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Readings in the History of the Atlantic World


About the Course:

An undergraduate reading seminar in Atlantic World history. Topics vary based on the instructor. Using primary & secondary readings, students examine key themes in Atlantic World history: encounters between Native Americans, Europeans and Africans; indigenous societies; imperialism and settler colonialism; capitalism; piracy and smuggling; religions and spirituality; voluntary and forcedmigration; plantation societies, slavery and slave resistance; racism and white supremacy; cross-culturalexchanges and creolization; revolution and abolition.


No pre-requisites have been entered for this course.


View the course’s Canvas page or the instructor’s page for documents: Manuel Covo   

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