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Upper Level Courses

Upper level courses are on special topics and are more advanced. They often presuppose some basic knowledge in the field and should be more difficult courses than courses at the 1-199 levels.

HIST 231 Wartime Internment of Japanese-Americans


Taught as schedule allows (consult the Course Directory)


This reading seminar will review the representative studies on the subject and discuss how social scientists and historians have attempted to explain the causes of the event. Students will be encouraged to examine scholarly works in a critical manner, especially with regards to their political nature, limitations, and historical specificity.