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GEO 2201 - Immigrants in Trump’s USA

Credits: 4
This course examines the cultural environment or landscape that immigrants from non-Western regions have created in the United States. It is based on a human geography tradition that uses a multi-disciplinary approach; thematic topics from disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, political science, and economics are used to examine human experiences. This course will also include the examination of contemporary social and political fallout around the question of immigration in the United States. The immigrant communities studied are those from regions of Africa, Asia, Central America, and the Caribbean. The course examines among other questions: What are their cultural beliefs, traditions, and practices? What are the common or unique characteristics of the related cultural geographic environments? How have the immigrants’ cultures impacted the United States and vice versa?
McDaniel Plan: Multicultural



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