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African American History Survey 1400-1860
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 21, 2014
This course explores events and circumstances that brought Africans to the Americas. A significant part of the course will focus upon the Atlantic world examining both sides of the Atlantic Ocean from 1400 to 1776.
African American History Survey Since 1860
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Undergraduate course in African American history from 1860. The course examines the experience of African Americans as they began to participate in society as a United States citizen.
ANTH 3111: Applied Anthropology
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
Tags: anthro_course
Black Death
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
History of the arrival and spread of the plague in 14th century Europe.
Tags: black death, hist, hist_2600, history_course
Blood and Guts: Medicine and Trauma on the Modern Battlefield
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
19th and 20th Century Wars of Europe and the United States.
Tags: history_course
Britain in the Age of Total War
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
The two world wars had a profound effect on Britain, with lasting consequences for society, politics, the economy, and Britain's place in the world.
Tags: history_course
Bullets and Bandages: Historiography of Modern War and Medicine
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Library research guide for HIST 4003-A01/5001-A02
Global Village Learning Community
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Library Guide for the Global Village Learning Community
Government Documents
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 19, 2013
Government Documents, including federal, state, local and International documents.
Tags: govt_subject
HIST 2211: Modern Africa
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Tags: hist, hist_2211_004, history
HIST 2284: WWII: European Theatre
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Mar 28, 2014
HIST 2297: History of North Carolina, 1500-Present
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
This course explores the history of North Carolina from roughly 1500 through the present era. North Carolina's hisorical development is emphasized through three major themes: the social, political, and economic changes that have shaped the state
Tags: hist_2297, hist_2297_001
HIST 2600: Comparative Slaveries in African History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 2600: Comparative Slaveries in African History
HIST 2600: Fall of the Roman Empire
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
HIST 2600: Great Depression and New Deal
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
This course will familiarize students with the history of the New Deal and how that history has been re-interpreted overtime.
Tags: hist_2600_a90
HIST 2600: Japan in World War II
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Research guide for students enrolled in History Skills Seminar: Japan in World War Two.
Tags: hist, hist_2600_a02, history_course
HIST 2600: Popular Mobilization in the American Civil War
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
One of the most hotly debated academic issues of the Civil War remains the motivation of common soldiers to fight in what still remains America’s costliest conflict.
Tags: history_course
HIST 2600: World Revolutions
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 13, 2014
HIST 3000: The Civil War in the West
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
HIST 3002: Gandhi and Radical Non-violent Dissent in the Modern World
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
History 3002 class examining Gandhi's life and ideas
Tags: gandhi, hist_3002, history_course
HIST 3003: Memorializing Genocide
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
Tags: hist_3003
HIST 4-5000: 19th Century America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 4-5000: 19th Century America
Tags: history_course
HIST 4-5000: American Slavery
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 15, 2013
HIST 4600: Fiction in History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
HIST 4600: Life in the American City
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
HIST 4600: Non-Violent Revolutions
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
HIST 4600: The British Empire
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
HIST 4600: US-Mexico Border/La Frontera
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Research guide for HIST 4600/LTAM 4600/LTAM 5600: U.S. - Mexico Border/La Frontera: Migration and Settlement since 1900
Tags: hist_4600, hist_4600_a90, ltam_4600, ltam_5600
HIST 4797: Honors Methods and Practice
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
This course will teach you how to approach the researching and writing of an honors history thesis
Tags: hist_4797_001
HIST 6000: Topics in American History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 6000: American Politics from Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama
History of Health and Healing in Africa
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
history_course; health; healing; Africa
Latino/a History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
A survey of Latino/a history from the Mexican-American War to the present with emphasis on the twentieth-century and contemporary issues. The course examines the diverse experiences of Mexican, Central American, Caribbean and Latin Americans in the US.
Tags: history_course
LBST 2101-202: Liberty, Equality, and Power - Blacks in America (Mixon)
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Nov 21, 2014
This is a lecture course on the evolution of Western History and Culture with a focus on the Americas and the question of peoples of African descent.
LBST 2102-209: Global Connections: Women and Children in the Developing World
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 2, 2014
This is a resource guide for LBST 2102-209: Global Connections: Women and Children in the Developing World (Johnson).
MBAD-6203-U90
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 18, 2012
Testing
Tags: mbad_6203_090, mbad_6203_u90
MPAD 6314: Arts and Nonprofit Marketing
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Feb 14, 2014
Tags: mpad_6314
Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Social Movements in the United States
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Reviews major historical works that examine the characteristics, goals and impact of major social movements in the United States.
Tags: history_course
POLS 1130: Comparative Politics
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Tags: pols_1130_001
POLS 3030/LTAM 3003: Politics of Latin American Immigration to U.S.
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 23, 2013
The Politics of Latin American Immigration to the United States
POLS 3135: Terrorism
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
Tags: polisci_course
POLS 4600: Terrorism
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
POLS/LTAM 3164
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 17, 2012
U.S.-Latin American Relations
Tags: ltam_3164_001, pols_3164
Race and gender in Urban America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Research seminar that examines the history of the black urban experience, focusing primarily on the period from the turn-of-the-century to the present.
Tags: history_course
Racial Violence in America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
This course examines the nature and history of race violence in the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present.
Tags: hist_4600_200
Slavery and Abolition in the New World
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
A wide-ranging introduction to some of the most important developments and debates concerning the history of slavery in the Atlantic world from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.
Tags: history_course
South in Popular Culture
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
Tags: culture, history_course;, in, popular, south
Southern Women's History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
history_course; women's history; southern history
Streaming Media
by Amanda Binder, Donna Gunter - Last Updated Mar 11, 2014
Guide to streaming media resources available through Atkins Library
The Final Solution
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Using the Nazi 'Final Solution of the Jewish Question' as a starting point, this course offers students training in the fundamental methodological skills of researching, interpreting, and presenting history in written and oral forms.
Tags: history_course
U.S. Mexico Border/La Frontera
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
This reading and writing colloquium examines the U.S.-Mexico Border/La Frontera in the twentieth century through the prism of migration and settlement. The course will focus on migration and settlement on both sides of the international boundary.
Tags: history_course
War and Society in the Twentieth Century
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 5, 2012
Works with primary and secondary sources, including scholarly books and articles, newspapers, propaganda and once-secret documents.
Tags: history_course
World Revolutions
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 24, 2012
Tags: history_course

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