Mark Santow

Associate Professor / Chairperson

History

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Liberal Arts 335

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Continuation of the History of the United States; the survey of American history, from the Civil War and Reconstruction to the present.

Examines the history, politics and legacy of the U.S. war in Southeast Asia. Military strategy, policy debates, the experiences of soldiers, and domestic politics are examined, with the goal of understanding larger questions of American foreign policy past and present.

An examination of the United States from the 1950s to the 1970s. Topics to be considered include the black freedom struggle, Vietnam, the New Left, the women's movement, gay liberation and the counter culture.

Seminars will be offered variously in topics in American History. The writing of a substantial paper will be required. Content will vary with instructor; may be repeated with change of content. Cross-listed for AAS, JST, and WMS when the content is appropriate.

Teaching

Online and Continuing Education Courses

Examines the history, politics and legacy of the U.S. war in Southeast Asia. Military strategy, policy debates, the experiences of soldiers, and domestic politics are examined, with the goal of understanding larger questions of American foreign policy past and present.
Register for this course.

Seminars will be offered variously in topics in American History. The writing of a substantial paper will be required. Content will vary with instructor; may be repeated with change of content. Cross-listed for AAS, JST, and WMS when the content is appropriate.
Register for this course.

Graduate Seminars in history are designed to allow participants to pursue reading and research on a particular historical topic. Course may be repeated with change of topic.
Register for this course.

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