Nov 27, 2022  
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HSTR 431 - Race in Latin America

4 Credit(s)
This course explores the history of race relations in Latin America, focusing on the traditional links between “race” and power. Topics may include examination of Indigenous, African, and European cultures/ethnciites, from the Conquest to the present day. Through discussion, research projects, and essays, students will demonstrate an understanding of Latin American history from the colonial to modern eras, gain a greater awareness of race relations across the hemisphere, construct evidence-based argument, demonstrate the ability to evaluate primary and secondary sources, and develop proficiency in research-based projects.

Prerequisite(s): Junior/Senior standing and PHL 122 , or c/i
(spring odd-numbered years).



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