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Contemporary Latin American History

Latin America’s trajectory

overview

This course is a survey of the main events of Latin American History after its independence. Topics include the historical causes and effects of independence, some of the main issues on social, economic, and political problems, and the prominent historical leaders in modern Latin America. This is a theoretical-practical course, and it seeks to clarify the following question: ‚óŹ How to describe the processes of Latin American contemporary history in the analysis of the main political, economic, and social events of the region?

Code

HIS 2302

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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