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Current LASC Courses

Spring 2015

LASC COURSES

Issues in Latin American Studies II (LASC235)

Latin America Since Independence (HIST251)

Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (LASC448E/HIST429E)

Latin American and Caribbean Thought (LASC448I)

Amazon Through Film (LASC448Q/ANTH469D)

Senior Capstone Course in Latin American Studies (LASC458)

ELECTIVE COURSES

Undergraduate Courses

American Studies

Latina/o Sexualities: Borders, Migration, and Citizenship (AMST328A/USLT498F)

Latinas/os on the Silver Screen (AMST498G/USLT498A)

Indigenous Thought in the Americas (AMST498K)

Anthropology

Ethnology of Immigrant Life (ANTH492)

Art History

Art and Society in the Ancient American World (ARTH250)

Modern Latin American Art to 1945 (ARTH372)

20th Century Latin American Art: Exhibition Practicum at The Art Gallery (ARTH448L)

Comparative Literature

English

Recovering Oral Histories: Caribbean and Latin American Communities in the USA and Britain (ENGL261/361)

Caribbean Literature in English (ENGL362)

Film Studies

Brazilian Cinema (FILM332/PORT332)

Geography

Migration: Latin America and the United States (GEOG413)

History

Colonial Encounters: Natives, Spaniards, and Africans in the New World (HIST417)

Portuguese

Geo-textualities in Contemporary Latin American Fiction (PORT228L/SPAN228L/SLLC299L)

Spanish

Approaches to Cultural Materials in the Hispanic World (SPAN303)

Latin American Literatures and Cultures II: From Independence to Nation Formation (SPAN362)

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

Representations of Childhood and Youth in Latin American Literature and Film (SPAN408T)

The Hispanic Caribbean (SPAN450)

US Latino Studies

US Latina/o Studies II: A Contemporary Overview 1960's to present (USLT202)

Graduate Courses

Spanish

Open Seminar; Borges (SPAN798W)

Open Seminar; US Latina/o Diasporas (SPAN798Z)


 

 

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