Immigration in U.S. History

Comparative American Studies 256

Usual Description

History of immigration and migration in the United States, from nineteenth to early twenty-first centuries. Includes international context of migration, migrants’ encounters with American society, policy responses, and significance of immigration in American culture. Also covers internal migrations such as the “Great Migration” of blacks from the South. The aim is to provide an introduction to major developments in the history of U.S. im/migration, historicize contemporary debates, and develop comparative understanding of experiences among Asians, Blacks, Europeans, Latinos.

Areas of Interest
United States
United States
Time Periods

Post-1800

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Comparative American Studies 256 Taught by Shelley Lee
Comparative American Studies 256
Comparative American Studies 256 Taught by Shelley Lee
Comparative American Studies 256 Taught by Maria Paz G. Esguerra
Comparative American Studies 256 Taught by Shelley Lee
Comparative American Studies 256 Taught by Shelley Lee