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Graduate Course Details
Number HST 901
Title Modern Latin America
Credits 3.0


Political, economic and social development of Latin America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including problems of economic development, dependency, and poverty and inequality; different forms of social movements, rebellion and revolution; race, gender and ethnicity; U.S.-Latin America relations; and literary and intellectual movements including dependency theory, liberation theology, magical realism, and testimonial literature. Not open to students who have received credits for HIS 731R.