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Title: Citizenship and Nationality
Course Section Number: HIS-200-02
Department: History
Description: This course is for Sophomore and Junior students. Freshmen and Senior enrollment with instructor consent. This course traces the history and theory of citizenship and nationality in the US and Europe with a particular emphasis on the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It examines the boundaries of different membership categories such as citizenship and nationality, but also including other forms of group identity like ethnicity, race, alienage, subjecthood, among others. Engaging with theoretical texts, the course uses the development of a federal immigration policy in the US as its primary case study to frame inquiry and analysis.
Credits: 1.00
Start Date: January 17, 2022
End Date: May 7, 2022
Meeting Information: 01/17/2022-05/06/2022 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 02:10PM - 03:00PM, Baxter Hall, Room 311
Faculty: Kunze, Savitri

Course Status & Cross-Listings

Cross-list Group Capacity: 20
Cross-list Group Student Count: 18
Calculated Course Status: OPEN
Section Name/Title Status Dept. Capacity Enrolled/
Available/
Waitlist
HIS-200-02 (primary)
Citizenship and Nationality
OPEN History 20 8 / 2 / 0
PSC-220-02 (cross-listing)
Citizenship and Nationality
OPEN Political Science 20 10 / 2 / 0