Wednesday night topics, reading and due dates

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Wednesday Night Topics, Reading and Assignments: January 21: Introduction to Course Themes and Requirements - READINGS: Takaki: pp. 1-17; Gonzalez: pp. ix-xx. January 28: What are Race and Ethnicity? / Who is an Immigrant? Movie Excerpt: Performing the Border or Ice-T on Racism Discussion of Concepts READINGS: Takaki: pp. 21-23 February 3: First Migration and First Nations Reading: Takaki, pp. 24-50 February 10: First Contact and Europeans in the Atlantic World; Construction of Race in America, 1600-1781 Choose and Start Reading Optional Book if You Intend to Write the Analytical Book Essay First Essay Due February 17 : Alternative Lifestyles: Pirates, Race, and Ethnicity: The Construction of Race in READINGS: Takaki: pp. 51-76 / Many-headed Hydra on Website (will be possibly useful in February 24: The Failed Promise: Revolution, Constitution, the Enlightenment, and Early Republic; “Indian Removal” in Jacksonian America – the Trail of Tears March 3: Red, White, and Brown: Race and Ethnicity in the American Southwest, 1500-1848
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2010 for the course HIST 245 taught by Professor Carlson during the Spring '10 term at Canada College.

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