The Origins of Modern America: United States, 1914-1941

HISTORY342

The Origins of Modern America: United States, 1914-1941.  Post World War I transformations in foreign relations, technology, literature, the arts, political and economic thought and practice; the rise of a consumer society, the growth of the state, the increase in Mexican immigration, the "New Negro," and the "Modern Woman" during the "roaring twenties" and the Great Depression. One course. 

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ

Region

United States and Canada