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HIST328A

Selected Topics in History; "Forging the Tortilla Curtain": US-Mexican Borderlands

The historical roots of the U.S.-Mexico border and borderlands landscape, 1800-present. Emphasis on the creation and militarization of the U.S.-MX border, the effects of border-making and free-enterprise on borderlands society, the development of U.S. immigration policy at the U.S.-MX border, the challenges of globalization, and the Mexican migration experience.

Sister Courses: HIST328B, HIST328C, HIST328D, HIST328E, HIST328F, HIST328G, HIST328I, HIST328J, HIST328K, HIST328L, HIST328M, HIST328N, HIST328O, HIST328P, HIST328Q, HIST328R, HIST328V, HIST328W, HIST328X, HIST328Y, HIST328Z

Fall 2020

4 reviews
Average rating: 4.75

Average GPA: 3.22 between 187 students

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