CourseBook :: hist3392.051.17u
Course Title: U S - Mexico Borderlands
Class Info:
Class Section: HIST3392.051.17U Instruction Mode: Face-to-Face
Class Level: Undergraduate Activity Type: Lecture
Semester Credit Hours: 3 Class Number: 55885
Grading: Graded - Undergraduate Session Type: Five Week - Session One
Add Consent: No Consent Orion Date/Time: 2017-12-18 16:15:13
Status: Class Status: OPEN    Available Seats: 11    Enrolled Total: 38    Waitlist: 0
Description: HIST 3392 - U.S.- Mexico Borderlands (3 semester credit hours) Examines the evolution of the U.S.-Mexico border region from the Spanish colonial period through the present. Topics may include the role of the region in colonial era imperial rivalries; the historical construction of the border; conflict and organizing efforts in the border region; the use of the border as a strategy for economic, political, and cultural representation; the evolution of immigration policies; and the efforts of borderlanders themselves to resist injustice and marginalization. Prerequisite: HIST 1301 or HIST 1302 or HIST 2301 or HIST 2330 or HIST 2331 or equivalent. (3-0) T
Enrollment Reqs:
  • Prerequisite: HIST 1301 or HIST 1302 or HIST 2301 or HIST 2330 or HIST 2331.
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Jeffrey Schulze      email:

Class Location and Times

Term: 17U
Type: Five Week - Session One
Starts: May 30, 2017
Ends: July 6, 2017

May 30, 2017-July 3, 2017
Monday, Wednesday
JO 4.102

JO Building
Floor 4 - Room 4.102
  • Date: July 6, 2017   Time: 2:00pm-4:45pm   Location: JO 4.102
College: School of Arts and Humanities
Syllabus: Syllabus for U S - Mexico Borderlands (HIST3392.051.17U)
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