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Race, Gender, and Empire
Credit Hours:
3 hours

Analyzes racial and gender ideologies in American expansion, 1607-1989: race-based slavery; narratives of captivity among American Indian tribes; literature of the frontier; turn-of-the-century segregation and imperial conquest; Cold War sex panic; understandings of Asia from 1941 through the Vietnam era; United States interests in the Middle East.


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