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PHL 203 - Origins of Modern Racism.


(3) GS/US.

Survey of the development of modern Western ideas of racism in the period 1492-1800, with particular attention to moral and political philosophies that developed in conjunction with the colonization and enslavement of African and Native American peoples in the New World. Figures studied may include Columbus, Las Casas, Montaigne, Locke, Rousseau and Jefferson. May be used to satisfy general education or BA distribution requirements, but not both. Also listed as AFA 203 .



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