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The Magna Carta & the Charter of the Forest
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Digital History Projects
Michael F. Logan, Professor
Ph.D., University of Arizona
Address 155 Murray (south)
Phone (405) 744-8188
Fall 2016 Office Hours: MWF 9:30-10:30
U.S. West; Recent America; Urban; Environmental.
Dr. Logan is currently researching violence on the Arizona/Sonora border. I am comparing the last Apache Raid in 1886 to the killing of a Border Patrol agent in 2010. These incidents occurred in the same place, upper Peck Canyon. The question is, why does this location seem to attract violent encounters in completely different social/cultural contexts?
HIST 1103 – Survey of American History
HIST 3673 – United States History, 1919 – 1945
HIST 3693 – The Modern West
HIST 4534 – The Vietnam War