2019-2020 Catalog 
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HIST 2327 - Mexican-American History I

Credit Hours: 3
Contact Hours - Lecture: 3
This course will explore the history of the origins of Mexican and Mexican-American people until 1910, including issues relating to identity and community. CIP Code: (0502035225)
Prerequisite: ENGL 1301  
Student Learning Outcomes
1. Create an argument through the use of historical evidence. 2. Analyze and interpret primary and secondary evidence. 3. Describe the transformation of indigenous societies from 1400-1700. 4. Explain the causes and effects of European conquest and colonization on the Americas. 5. Evaluate the relative impact of mestizaje, slavery, global economics, and frontier settlement on the creation of Mexican identity. 6. Connect independence movements, imperial conflict, class formation, and regional resistance to the making of independent Mexico. 7. Discuss the transformation of communities in the borderlands as a result of Manifest Destiny and the United States-Mexico War. 8. Compare and contrast the borderland regions of California, New Mexico and Texas from 1800-1850.