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Current LASC Courses

Fall 2014

LASC COURSES

LASC234 (SPAN234 / PORT234)
Issues in Latin American Studies I

LASC248I (PORT228I)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Amazonia

LASC248N (CMLT285)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; American Indians in Literature and Film: Perspectives North and South

LASC348L (HIST329L)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; Recent History of Latin America: Leftist Revolutions, Dictatorships and the Transition to Democracy 1960s-2010

LASC448F (ANTH468J)
Race and Ethnicity in Brazil

LASC448J (RELS419J)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; Aztec Culture: Human Sacrifice and Conquest

LASC448P (HIST429P)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; Oral Narratives in Latin America: Approaches to Latin America from the Cold War to the Present

LASC448Q (ANTH468D)
Special Topics in Latin American Studies; Amazon through Film

LASC458
Senior Capstone Course in Latin American Studies

ELECTIVE COURSES

Undergraduate Courses

AASP498O
Special Topics in Black Culture; African American and Latino Social, Cultural and Political Relations: 1940 to Present

AMST328A
Perspectives on Identity and Culture; Latina/o Sexualities: Borders, Migration, and Citizenship

AMST498G (USLT498A)
Special Topics in American Studies; Latinas/os on the Silver Screen

AMST498M (USLT498B)
Special Topics in American Studies; Latinas/os and U.S. Popular Culture

ANTH264
Anthropology and Immigration

ARTH255
Art and Society in the Modern American World

ARTH370
Latin American Art and Archaeology before 1500

CMLT235 (ENGL235)
Black Diaspora Literature and Culture

CMLT277 (ENGL278L)
Literatures of the Americas

CMLT498F (ENGL468F/FILM429F)
Selected Topics in Comparative Studies; The Americas in Film

ENGL358C (AMST328M/USLT498Y)
Special Topics in US Latina/o Literature; The Politics of Chicano Literature

ENGL362 (AASP398J)
Caribbean Literature in English

ENGL448A
Literature by Women of Color; Caribbean Literature by Women

GEOG130
Developing Countries

GEOG313
Latin America

GVPT482
Government and Politics of Latin America

HIST208B
Historical Research and Methods Seminar; Latin American Revolutions

HIST250
Colonial Latin America

HIST328A
Selected Topics in History; "Forging the Tortilla Curtain": US-Mexican Borderlands History

HIST408Q
Senior Seminar; Cultures of the Cuban Revolution

SPAN303
Approaches to Cultural Materials in the Hispanic World

SPAN315
Commercial Spanish I

SPAN316
Practicum in Translation I

SPAN361
Latin American Literatures and Cultures I: From Pre-Columbian to Colonial Times

SPAN363
Latin American Literatures and Cultures III: From Modernism to Neo-Liberalism

SPAN408L
Great Themes of the Hispanic Literatures; Latina/o Communities and Language Struggles

SPAN408M
Great Themes of the Hispanic Literatures; Latin American Short Story

USLT201
US Latina/o Studies I: An Historical Overview to the 1960s

USLT498F
US Latina/o Studies: Special Topics; Latina/o Sexualities: Borders, Migration, and Citizenship

Graduate Courses

ARTH668A
Studies in Latin American Art and Archaeology; Aesthetics of Exile: Borderlands, Diaspora, Migration

ANTH688O (THET614)
Current Developments in Anthropology; Ethnography and Performance

SPAN611
Current Trends in Hispanic Applied Linguistics

SPAN798Q
Open Seminar; Latin America XIX Century

 

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