HIST 3425: History of Modern Mexico

3 Credits

Mexico from independence to the present: struggles for land, liberty, and equality; ethnicity, gender, and class; economic growth, nationalism, and globalization; urbanization, immigration, demographic transition. Issues of race, religion, and national identity; the US-Mexico War, the 1910 Mexican Revolution, urbanization, migration, free trade agreements, and the War on Drugs.

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B+ Average (3.306)Most Common: A (47%)

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  • 4.40

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    Effort
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    Understanding
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    Interesting
  • 4.40

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