HIST 6223 - Contemporary Latin America
Credit Hours: (3)
Description This course gives students the opportunity to engage in major themes in the history of Latin America since World War II.
The approach is chronological and thematic and the major themes include: the Mexican and Cuban Revolutions; the Cold Ward; classic populism and new populist experiences; the emergence of working and middle classes; threats and challenges of democracy; economic crisis, poverty and exclusion; drug trafficking and migration; women in politics; and neo-libralism and its discontents.
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