IND-380 Research in Transatlantic Colonial Exp

This course will enable students to engage in research on the transatlantic Anglophone colonial world. Through archival and field work, students will execute an original research design and gather data on lived colonial experiences, colonial justifications, and the socio-political aftermath of colonialism in former colonies. After students have completed a pre-requisite preparatory course in the fall, this faculty-led off-campus course will take students to archives, museums, and historically relevant sites at up to two destinations. Possible destinations include: England, Ghana, South Africa, Washington D.C., and Zambia. After the completion of the trip, students will complete a final research paper for the History or International Political Economy senior seminars, or through a one-credit writing seminar. Prerequisites: POE-392 and Instructor Permission.




POE 392