AP/HUMA 4300 3.00
Aspects of Modern Latin American and Caribbean Studies: Culture and Politics
This course draws on oral history, novels, and some of the most accessible and entertaining social scientific studies to explore some of the central themes of both Latin American and Caribbean history and contemporary life, including revolution, resistance and repression, rural life, politics of race relations, and national and international migration. Prerequisite: One course in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) and/or International Development Studies (IDS). Course credit exclusion: AP/HUMA 4300 6.00. Open to: LACS and IDS students, others with permission of the Instructor.