Vavrus, Michael


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B.A., Political Science, Drake University, 1970; M.A., Education and History, Michigan State University, 1975; Ph.D., Education and Economics, Michigan State University, 1978.

Expertise: education, history, political economy

Interests: multicultural/diversity issues, U.S. history & politics, Pacific NW history & human geography, African history/world history, politics of schooling

Related Subject Areas

Web Page: http://blogs.evergreen.edu/vavrusm

Contact Information

Office
Lab I 3013
Phone
(360) 867-6638
Email
vavrusm

Current, Recent, and Upcoming Offerings

Year Offering
2014-15 What Does it Mean to be an "American"? Colonial America to Present
2013-14 Human Geography: Cultural Interactions with the Physical Landscape
2013-14 Pacific Northwest History: Multicultural Perspectives
2013-14 Political Economy of Media
2013-14 Political Economy of Public Education: Contemporary Historical Realities
2012-13 A History of "Race" in the U.S.: From Colonial Era to 2013
2012-13 Human Geography: Cultural Interactions with the Physical Landscape
2012-13 Pacific Northwest History: Multicultural Perspectives
2012-13 Political Economy and Social Movements: Race, Class, and Gender
2011-12 A History of "Race": Colonial Era to the Obama Presidency
2011-12 Human Geography: Cultural Interactions with the Physical Landscape
2011-12 Pacific Northwest History: Multicultural Perspectives
2011-12 Zinn and the Art of Protest