|Graduate Course Details|
|Title||Modern Latin America|
|Winter/Spring 2016 Classes|
|S1||1064||1/19/16 - 5/9/16||T||4:30pm - 6:50pm||SB-108||Avi Chomsky|
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.