Comparative Cultrl Encounters
This seminar examines interactions among native,
European, and African peoples during the initial
centuries of North American colonization.
Situating the American colonies within a broader
Atlantic World and offering a comparative
approach, the course invertigates processes of
cultural conflict, exchange, adaption, and
transformation. One year in introductory
in history required.
Prerequisite(s): HIS 111 or two 200 level HIS courses