May 27, 2019  
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HIS 231 - Modern Latin American History


1 semester, 3 Credits Core Foundation/Proficiency: Diversity; Writing II

Surveys the period from Independence to today, and gives particular attention to politico-economic and socio-cultural transformations (i.e., revolutions, military dictatorships, social movements, economic expansions, and democratic consolidations) that have affected Latin America from the 19th to the 21st centuries. Its regional and comparative perspective highlights Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Chile, Nicaragua, and Peru. Satisfies post-1877 American history requirement for major/minor.


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