CEL 200 Great Debates of American Politics | Class #24738
Professor(s): Jordan Dorney, Zach German
Study the debates over fundamental American principles — such as liberty, equality, constitutionalism and democracy — that have defined American history and continue to shape public discourse today.
*satisifies Humanities requirement
CEL 294 Social Justice Movements in the United States | Class #24740
Professor: Duncan Moench
Explore the history of contemporary social justice ideology – from abolitionism to progressivism.
CEL 294 Race and the American Story | Class #26341
Professor: Adam Seagrave
Listen in on — and join — the conversations we have had about race in the U.S. from the Declaration of Independence to Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
CEL 394 Lincoln: Rhetoric, Thought and Statesmanship | Class #28685 | (HU) (L)
Professor: Zach German
Dive into the political thought, rhetoric and statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln, both before and during America's deadliest conflict, the Civil War.
CEL 494 Civil Liberties and Rights | Class #24742
Professor: Sean Beienburg
Study the basic individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the United States Constitution, specifically looking at the Bill of Rights, as well as the 14th Amendment.