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HIST 4422 - Modern Latin American History


Credit Hours: 3
Modern Latin American History is an introductory survey of Latin America from the early republican period through the twenty-first century. No prior knowledge of the region is required. The course will focus on a series of historical problems including: post-independence political, economic,and social reforms;the end of slavery and increased ethnic conflict;and the development of national identities. Furthermore, this class will provide an interpretive framework for understanding the historical changes taking place by examining institutions, political and economic systems, and cultural developments.

Prerequisite(s): HIST 2211 HIST 2212  OR HIST 2213  ; Sophomore Standing



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