GSOC222 - African Women's Lives Past and Present

The creation and use of industrial technology in America from 1776 to 1876 as shaped by social values and institutions. Important questions include: Why did industrial technology take the form that it did? How did American industrialization differ from European? How did industrialization influence the American class structure and standard of living? How is the rise of modern business management linked to changing industrial patterns?
T 0430PM-0730PM
BLAKELY, PAMELA
WILLIAMS HALL 25
  • AFST221601

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