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HIST 333 - Labor&Wrkng Clss In Am Hist

This course examines the history of labor and working people in America from the colonial period to the present. Incorporating an expanded definition of labor, it explores the diversity of work experiences in America, the history of organized labor movements, labor conflicts, and the larger processes of social, economic, and political change that have affected work and workers. While the work experience receives central attention, the course gives equal consideration to the comparative dimensions of class and cultural identity, race and gender, immigration and ethnicity, family and community, technology, politics, and governmental policy. Prerequisites: Upper-division standing or consent of instructor.
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