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01:512:250 Natives and Newcomers: Immigration and Migration in U.S. History (3)

  • Academic Credits: 3
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Immigration and migration in U.S. history from precolonial societies to the present. Critical examination of the dynamics of im/migration over several centuries, challenging common fundamental views. Considers im/migration from the perspective of natives or "the nation" and from the view of newcomers.