Latin American Readings

Tu 1:00PM - 3:25PM / 3701 Wesley W Posvar Hall / CRN 29677

This course introduces students to recent efforts to conceptualize, theorize, and analyze Latin America as a region. The goal of the course is to explore how authors in diverse disciplines-- history, the social sciences, cultural studies--have sought to understand the region's long-term historical development, and to examine how explanatory paradigms in Latin American studies have evolved over the last 30-40 years. Students will also learn quite a bit about the history of the region.

Number of Credits

3

Reid Andrews

Course Term

Fall

Course Category

Category D: Designated Courses

Course Year

2018