policy.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Arissa Oh

Prerequisites: Any two semesters of HIST1001 through HIST1094

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Last Updated: 14-Feb-14