AMST 289 Comparative North America

A survey of North American history that employs the methodology of comparative history to interpret the histories of the United States, Canada, and Mexico within a conceptual framework sensitive to continental similarities and differences. The course takes a thematic approach, and special attention is given to the political institutions and economic structures that have fostered transnational cooperation and continental integration. The social and cultural dimensions of discord and conflict also are examined.




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