HIST 359 – Modern Brazil

Academic Year:
Fall 2018
Day and Time:
MoWe 2:30-3:45
Instructor:

This course will examine modern Brazil from 1800 to the present, concentrating on the making of the nation given its massive geographical size and diverse population.  Topics studied include Brazil's status as the world's largest slave holding society in the nineteenth century, and twentieth-century attempts to establish democracy.

Prerequisite: Open to Seniors, Juniors & Sophomores only.

Percentage of Latin American, Caribbean, or Latino Content:
100%
Spire:
75246