Making Modern America 1865-1919
"Can a nation become an industrial and international power and remain a democracy?" This was the central question for a generation of Americans at the turn of the twentieth century as they faced the challenges of unprecedented wealth inequality, labour conflict, immigration, urbanisation, cultural transformation and empire.
This course will examine these developments and Americans’ responses to them with an eye to understanding how the period from the 1870s to the 1920s made America “modern”.
For full course information see the Digital Course Outline for HISTORY 357.
Digital Course Outlines are refreshed in November for the following year. Digital Course Outlines for courses to be offered for the first time may be published slightly later.
Coordinator(s) Dr Paul Taillon
HISTORY 357: 15 points
15 points at Stage II in History and 60 points passed