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HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA SINCE 1810

General ElectiveSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
The course will examine the historical development, cultural milieu, and elements of the geography of all nations in Mesoamerica, the Caribbean, and South America. The regional and chronological approaches will be used when dwelling on issues, such as revolutions, guerrilla movements, political strife, social inequality, ethnic diversity, environmental degradation, globalization, etc.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Total: 50

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 Item #  Year Quarter  Instructor Syllabus Additional Files
4087 Spring 2020 Thomas, David
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