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Autumn 2015 Course: HSTAA 110 - American Citizenship

Submitted by Caterina Rost on August 7, 2015 - 3:06pm

HSTAA 110 History of American Citizenship

Professor John Findlay

MTWTh 12:30-1:20

GWN 201

"Citizenship is crucial because it defines the relationship of people to their nation. Focusing on the topic illuminates much U.S. history."

- Professor John M. Findlay

This course presents a clear, thematic focus on citizenship – an issue that is of enduring interest and importance today. By examining how, when, and why different groups of people (e.g., white men, white men without property, peoples of color including one-time slaves, women, immigrants) became eligible for citizenship throughout American history, this course explores how and why for many peoples, at many times, citizenship did not confer equal rights to all. Find more information on the attached flyer, or visit the Department of History website by clicking here.

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