About the Course:
Changing patterns and conceptions of inequality, seventeenth century to present. Examines influence of economic transformation, race, gender, class, attitudes towards work and welfare, social movements, social knowledge, law and public policy on opportunity, income, status, and power.Divides at Civil War and World War II.
History 17A, B, or C, or upper-division standing.
Documents:View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Doug Genens
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