Join me, Mike Eberts, in Social Science 127, Los Angeles History, Politics and Culture. In this three-unit course, we rediscover the city and its surrounding region. We explore its rich, multicultural past and its dynamic present.
The course is offered fall semesters only.
There are significant extra-credit field trip opportunities that are part of this course. Here are photos of some of our past field trips:
I invite you to scroll down the page and browse my L.A. Links, a woefully
incomplete guide to virtual Los Angeles.
AT RIGHT: Blue skies, a gently swaying palm tree, transportation by Yellow Car and the Austin & Ashley-designed City Hall ... Los Angeles on a good day in the 1930s.
|The California Project: Bicycling California from the Oregon Border to the Mexican Border|
Note: The links listed below will open in a new window on Netscape 2.0 and later browsers. L.A. Links will remain in a window underneath.
Grier Musser Museum (Victorian Los Angeles)
Los Angeles: Past, Present and Future (USC Library)
Angels Flight, USC Special Collections