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HIST 195: Global Histories from 1500 to the Present

This course takes a comparative and chronological approach to studying the diverse cultures of the modern world. Through original texts, historical studies, and literary sources, students examine such themes as the rise of American imperialism and its impact on indigenous peoples of the Americas, Asia, and Africa; the emergence of the nation-state and new ideologies; the spread of American influence in the world; human interaction with the environment; challenges to religion and traditional life-styles; and innovation in family and gender structures. Offered annually.

History

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/history/

...Foundational Surveys HIST 190 - HIST 191 , HIST 194 - HIST 195 , HIST 198 - HIST 199 are...

Social Studies Education

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/social-studies-education/

...Credits HIST 191 Europe from the Reformation to Modern Times 1.00 or HIST 195...