Due to the pending storm all ENC daytime and evening classes are cancelled starting at 2:00pm today (1-26-15) through Wednesday evening (1-28-15). At this time classes are scheduled to resume Thursday morning (1-29-15). This includes all traditional undergraduate and Adult and Graduate classes at all campus locations, including all ECE locations. 

All campus offices will be closed for Tuesday (1-27-15) and Wednesday (1-28-15).
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HI346 America in the 1960s

History    credits: 3

This course analyzes the political, cultural, and intellectual history of America in the turbulent 1960s.The African-American freedom struggle, the Great Society, the rise of the New Right and the New Left, the controversies surrounding America’s involvement in Vietnam, student radicalism, sexual liberation, the counterculture, and conservative backlash will be examined. The course will emphasize changes in liberalism and the revitalization of conservatism. Studying popular music, film, literature, and works of history, students will focus on the tensions between integration and separatism, between youth culture and traditional society, and the massive transformation of the US. 

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