HIST 315 Modern Latin America
A survey of Latin America since the 1800s. Students will examine the emergence of national identities and the processes of modernization and globalization in the region. The course also examines how race, social structures, and politics evolved after independence in the region, giving particular attention to the legacies of colonialism. Course readings and lectures highlighting unique national experiences and continuities across the region. This course is offered at the 100 and 300 level with additional assignments at the 300 level. Not open to students who have taken HIST 121. (Same as LAC 320.)
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...the following courses: 3 FMS 315 Survey of Japanese Film HIST 398 Introduction to History...
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...HIST 341 Hitler and Nazi Germany 3 HIST...of Jewish Life JWSH 315 The Spanish Inquisition...