Created through a "student-tested, faculty-approved" review process with hundreds of students and faculty, HIST3 provides an engaging and accessible solution for the U.S. History courseand one that appeals to the diverse learning styles of today's learners.
About the Author
Kevin M. Schultz is a professor of history at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), one of the most diverse campuses in the country. With specializations in American religious, ethnic, racial, and intellectual life, he is currently president of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History. His most recent book, BUCKLEY AND MAILER: THE DIFFICULT FRIENDSHIP THAT SHAPED THE SIXTIES (W.W. Norton & Co.), came out in 2015 and was an Amazon.com #1 New Release in American History. The book was then reviewed widely, including in The New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, Esquire, the Chicago Tribune, the LA Times and dozens more venues. His first book, TRI-FAITH AMERICA: HOW POSTWAR CATHOLICS AND JEWS HELPED AMERICA REALIZE ITS PROTESTANT PROMISE, was published by Oxford University Press in 2011, and his essays have appeared in THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY, AMERICAN QUARTERLY, THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION, LABOR HISTORY, and several other venues, popular and academic alike. An award-winning teacher, he received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University and his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley.
Table of Contents
1. Three Societies on the Verge of Contact. 2. Contact and Settlement, 1492-1660. 3. Expansion and Its Costs, 1660-1700. 4. Expansion and Control, 1700-1763. 5. Toward Revolution, 1763-1775. 6. The Revolution. 7. Confederation and Constitution, 1783-1789. 8. Securing the New Nation, 1789-1800. 9. Jeffersonian Democracy, 1800-1814. 10. The Market Revolution. 11. Politics of the Market Revolution. 12. A Regionalized America, 1830-1860. 13. The Continued Move West. 14. The Impending Crisis. 15. The Civil War. 16. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. 17. The Industrial Revolution. 18. The Industrial Age: North, South, and West. 19. The Progressive Era. 20. Becoming a World Power. 21. Prosperity and Change in the Twenties. 22. The Great Depression and the New Deal. 23. World War II. 24. Cold War America. 25. The Sixties. 26. The Age of Fracture: The 1970s. 27. Reagan's America. 28. America in the Information Age. 29. Globalization and Its Discontents.