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History CC
HIS 1 Western Civilization to 1600 3.00 Units
This course covers the origin and development of civilization in the Mediterranean and its expansion into Europe - the Near East, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, Renaissance and the Reformation. Influences in religion, culture, technology and political structures that develop into European society of the early modern period will be studied.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 2 Western Civilzation Since 1600 3.00 Units
History of the Modern Western World from the end of the medieval period to the present. The course develops the western world, (Europe and the Americas), as these societies develop modern ways of thinking and producing, and tracks the rise of the modern nation-state. Interaction with other civilizations, and globalization will be studied.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 3 World History: Beginnings-1500 3.00 Units
A survey of world history from the beginning of civilization and ancient cultures to 1500 C.E. Interconnections and divergence among cultures and civilizations in a global context will be emphasized. During the classical period, up to 500 C.E., similarities and differences as civilizations developed will be examined. The postclassical period, 500 to 1500, will look specifically at contact and interaction among peoples. Broader forces that affect civilizations such as trade patterns, migration, nomadism, syncretism, and disease patterns will be studied.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 4 World History: 1500 to Present 3.00 Units
A survey of world history from 1500, including the early modern and modern eras. Interconnections and exchange will be emphasized. Similarities and differences among cultures will be examined. Cultural, intellectual, and technological developments and exchange will be explored. Broader forces that affect civilizations such as boarderlands, exploration and travel, gender and class will be studied.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 7 US History Through Reconstruct 3.00 Units
A survey of United States history from its pre-colonial, indigenous origins through the end of Reconstruction. Emphasis on (1) distinctively American patterns of political, economic, social, intellectual and geographic developments, (2) the interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups in American History, and (3) the evolution of American institutions and ideals including the U.S. Constitution, representative democratic government, the framework of California state and local government, and the relationships between state/local government and the federal government.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 8 US History Since Reconstruct 3.00 Units
A survey of United States history from 1877 to the present with a special emphasis on the interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial/ethnic (African Americans, European Americans, Native Americans, Chicano/Latino Americans, Asian Americans, and Middle Eastern Americans), gender and socioeconomic groups in American history. Includes analysis of (1) the U.S. Constitution as a living document in the context of historical change, and (2) significant issues related to California State and local governments.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 12 History of California 3.00 Units
Historical development of California, including Spanish exploration and settlement and the Mexican Revolution. Transformation of California under United States control; the American conquest, the Gold Rush, and dynamic expansion to the present day.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 22 Mexican American History 3.00 Units
A survey of Mexican American History from pre-Columbian period through the present. Special emphasis on Mexican Americans' role in the political, economic, social and geographical development in the United States. Major topics include European colonization, native cultures and slavery, the U. S. - Mexican War, World War I and World War II, industrialization, immigration and labor, and the Civil Rights Movement. This course includes analysis of the U. S. Constitution, Supreme Court Rulings, and California state and local government issues related to the rights of Mexican Americans. May not receive credit if ES 22 has been completed.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 25 American Indian History 3.00 Units
Historical survey of American Indians in the United States from earliest times to the present day. Emphasis on Indian societies and cultures, Indian relations with predominant cultures, Indian movement for self-preservation and historical background necessary to understand contemporary problems of the Indians. Emphasis on the Indians of California and the West. May not receive credit if ES 25 has been completed.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 33 Modern Latin America 3.00 Units
This introductory course provides an overview of twentieth-century Latin American history, focusing on social circumstances and experiences of people across social classes. We will consider how processes of change such as urbanization, revolution, civil war and U.S. intervention have critically shaped everyday life in this region. We will also focus on how Latin Americans have adapted and responded to these forces using and assortment of strategies.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 42 Asian Am Hist 18th Cen to 1945 3.00 Units
An exploration of Asian American history from the 18th century to WWII. A comparative analysis of issues and perspectives by first wave immigrants from China, Japan, Korea, India, the Philippines. (May not receive credit if Ethnic Studies 42 has been completed successfully.)
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 43 Asian Amer Hist:Early 20th Cen 3.00 Units
A historical survey of Asian Americans from early 20th century to the present. The course will interrogate the term "Asian American" and apply comparative analysis among diverse groups including Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, South Asian, and Southeast Asian. Not open for credit to students who have completed or are currently enrolled in ES 43.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 48 US Womens Hist Thru Rescont 3.00 Units
A survey of United States women's history from its pre-colonial, indigenous origins through the end of Reconstruction. Emphasizes the interaction and experiences of diverse racial/ethnic groups that include at least three of the following groups: African-Americans, Chicana/Latina Americans, Asian Americans, European Americans, Native Americans, and Middle Eastern Americans. Emphasis on (1) distinctively American patterns of political, economic, social, intellectual and geographic developments, (2) the interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups in American history, and (3) the evolution of American institutions and ideals including the U. S. Constitution, representative democratic government, the framework of California state and local government, and the relationships between state/local government and the federal government.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 49 US Womens Hist Post-Reconst 3.00 Units
A survey of United States women's history from 1877 to the present with a special emphasis on the interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial/ethnic (African Americans, European Americans, Indigenous North Americans, Chicana/Latina Americans, Asian Americans, and Middle Eastern Americans), and socio-economic groups in American history. Includes analysis of (1) the U. S. Constitution as a living document in the context of historical change, and (2)significant issues related to California state and local governments.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 52 Mex Amer Hist Meso to Mex Rev 3.00 Units
Students will survey the social, political, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from the pre-Columbian era to The Mexican Revolution. Students will also critically analyze the struggles and contributions of Mexican Americans in the development of the United States with comparisons to other groups. Major topics include European colonization, Indigenous cultures and slavery, the U.S. War with Mexico, the Civil War, and the Mexican Revolution. (May not receive credit if Ethnic Studies 52 has been completed successfully.)
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 53 Mex American Hist Rev to Pres 3.00 Units
Students will survey the social, political, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from the dawn of the twentieth-century to the present. Students will also analyze the struggles and contributions of Mexican Americans in the development of the United States and California, and with comparisons to other groups. Major topics include The Mexican Revolution, The Great Depression, WWII, Vietnam, and the Chicano/a Movement. (May not receive credit if Ethnic Studies 53 has been completed successfully).
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 62 African-Amer His Thr Civil War 3.00 Units
This course presents a survey of the history of the United States from the perspective of African Americans. It presents that perspective in the context of the experiences of Europeans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos. Early African history, the trade in African slaves, and exploration of the political, economic, demographic and social influences shaping African American life and culture prior to 1865 will be examined. The U.S. government and the Constitution, the California government and Constitution, and other constitutional models for comparison and contrast will also be covered.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 
HIS 63 African-Amer Hist-Reconstruct 3.00 Units
This course presents a survey of the history of the United States from the perspective of African Americans. It presents that perspective in the contexts of the experiences of Native peoples, Europeans, Asian Americans and Hispanics/Latinos after 1865. The course explores the economic, cultural, institutional, political history of African Americans from the post-Civil War period to the present. The African American relationship with national, California state and local governments will also be covered. May not receive credit if HIS 21, ES 21 or ES 63 has been completed.
College: Chabot College
Division: Social Sciences
 

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