African-American Hist General Sources. Africanamerican Odyssey Library of Congress site with The west. Menu of European Other History Web Pages Asian History. chinese History. England/Great Britain http://web.uccs.edu/~history/index/afroam.html
Native American Hist World Documentation Project. american Indian Movement. Anasazi Emergence into the The west. Menu of European Other History Web Asian History. chinese History. England/Great Britain http://web.uccs.edu/~history/index/nativeam.html
Extractions: Dr. Elliott Barkan Spring 2001 OFFICE: Faculty Office Bldg 102 OFFICE HOURS: EMAIL: email@example.com COURSE WEB LINK: http://csbs.csusb.edu/history/barkanlinks.htm REQUIRED TEXTS: P. Iverson, WE ARE STILL HERE P. Sensi Isolani, STRUGGLE AND SUCCESS D. Gutierrez, WALLS AND MIRRORS R. Waldinger, ETHNIC L.A. C. Milner, A. Butler, D. Lewis, MAJOR PROBLEMS IN THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST, 2 nd ed. SUPPLEMENTARY READINGS (ON RESERVE) *E. *D. Cinel, FROM ITALY TO SAN FRANCISCO, Chaps 1,2 9, 10 *M. Rischin and J. Livingston eds, JEWS OF THE AMERICAN WEST, Chaps 5 and 6 *J. W. Trotter, Jr., ed., GREAT MIGRATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, Chap 6 by Moore *G. *R. *L. De Graaf, "The City of Black Angels: Emergence of the Los Angeles Ghetto, 1890‑1930" This is an upper division/graduate level course focusing on ethnic groups in the American west/southwest. The works that have been assigned are meant as points of departure, for we do not limit ourselves only to those groups for which there are specific readings. Moreover, my principal concern is that you understand what we cover not how much we cover.
Homework Center - Language Arts The Multnomah County Library Homework Center organizes over 3500 carefully reviewed K12 education and homework help resources for students, teachers, media specialists, and librarians. The Expansion of the american west. http//www.americanwest library.state.ak.us/hist/goldrush/table. html. The Alaska in America for many immigrants, including the chinese and Japanese http://www.multnomah.lib.or.us/lib/homework/amhsthc.html
The American Civil War Homepage from west Point) The american Civil War The Struggle to general military information) Milhist The WWW Site for to Commemorate the chinese Serving in the american Civil War http://sunsite.utk.edu/civil-war/warweb.html
Extractions: General Resources Music of the Civil War Era 2nd South Carolina String Band Band Music from the Civil War Era (from the Library of Congress) Music of the American Civil War The Civil War Music Site Poetry and Music of the War Between the States Historic American Sheet Music: 1860-1869 (from Duke University) Civil War Poetry and Music The Civil War Music Store Civil War Songs Radio (NB: This site has a commercial character) Selections by 33rd NJVI Reenactors (NB: This site has a commercial character) Music of the Civil War Radio (NB: This site has a commercial character)
HIST 341: Nineteenth Century Frontier/West the question "What is the west?" " Place" historians view the west Chan, The Bittersweet Soil The chinese in California Agriculture Land, and Society in the american west, 18501900 http://simeon.library.reed.edu/courses/syllabi/hist341.html
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org COURSE DESCRIPTION Frontier and western historians have revitalized the field of western history in recent years as they seek to answer the question "What is the west?" "Place" historians view the west as a region that is the meeting ground of multiple cultures. "Process" western historians envision the west as a changing frontier that is the site of the spread of American civilization or of expansionism. We will analyze and critically evaluate both paradigms by engaging readings that conceptualize the west as a multicultural region of men and women and as a gateway for U.S. expansionism, governmental control, and capitalism or as an environmental region. We will also explore the construction of historical memory and interrogate the mythologies that Americans have fashioned about the 19 th century west.
Brooklyn College Core 9: Chinese Culture Page Recent american Press west in the 18th century.ü. WWW Extra Luxun Two Selections from His Writingü. Image People Qian Long. Image Opium Smokers. Image hist. Illus. chinese http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~phalsall
Extractions: Paul Halsall /Brooklyn College/1996-99 Office Tel (Core 9 Office): (718) 951 5229 Note From Fall 1999, Paul Halsall [ email@example.com ] takes up a position at the University of North Florida . This Core 9 course page remains online for those who are interested, but permanent links should be made to the Internet East Asian History Sourcebook Music I Music II The Course This module is an introduction to Chinese culture. The approach will be one which sees culture as the system of shared ideas and meanings, explicit and implicit, which a people use to interpret the world and which serve to pattern their behavior [Patricia Ebrey]. This concept of culture includes an understanding of the art, literature, and history of a society, but also less tangible aspects such as attitudes, prejudices, folklore and so forth. With China we will find a tradition of civilization marked for over 3000 years by the use of writing, urbanization, a developed artistic culture, social stratification
Chinese Culture: Images SOURCE download from american Onlone. Buddha from Gupta Period DESCRIPTION forthcoming. hist. Illus. chinese View of an 18th were in great demand in the west, which said less http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~phalsall/images.html
Chinese Across The Curriculum and socioeconomic evolution in traditional China and Japan. between East Asia and the west, nationalism and hist 318 Asian american history 3 hours http://ll.truman.edu/cml/chinese/classes.html
Extractions: 3 hours Myths and mythic patterns inherent in world cultures and literatures, including classical Greek and Roman, South American, North American, African, Asian, Sumerian, and Germanic civilizations. Students should take ENG 208 Writing about Literature either before or in conjunction with this course. NOTE: General Honors Course. ENG 320 - Asian Literature
Home Page Of Department Of History Russian Relations hist 3790 Sinoamerican Relations hist 3840 Modern Japan and the west hist 3860 western Imperialism hist 3870 Overseas chinese in Southeast http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~sosc1/hist/hist/degree.html
Extractions: The primary purpose of this course is to fulfill the history major's requirements for graduation. The second purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the recent history of the non-Western world. For some, this course will be the student's first exposure to the history of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. For others, it will build on such courses as Dr. Brown's Monsoon Asia, Dr. Shepherd's International Relations. Dr. Crider's Latin American History, Dr. Jeane's South and Southwest Asia, and my courses on China and Japan. For all, upon completion, this course should provide a solid understanding of the issues facing much of the nonwestern world today. Finally, as this course is designed to approximate an introductory graduate level class, those going on to a post-graduate program should come away with a feel for the type of work load expected in the first year of such a program.
History Catalog The focus of this course will be to demonstrates the role chinese culture played in developing chinese history. hist 2371. Perspectives on the american west. http://www.wwcc.cc.wy.us/history_div/catalog.html
Extractions: A survey of ideas and institutions of European civilization, from earliest times to about 1660. Topics include ancient Athens, Christian beginnings, medieval feudalism, the Italian Renaissance, and the Reformation. Students may use this course to fulfill Humanities requirement. Visit or online course at: http://www.wwcc.cc.wy/west_civ HIST 1120 (24-102)
Vita Frontier, Montana The Magazine of western History 454 and Brenda Farrington, ed., The american west (New York 2000) and Arif Dirlik, ed., chinese on the http://www.ewu.edu/csbs/depts/hist/Zhu/vita.html
Extractions: B.A. East China Normal University - 1982 Fields of Study: U.S. History, American West, Asian-American History Honors and Awards 2001 CenturyTel Faculty Achievement Award, Eastern Washington University, for teaching excellence. 2000 Vivian A. Paladin Award, Montana Historical Society, for the best article to appear in "Montana: The Magazine of Western History" in 1999-2000. 1998 A Choice Outstanding Academic Book of the Year for A Chinamans Chance: The Chinese on the Rocky Mountain Mining Frontier. 1996 Vivian A. Paladin Award, Montana Historical Society, for the best article to appear in "Montana: The Magazine of Western History" in 1995-1996. Grants and Fellowships: 2003 Faculty Research Grant, Eastern Washington University 2001 Faculty Research Grant, Eastern Washington University
Certificate Courses 4717 chineseamerican history (same as AAST 4717) hist 4727 Japanese-american history (same as AAST 4727) hist 6317 Readings in the american west Philosophy http://www.centerwest.org/courses.html
UVic: History Courses 251 Middle Eastern Civilization Islam; 253 Introduction to chinese Civilization; 254 China and the 310 The american west; 315 american Diplomatic History; 318 http://web.uvic.ca/calendar2003/CDs/HIST/CTs.html
AAST 201/HIST 219M Syllabus Spring 2004 How World War II Changed the Lives of chinese americans, 1942 Recommends Removal of Japanese americans from the west Coast, 1942 Japanese american Mike Masaoka http://www.history.umd.edu/Faculty/LMar/aast201_syll.htm
Extractions: AAST 201/HIST 219M 3 credits Spring 2003 Time: MW 10:00am Key 0102 Professor Lisa R. Mar Asian American Studies Program and Department of History, University of Maryland at College Park Office: Taliferro 2122 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Phone T.A. Thanayi Jackson Undergraduate T.A. Jennifer Nguyen Course Web Page http://www.history.umd.edu/Faculty/LMar/aast201_index.htm Course Yahoo Group Page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/AsianAmericanHist_Spr04/ OFFICE HOURS Monday , Wednesday , in my history dept. office, Taliaferro Hall, Room 2122, 301-405-7051 Office hours are held in weeks when classes meet, but I can also arrange to meet with you after class or by appointment. This course introduces the history of Asian Americans in the United States and the Americas and the field of Asian American Studies from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics include theories of race and ethnicity; Asian migration and diaspora to the Americas We will focus on the personal voices of Asian Americans as means of understanding how individuals made choices and interpreted their situations. Through personal stories, we will explore the meanings of Asian American experiences, mapping their influence within main currents in American and global history. Because we will spend much time examining Asian Americans' stories, we will often have discussion in class. The course has a lecture-discussion format so come prepared to read, think, write and debate.
HIST - History social and cultural history since the american Revolution. between China/India, religions of the west and East An analysis of the chinese experience from the http://catalog.unco.edu/2001-2002/Output/crs_desc56.html
Extractions: HIST 100 Survey of American History from Its Beginnings to 1877 (3) Survey of American history through Reconstruction to examine efforts to found New World communities, gain an American identity, secure independence and to define and secure the union under a federal government. HIST 101 Survey of American History from 1877 to the Present (3) Survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present to examine geographical expansion, the rise of industrial and military power, five American wars, reform cycles and the shaping of modern America. HIST 110 African Civilization (3) An introduction to the society, economy, culture and politics of traditional Africa from the Empire of Ghana to the European conquest in the nineteenth century. HIST 112 Asian Civilization I: From Prehistory to the 1600s (3) Introduction to the historical development of pre-modern cultures in East, South and Southeast Asia. HIST 113 Asian Civilization II: The Modern Transformation (3) Examination of the modern transformation of East, South and Southeast Asian societies. HIST 118 History of Mexico (3) Mexican history from pre-Columbian times to the present emphasizing 19th and 20th centuries. Covers socioeconomic, political and cultural change.
HIST 174-Syllabus And Assignments February 25 Locating the west in a Pacific World Dorothy FujitaRony, american Workers, Colonial of Regulation the Enforcement of chinese Exclusion in http://cpotter.web.wesleyan.edu/wescourses/2004s/hist174/01/syllabus.html
Extractions: Syllabus and Assignments skip to assignments This seminar addresses the history of the western United States, with particular attention to categories of race, ethnicity and nationalism that were consolidated as the trans-Mississippi west became a location for modern industrial, agricultural and extraction economies. Beginning with a discussion of the eighteenth and nineteenth century frontier, we will explore how the categories "race" and "nation" emerged in relation to each other over time and space. What are the transhistorical and transnational implications of identity categories, and how are they refracted in/experienced through gender and sexuality? How do governments and social groups use racial ideologies and nationalisms to extend and solidify political/cultural power? Are racialism and nationalism useful categories for political resistance as well as for political domination? As a sophomore seminar in the history department, this course places a strong emphasis on strategies for reading large amounts of secondary material well, close reading and evaluation of primary texts, developing ideas and articulating them to others, imagining research questions and developing practices of historical writing.
HIST 101 America In The 1960s (Not Offered 1998-99) hist 358 The chinese american Experience (Not offered 1998 hist 375 TwentiethCentury american Religious Movements of Church and State in the Traditional west. http://www.williams.edu/admin-depts/registrar/catalog/depts9899/hist/histlist.ht
Extractions: HIST 101 America in the 1960s (Not offered 1998-99) HIST 102 Power and Popular Culture in Modern Mexico (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)* HIST 104 Slavery in the American South (Not offered 1998-99)* HIST 105 The Expansion of Europe (Not offered 1998-99) HIST 101 America in the 1960s (Not offered 1998-99) HIST 102 Power and Popular Culture in Modern Mexico (Not offered 1998-99; to be offered 1999-2000)* HIST 104 Slavery in the American South (Not offered 1998-99)* HIST 105 The Expansion of Europe (Not offered 1998-99) ... HIST 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study