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SLAVERY AND FREEDOM: US HISTORY 1750-1890
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Australia - University of New South Wales - 'Australian Universities'
UC Course SubjectHistory
Number & Suffix: 31
Full UC Title: SLAVERY AND FREEDOM: US HISTORY 1750-1890 
Transcript Title: US HISTORY1750-1890 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Lower Division 
Course Description: This course explores the interrelation of economic change, social structure, cultural life, and politics from the origins of the American Revolution to the aftermath of the end of slavery. It argues that territorial expansion, social reform, and slavery form key pillars of nineteenth-century American statemaking. At the same time, it will explain the emergence, by 1890, of a market-oriented nation-state based upon free labour. Slavery and Freedom place this formative period of U.S. history in comparative and transnational perspective, exploring its relationships with Europe and Asia and comparing it both to slave colonies in the Caribbean and to other settler colonies in the Americas and Australia. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: SLAVERY AND FREEDOM: US HISTORY 1750-1890 
Partner University Department: History 
Partner University Course Number: ARTS2278