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Lisa Solomon
Lisa Solomon

Lisa Solomon

Hello, and welcome to my web page.

You should be able to access the syllabus for any of my Fall classes.  Look over at the   "Courses Taught" section. The first assignments can also be found in that section.

I am in the process of adding the content to my Blackboard page, and hope to have that up and ready for you sometime next week. This is a somewhat new program for me (I had used an earlier version years ago, and a good deal has changed), and I want to make sure that I do things properly.

I look forward to seeing all of you in my classes this Fall.  Please email me if you have any questions about the classes (lisa.solomon@imperial.edu).

Thank you,

Lisa Solomon  

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Tuesday, 14 June 2011 08:57

Course Schedule

Written by Lisa Solomon

Fall 2021

HIST120US History: Prehist-Reconstruc

This course is a survey of American history from the pre-Columbian era to the end of Reconstruction. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the colonial and early American eras. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the colonial and early American periods. (C-ID HIST 130) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10281M&SBSSMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 2:40 PM
End Time: 4:05 PM
Building: 400
Room: 404
Enrolled: 38
Available: 2
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

HIST120US History: Prehist-Reconstruc

This course is a survey of American history from the pre-Columbian era to the end of Reconstruction. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the colonial and early American eras. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the colonial and early American periods. (C-ID HIST 130) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10282M&SBSSTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:25 AM
Building: 2700
Room: 2727
Enrolled: 35
Available: 5
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

HIST121US History: Reconstruct-Presnt

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. (C-ID HIST 140) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10283M&SBSSMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:25 AM
Building: 400
Room: 404
Enrolled: 36
Available: 4
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

HIST121US History: Reconstruct-Presnt

This course is a survey of American history from Reconstruction to the present. This course will cover the major political, economic, social, gender, racial, cultural and intellectual transformations of the modern American eras. Of special note will be an examination of America's rise to global power. At the completion of this course students will have a broad understanding of the most important ideas, personalities, movements, and events in the modern period. (C-ID HIST 140) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10284M&SBSSTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 9:40 AM
End Time: 11:05 AM
Building: 2700
Room: 2727
Enrolled: 31
Available: 9
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

HIST225Mexican American History

Survey of Mexican American history from colonization to the present. Examines the Spanish and native Mexican roots of people in the American Southwest, the Mexican War of 1846-48 and its aftermath, the interrelationship of Mexico and United States histories between 1860 and 1910, the effects of the Mexican revolution (1910) on Mexican Americans in the United States, and the Chicano experience of the 20th century. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10945M&SBSSMonday
Wednesday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Building: 400
Room: 404
Enrolled: 10
Available: 30
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11