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Modern Latin America

Emphasizes the historical developments which followed political independence in 1810. It centers around the impact of Iberian colonization on contemporary forms of political, social, and economic organization in both Meso- and South America. Themes such as development, social inequality, racial identities, imperialism, and authoritarianism surface frequently as the course moves into the contemporary period.

Credit Hours:
Course Number:
HIST 351
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