CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTB265001
Course TitleAmerican Colonial Encounters
Credit1.00
DepartmentHistory
InstructorLaurent-Perrault,Evelyne
Time And DaysTTH 9:55am-11:15am
Room LocationCARP15
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1639
The course explores the confrontations, conquests and accommodations that formed the "ground-level" experience of day-to-day colonialism throughout the Americas. The course is comparative in scope, examining events and structures in North, South and Central America, with particular attention paid to indigenous peoples and the nature of indigenous leadership in the colonial world of the 18th century. Haverford: Social Science (SO)
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTB265001
Course TitleAmerican Colonial Encounters
Credit1.00
DepartmentAfricana Studies
InstructorLaurent-Perrault,Evelyne
Time And DaysTTH 9:55am-11:15am
Room LocationCARP15
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1639
The course explores the confrontations, conquests and accommodations that formed the "ground-level" experience of day-to-day colonialism throughout the Americas. The course is comparative in scope, examining events and structures in North, South and Central America, with particular attention paid to indigenous peoples and the nature of indigenous leadership in the colonial world of the 18th century. Haverford: Social Science (SO)
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Book Prices



CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterFall_2015
Registration IDHISTB265001
Course TitleAmerican Colonial Encounters
Credit1.00
DepartmentLatin American, Iberian, and Latino/a Studies
InstructorLaurent-Perrault,Evelyne
Time And DaysTTH 9:55am-11:15am
Room LocationCARP15
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1639
The course explores the confrontations, conquests and accommodations that formed the "ground-level" experience of day-to-day colonialism throughout the Americas. The course is comparative in scope, examining events and structures in North, South and Central America, with particular attention paid to indigenous peoples and the nature of indigenous leadership in the colonial world of the 18th century. Haverford: Social Science (SO)
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Book Prices




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