HIST 2302 Modern Latin America (Spring: 3 )
This class will study how different cultural, political, economic, and environmental trends have shaped Latin America since the mid-nineteenth century to today. Throughout the semester we will analyze how the region has changed over time, and we will learn the historical origins of debates, (involving issues such as migration, violence, social justice and economic development) that affect the region today. This history will be approached from different perspectives in order to offer a general but complex view of the region.
Instructor(s): Rodolfo Fernández
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Comments: Satisfies Cultural Diversity Core requirement Fulfills the Non-Western Requirement for the History Major
Last Updated: 01-Sep-17