HIST 576. History of the Caribbean and Central America. 3 Hours H/W.

A comparative examination of Central America and the Caribbean. Emphasis is on understanding the complex social, cultural, and political development of this broad region from the pre-Columbian period until the modern era. Topics include: conquest, colonization, racial and ethnic diversity, economic development, political conflict, and globalization. Prerequisite: HIST 120, HIST 121, or HIST 370. LEC.

Minor in History

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...the New World HIST 575 The Many Faces of Mexico HIST 576 History of the...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in American Studies

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...HIST 310 American Culture, 1600-1876 3 HIST...the Present 3 AMS 576 Cultural Geography of...

Minor in Latino/a Studies

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...the New World HIST 575 The Many Faces of Mexico HIST 576 History of the...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Classical Antiquity

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...Ceramics HIST 402 Roman Military History HIST 506...Fifth-Century Athens CLSX 576 Topics in Greek...