HIST 12100 US History: The 1960s

GE-Human Culture: US History/Government In this course, you will examine political, social, racial, and cultural changes to the United States in the turbulent decade of the 1960s. It will begin by describing the consensus that existed in the 1950s, and will then explore such topics as the civil rights movement, the women's movement, the expansion of the welfare state, the war in Vietnam, and the growth of a counter-culture. This course seeks to encourage critical thinking about the many sources we will examine.




ENGL 15000 with a C or better or concurrent enrollment.