HIST 121 – Modern Latin America

Academic Year:
Fall 2018
Day and Time:
MoWe 12:20-1:10 + Discussion
Instructor:

Lecture and discussion course examining the creation of modern Latin America, concentrating on the struggles over land and labor, the creation of nation-states, and the conflicts within those states over issues of citizenship and social justice. The course also addresses the contentious role the United States has played in the region. (Gen.Ed. HS, G)

Prerequisite: N/A

Percentage of Latin American, Caribbean, or Latino Content:
100%
Spire:
75218