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2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HIST 2328 - Mexican American History II

3 Credits (3 hrs. lec.) This course will explore the history and effects of Mexican and Mexican-American people since 1910, including issues relating to identity and community. (502035225) Prerequisite: ENGL 1301  
Course Outcomes
1 - Create an argument through the use of historical evidence.
2 - Analyze and interpret primary and secondary evidence.
3 - Differentiate between the promises and realities of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
4 - Describe how race, gender, and class shaped material conditions and inter-ethnic dynamics for Mexican Americans in the United States.
5 - Discuss the transnational political and economic ties between the United States and Mexico.
6 - Assess the impact of the 1910 Mexican Revolution on the United States and Mexico.
7 - Articulate the place of the Mexican American struggle for civil rights within the context of the broader Civil Rights Movement.
8 - Evaluate periods of significant change in Mexican migration patterns to the United States.
9 - Explain the history of self-identification in Mexican American communities in the United States.