Course Catalog

HIST2002 - Colonial America
Fall 2012

This course explores the social, cultural, and political history of colonial North American from the first contact between indigenous and colonizing cultures to the eve of the American Revolution. Particular attention will be devoted to the interaction of Indian, European, and African peoples and cultures, along with numerous important forces that shaped the North American colonial world, including freedom gender, race, consumerism, religion, and war. Classroom insturction will consist of lectures, reinforced by the text, videos, maps, discussion, and supplemental readings.
3 Credits

Schedule Book Tools
Start a New Search
Revise Search Options
Registration
Don't Miss the Details
Click "Details" for a course description, instructor information, and a link to the instructor's website, where you can find a syllabus, first class information, and more...

Traditional
Undergraduate

Graduate
Day Codes
 M  Monday
 T  Tuesday
 W  Wednesday
 R  Thursday
 F  Friday
 S  Saturday
 U  Sunday

Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Course starting with HIST2002
       

No Courses Found

ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY

6001 University Blvd. Moon Township, PA15108 800-762-0097 © 1995 – 2011 Robert Morris University. All rights reserved.