American Thought and Culture, 1776-1900

CAS HI 305

Examines how intellectuals constructed an "exceptional" American identity by adjusting provincial Protestant and Enlightenment traditions to the challenges of transnational democratic, Romantic, and secular thought. Topics include Transcendentalism, pro- and anti-slavery movements, philosophical idealism, literary realism, and Darwinian theories. This course cannot be taken for credit in addition to the course with the same title that was previously numbered CAS HI 373.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Capper CAS 226 TR 11:00 am-12:30 pm Mts w/GRS HI705

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