HTY 474 – History of U.S. Foreign Relations II
Instructor: Elizabeth McKillen
Time: TTh 11:00-12:15
Location: Stevens Hall 375
Course Description: Explores the role of the U.S. in international affairs from 1914 to the present. Considers formal U.S. diplomacy and military activities and role of private individuals and groups such as businesspeople, labor and peace activists, and peddlers of American cultural products (movies, jeans, etc.) in shaping U.S. interactions with other nations. Includes critical examinations of U.S. foreign relations by other nations and by internal dissenters.
General Education Requirements: Social Contexts and Institutions and Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives
Prerequisites: Three credits of History or permission.