AMH2097 syllabus

AMH2097 syllabus - Florida State University Office: Bellamy...

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Florida State University  AMH-2097-05  Fall 2007 MWF 3:35-4:50  LON 201 Instructor: Dr. Vincent Mikkelsen Office: Bellamy 458 Phone: 644-6068 vpm7371@garnet.acns.fsu.edu Office Hours: W 2:15-5:00 Teaching Assistants: Mr. Andrew Zwilling  atz03c@fsu.edu ; Mr. Tim Fitzpatrick  tfitzpatrick@fsu.edu .   Nationality, Race, and Ethnicity Course Web Site: You are responsible for obtaining your grades, course documents and updates via the  Blackboard website.  Students must activate their university email accounts before they  are able to enter Blackboard.  You will be asked to submit your username and password  to enter the website: http://campus.fsu.edu/  and select AMH 2097-05/15. Electronic Mail: All students must activate their email accounts during our first week of classes.  Failure  to do so will result in your inability to access Blackboard and receive the pertinent  information that will allow you to pass this class.  It is possible to forward your  university email account to your other provider (aol.com or yahoo or whatever).  Register  on-line and remember to write down your User name and Password. I will read emails until 5:00 p.m. each day. Any email sent after 5:00 p.m. will be read  the following day. Please consult Blackboard (under assignments) for all rules regarding  emails.  Please direct all specific questions regarding the papers to   Mr. Andrew Zwilling  atz03c@fsu.edu  and/or Mr. Tim Fitzpatrick  tfitzpatrick@fsu.edu . Required Readings: Retrieving the American Past: A Customized Reader for AMH 209 7.  Boston: Pearson  Custom  Publishing, 2005. This required reading will enable you to write your papers, 
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study for the exam and further enhance the information provided during lectures.  Additional reading material will be posted on blackboard. Course Objective and Description: The course will enable the student to understand the history of nationality, race, and  ethnicity in the United States.  They will be able to describe various contemporary views  of race and ethnicity in America.  In addition, students will understand the various  reasons for immigration of each ethnic group discusses, their degrees of assimilation into  American society, the prejudices they faced, and how the history of both America and  their own culture has shaped each group.  This course does not count towards a major in  history, but does satisfy the Y requirement. Assignments and Overview:
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