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HIST 3325. IMMIGRATION IN UNITED STATES HISTORY. 3 Hours.

Immigration to the United States from the arrival of European colonists to the present. An examination of different forms of migration--voluntary and involuntary, temporary and permanent, legal and illegal. Explores the similarities and differences between the experiences of various immigrant groups. Particular attention to the shifting definitions of race, ethnicity, and citizenship, and the impact of immigrants on society and politics in the United States. Prerequisites: HIST 1301 and HIST 1302.

Global Studies

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