HTY 473: History of U.S. Foreign Relations I

Instructor:  Professor Elizabeth McKillen

Time:  TuTh 9:30AM – 10:45AM

Course Number: 67571

Location: Remote(online, synchronous)

Description:  U.S. foreign relations from the Revolution to World War I. Explores the role of government and private individuals and groups (pioneers, businesspeople, missionaries) in shaping U.S. interactions with other societies and nations as it expanded across the North American continent and evolved into a world power. Includes critical examinations of U.S. foreign relations by Indian, Latin American, Asian and European nations, and by internal dissenters

Prerequisites:  Three credits of History or permission.

General Education Requirements:  Satisfies the Social Contexts and Institutions and Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives requirements.