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Latin American Studies

Applicable for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Advisor; BLASENHEIM

Minor Requirements

An interdisciplinary approach to the study of Latin American civilization. This minor consists of five units, four in Latin American studies and a language requirement consisting of one unit that can be fulfilled in a number of ways.  

Category 1:

GROUP A Mexico and Andean South America   

  • AN208: Topics in Anthropology (when appropriate)
  • AN237: Blacks in the Caribbean and Latin America
  • AN238: Gendering Latin America
  • AN308: Advanced Topics in Anthropology (when appropriate)
  • HY224: Survey in Latin American w/ Blasenheim
  • HY 237: History of Brazil, 1500-present
  • HY238: Colonial Hispano-America
  • HY239: History of Mexico
  • HY 410: Senior Seminar
  • PH283: Latin-American Philosophy
  • HY/PS330: Colloquium (when appropriate)
  • PS335: Comparative Politics of Latin America
  • PS336: The Cuban Revolution w/ Lindau
  • SO237: Latino Immigration and Social Change (when appropriate) w/ Popkin
  • SO290: Development and Social Change in the Global South w/ Popkin

 

GROUP B Southern Cone

  • AN208: Topics in Anthropology (when appropriate)
  • AN308: Advanced Topics in Anthropology (when appropriate)
  • HY209: Topics in Ancient History (when appropriate) w/ Buxton
  • HY224: Survey in Latin American w/ Blasenheim
  • HY236: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay since Independence w/ Blasenheim
  • HY 237: History of Brazil, 1500-present
  • HY238: Colonial Hispano-America
  • HY 410: Senior Seminar
  • PH283: Latin-American Philosophy
  • HY/PS330: Colloquium (when appropriate)
  • SO237: Latino Immigration and Social Change (when appropriate) w/ Popkin
  • SO290: Development and Social Change in the Global South w/ Popkin

 

Category 2:

Language Requirement

Latin American Language (one unit). This minor requires upper-level Spanish or Portuguese. This would entail one 300-level course offered by the CC Spanish department in either Spanish or Portuguese; for an advanced Spanish or Portuguese course taken elsewhere, this would entail a minimum of one transfer credit, accepted by Colorado College.