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Modern Latin America

History 322C - Spring 2020

This course aims to present a survey of Latin American history from Independence to the present. Topics to be covered include the Wars of Independence; caudillismo; nationalism; liberalism; slavery and indigenous peoples; urbanization, industrialization and populism; ideas of race & ethnicity; the Mexican and Cuban Revolutions; US intervention; modernity, modernism and modernization; motherhood and citizenship; the Cold War; terror and violence under military dictatorships and popular resistance movements. While the course aims to provide students with an understanding of the region, it will focus primarily on the experiences of Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and Central America. Modern, Latin America
Course Attributes: EN HBU HumBU ISAS HUMAS LCDFA HUMAR HUM

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Modern Latin America
INSTRUCTOR: Montano
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