Fall 2021

Inequality in the "New World"

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Thomas L. Dumm (Section 01)


This course explores the consequences of the European encounter of 1492, and after, with indigenous peoples of what came to be called the Americas, including systemic genocide committed against indigenous peoples, the emergence of chattel slavery, the functions of ideologies that have contributed to white supremacism, and the roles that doctrines of racial difference have played in producing social and economic inequalities. 

Fall semster. Professor Dumm.

If Overenrolled: Dean's office determines this.


Attention to Writing


2022-23: Not offered
Other years: Offered in Fall 2021