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Latin American Studies

Applicable for the 2020-2021 academic year.

ADLER, WOOD, GUERRA, MARINESCU

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. Students are encouraged to contact the faculty advisers regarding updates to the course listings 

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.

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