Summer Sessions 1 & 2 Course Listings

Summer Session 1 Courses

 

Basic Courses

History 007C - Latin America 1900-Present. CRN: 53768. Notes:  **ASYNCHRONOUS**

Latin America since the beginning of the 20th century. Themes include export economies, oligarchic rule, crises of depression and war, corporatism, populism, revolution and reform movements, cultural and ethnic issues, U.S.-Latin American relations, neo-liberal restructuring.

Elective Courses

Chicano/a Studies 114 - Reproductive Health. CRN: 50761

Study contemporary issues in reproductive health and reproductive politics, both globally and in the U.S., for women of color.

History 166B - Mexican History Since 1848 CRN: 51840

History of Mexico from 1848 to the present.

Summer Session 2 Courses

Core Courses

African American Studies 180 - Race Ethnicity Latin America CRN: 74059

Social and political effects of racial and ethnic categorization in Latin America, including issues of economic production, citizenship, national belonging, and access to resources. Emphasis is on peoples of African, Indigenous, and Asian descent.

Elective Courses

History 161 - Human Rights in Latin America CRN: 74034

Description: History of the origins, denial and protection of Human Rights in Latin America. Emphasis on dictatorships, political violence, social resistance, democracy, justice, accountability, truth commissions, memory.