Sep 19, 2018  
Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Catalog 2018-2019

Latin American and Latinx Studies


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Director of the Latin American and Latinx Studies Program: Beatriz Loyola

Affiliated Faculty:

Anthropology:
Heather Hurst, Michael Ennis-McMillan, Bernardo
Ríos

Spanish Language: Diana Barnes, Charlene Grant, María Fernanda Lander, Beatriz Loyola, Oscar Pérez, Viviana Rangil

Geosciences: Amy Frappier

History: Jordana Dym, Kate Paarlberg-Kvam

Music: Pola Baytelman


Political Science: Aldo Vacs

Department Overview

Latin America is a region of multiple histories, a complex combination of native and world cultures and political systems, a distinguished literary tradition, and a dynamic presence in international affairs. The United States and its residents have longstanding political, cultural, historical, business, and academic ties with this region, as well as with Latino populations active within its borders. The importance of Latin America abroad and at home provides a compelling reason to educate students in the broader context of Latin American politics, culture, and society in preparation for participation in civic and professional life as informed citizens at home and abroad.

Minor Requirements

  

Course Listing

Latinx Studies Curriculum

 
  
 
 
 
  

Latinx Studies Courses

 
 
 
 
AN 328 - Built Environments: Archaeology of Architecture  
 
  (French Carribean)
 
 
WLS 221 - Writing For Heritage Speakers  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  (when topic relates to Latin America)
  (when topic relates to Latin America)
 
GO 251 Topics in Political Science (when taught by A. Vacs)
 
 
   (when topic relates to Latin America)
 
 
 
 
   (when topic relates to Latin America)
   (when topic relates to Latin America)
   (when topic relates to Latin America)

Partial Latinx Studies Courses

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

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