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- Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and the Birth of Modern America Dr. Nicholas Marshall & Dr. Martin Shaffer
- Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Promise of the Founding Fathers: The Civil Rights Movement Dr. Frederick Opie & Dr. Lynn Eckert
TAH 103: This institute will examine the unique colonial experience of the Hudson River Valley which is unlike that of New England and the Chesapeake due to the rich interaction of many cultures: Native Americans, Dutch, English French and African. The institute will emphasize contact between Europeans and Native Americans with particular attention to native cultures before contact with European colonizers.
TAH 104: Social Movements, Social Justice, and the Expansion of American Democracy.
Instructors: Dr. Sally Dwyer-McMulty and Dr. Robyn Rosen. Dates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, July 16, 17, 18, 19, 2007. Thursday, November 1, 2007 and Thursday, April 17, 2008. Time: 8:30 am 3:30 pm
TAH 104: This institute will examine 19th century and 20th century social movements including, but not limited the labor movement, suffrage movement, progressivism, the student/antiwar movement, and the second wave of feminism.
- TAH 105: Presidential Leadership During Wartime: Abraham Lincoln, FDR, and Lyndon Johnson
- TAH 106: Beyond Europe: Asian and Caribbean Emigration to the United States in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries