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    Goucher College
  Nov 21, 2017
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue
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HIS 238 - Topics in Comparative Colonialism (4 Cr.)

Colonialism, and the imbalanced political, social, and economic relations that it engendered, shaped the modern world in ways with which global society continues to struggle. In order to understand the precise influence of the world empires on the past and the present, this course will adopt a comparative approach and a global framework. Although the precise geographic and temporal foci will change with the instructor, the course will promote critical thinking about issues of nationalism, ethnicity, race, and gender. This course can be repeated if it is taken with a different instructor and on a different topic. Prerequisite: one history course or sophomore standing or consent of the instructor. Variable semesters.

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