Mark Santow

Associate Professor / Chairperson

History

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Examines past and present-day racial controversies, such as school segregation, the civil rights movement, affirmative action and reparations, from an historical perspective. The focus is on how race has shaped belief, identities, policies, politics and opportunities since the Civil War, and how Americans of all backgrounds have understood the dilemma of race.

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

Examines past and present-day racial controversies, such as school segregation, the civil rights movement, affirmative action and reparations, from an historical perspective. The focus is on how race has shaped belief, identities, policies, politics and opportunities since the Civil War, and how Americans of all backgrounds have understood the dilemma of race.

Examines past and present-day racial controversies, such as school segregation, the civil rights movement, affirmative action and reparations, from an historical perspective. The focus is on how race has shaped belief, identities, policies, politics and opportunities since the Civil War, and how Americans of all backgrounds have understood the dilemma of race.

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