HIST 2255 – Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in the United States

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture

This course studies the ways immigrants to the US and their descendants created and preserved community and identity at work, in politics, and in social relations. The course also examines the ways dominant groups responded to immigration and migration.The creation of and changes in racial and ethnic identities are central themes of the course.

west gate mount royal