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AAST 340 Race, Violence, and Memory in American History (3)

This course examines how Americans have remembered and forgotten four cases of racialized violence in American history-slavery, colonialist violence against Native Americans, Japanese American internment, and the 1992 Los Angeles uprising-to uncover the political commitments underlying various, often competing, collective memories of violence.
Prerequisite(s): EITHER HIST 115 -HIST 116  OR any other combination of courses that satisfies the general education history requirement.
Course Frequency: Occasional
Cross-listing: HIST 321  



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