HTY 483 (0001): Violence in North American History

Instructor:  Professor Scott See

Days/Time:  Thursday 6:00-8:40 pm.

Location:  Stevens 155

Description:  Focuses on collective or group violence in the United States and Canada from the colonial era to the present. Familiarizes students with violent episodes that have shaped the histories of both countries and uses these examples as a theoretical device for comparing and contrasting nationalistic ideals and myths in the United States and Canada.

General Education Requirements:
Satisfies the General Education Western Cultural Tradition and Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives Requirements.

Three credits of History or permission.

Course Typically Offered: Alternate Years