HistoryHIS126 From Indigenous Colonial Borderlands to the U.S.-Mexico Border

Examines the interactions and integration of indigenous people and settlers in the Southwest U.S. and Northern Mexico from a region defined by its indigenous colonial borderlands to national borders. Explores the connections between the U.S. and Mexico. Within the deeply cross-cultural region studied, also examines the particular histories of states, indigenous peoples, and Mexican-origin groups and regions.

Credits

5

General Education Code

ER

Instructor

Lisbeth Haas