Native American Spatial History

is a course that explores the relationship between space, place, and Native American history between the colonial period to the present day. Experiential, practical, and theoretical, students in this proposed course will have a broader understanding of Native history and its centrality to American culture and society, but also gain knowledge of digital tools and technology for which to view space in unique ways.

U.S. History since 1877

this course, taught online and asynchronously at Minnesota State University, Mankato in Fall 2022, explores the sweeping cultural, social, and political transformations in the United States between 1877 and the present day. This writing-Intensive course offers students unique assignments to critically think, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary sources.