HIST 1401 The United States and the Pacific World
4 semester hours
This class surveys the ways in which U.S. interchanges with Asia and the Pacific Islands have transformed cultural, political, ideological, and socioeconomic developments on both sides of the Pacific from the earliest contact to the twenty-first century within global and comparative frameworks.
HIST Concentrations: Global Economies, Encounters, and Exchange; Race, Gender, and Culture.
University Core fulfilled: Explorations: Historical Analysis and Perspectives.