Sections: Hist of Kansas (2023 Spring HIST-3300-A)

History 3300-A Hist of Kansas
HIST-3300 History of Kansas (3) (D) The History of Kansas provides a detailed overview of Kansas history since the arrival of humans to the area. The course, structured chronologically, follows the process of settlement by indigenous people, the dispossession of those first Kansans by people of European descent, the struggles over freedom during the territorial period, the achievement of statehood, the rush to turn Kansas into an agricultural garden, social and political reform movements, and the state's modern struggles as an agricultural, industrial, and corporate producer. The course covers these myriad topics while also focusing on the changing image of Kansas in the minds of its residents and outsiders.

Section Name: HIST-3300-A
Departments: History
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Course Type: Standard
Credits: 3
Books: To Be Determined