HUN335H1: Urban vs. Rural: Immigration to and Settlement in North America

Hours: 
12L/12S

This course will provide an examination of the history of Hungarian Immigration to and settlement in North America. The course will examine the "push" and "pull" factors, the socio-economic factors involved, their patterns of migration and the organizational development of the communities they founded in North America.  The course will compare and contrast the reception the immigrants and later refugees received in the United States and Canada and examine how they adapted to their new homelands.

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)