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HISTORY 151D: The Age of the City in Nineteenth Century America

Ranging from New York to New Orleans to San Francisco and beyond, this course explores urban life as a lens into broader historical change during the long nineteenth century, when America tripled in size, fought a bloody Civil War, and became an industrial powerhouse. Baseball stadiums, ethnic and "bohemian" enclaves, skyscrapers, settlement houses, parks, and community festivals will help us analyze large-scale phenomena such as war, economic depression, industrial capitalism, slavery and Jim Crow, and the advent of consumer culture.
Terms: Aut | Units: 5 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Milner, G. (PI)
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