HIST 3858: Policing, Surveillance, and Social Movements in 20th Century U.S.

3 CreditsHistorical PerspectivesRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

This course explores how policing and surveillance changed, evolved, and adapted throughout the twentieth century in the United States. We will trace the trajectory of police power & legitimacy as well as examine how the institution of policing responded to ongoing racial justice movements.

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A- Average (3.775)Most Common: A (65%)

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