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HIST 1716-01/THEO 1707-01: Geographies of Imperialism



This is a course guide for Shlala's course on "Geographies of Imperialism: History of Colonization" in the Fall 2019 Meets from 2-2.50 in Stokes 103S. Course only open to Freshmen.

Welcome to the "Geographies of Imperialism: History of Colonization"

For this class, you are exploring the history of empires through the lens of history and theology. Looking at the British and French empires in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), this course asks students to challenge the concept of the borders both in regards to territorial but also conceptual (ace, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, education, laws, and institutions).

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Bee Lehman, Ph.D.
Office: O'Neill Library 414A

Office hours in Stokes S 396 on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 2pm - 3.30pm.
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