Course Detail for CRN: 36136
Course: HIST 137
Title: Gender, Race & Slavery in Amer
Credit Hours: 4.00
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Description:
In early America concepts of gender and race were used to disenfranchise, marginalize, and subjugate members of some groups while privileging others. Elite white liberty did not contradict the enslavement of Africans, destruction of Native American societies, and disenfranchisement of certain European-descended peoples.

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