HIS 205 HISTORY OF THE SOUTH
An investigation of the history of politics, society, and economics in the U.S. South from the seventeenth-century to the mid-twentieth century. Topics include settlement and the Native Americans; slavery and emancipation; the planter class and the yeomanry; populism and industrialization; the New South and Jim Crow; civil rights and the rise of the conservative right.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as AFR 205
Enrollment limited to 28 students.