Drugs And Alcohol In West Civilization

Drugs And Alcohol In West Civilization

Prefix: 
HIS
Course Number: 
130

?Alcohol and Drugs in Western Civilization? is an overview of the history of drugs and alcohol, and the individual and social problems that surround their use. The course begins when new or newly wide-spread stimulants like coffee, tea, tobacco, chocolate, sugar, and distilled spirits joined beer and wine as European consumer goods. The course then goes on to the more modern problems of increasingly potent drugs like heroin, cocaine, and cigarettes, and responses to them such as regulation, taxation, Prohibition, Alcoholics Anonymous, and the ?War on Drugs.? No prerequisites.

Sections

Fall 2019
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
HIS 130-001 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.301 Scott K. Taylor, Shelley Zhou
HIS 130-002 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.302 Scott K. Taylor, Lincoln Boykin
HIS 130-003 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.311 Scott K. Taylor, David Lucas Heim
HIS 130-004 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.207 Scott K. Taylor, Shelley Zhou
HIS 130-005 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.B8 Scott K. Taylor, David Lucas Heim
HIS 130-006 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.207 Scott K. Taylor, Lincoln Boykin
HIS 130-007 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.219 Scott K. Taylor, Shelley Zhou
HIS 130-008 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.72 Scott K. Taylor, Lincoln Boykin
HIS 130-009 3.0 Rm.213, Rm.211 Scott K. Taylor, David Lucas Heim
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