Course No: EDUC.5531-044; SIS Class Nbr: 1076; SIS Term: 3050
Course Status: Open Added 5/4/21
Participants in this National Endowment for the Humanities-sponsored Landmarks Workshop, offered through the Tsongas Industrial History Center, examine the causes and consequences of America's Industrial Revolution, using Lowell as a case study. The course covers the nineteenth-century shift from an agrarian to an industrial society, with a focus on water-powered factory systems, textile production and corporations, the issue of slavery in a cotton textile city, labor and women's history, environmental impacts, immigration, globalization, and literary responses. Limited to NEH participants only.
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