HIST130 CH - Mexico-United States Border: Diaspora, Exiles, and Refugees (CP)

When Offered: Last offered fall 2015.
Instructor(s): M. Tinker Salas
Credit: 1

This class is a community engagement course that focuses on the U.S.-Mexico Border, paying specific attention to Haitian and other immigrant groups residing on both of sides of the border. Students will examine the historical formation of the U.S.-Mexico Border and its contemporary political economy. Students will be prepared to conduct research among and will be involved in a community engagement project focusing on immigration policy regarding Haitians and other immigrants currently residing in San Diego/Tijuana. Previously offered as HIST100N CH. 
Satisfies the following General Education Requirement(s), subject to conditions explained in the Degree Requirements section of this Catalog:
Area 3; Analyzing Difference; Speaking Intensive; Writing Intensive

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