ETHS 101 - The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.

Comparative study of foreign immigrants in the United States from the mid-19th century to the present. Examines ethnic identity and nativist resistance to newcomers. Particular attention is paid to Hispanic and Asian immigrants, as compared to European immigrants. Analyzes the social and economic conditions as well as cultural factors that shape immigrant adjustment patterns.

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  • Title: ETHS 101 The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.
  • CRN: 64716
  • Instructor: Thomas Carrasco
  • Internet/Web Instructional Method
  • Section Corequisites: NONE
  • Bldg/Room: Online Class

  • Meeting Time
    6.8 hours/week
    Seating Availability
    Waitlist Availability
    Capacity Taken Available Capacity Taken Available
    40 40 0 0 0 0
    Critical Dates for this Course
    Term: Spring 2022
    Last day to add class: 29-MAR-2022
    Last day to drop with an enrollment refund: 17-MAR-2022
    Last day to drop without a "W": 29-MAR-2022
    Last day to drop with a "W": 21-APR-2022
    Census Date: 30-MAR-2022

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