LLAS 3-Year Course Rotation
LLAS Course Schedules
This course is an overview of the history and politics of the people in the Caribbean and/or in the U.S. with ancestral or migratory ties to the Caribbean. It focuses on regional, class, gender and racial considerations shaping the lives of the inhabitants of this geographic region.
Despite the fact that two thirds of Latinos were born in the United States, they are persistently seen as immigrants. Why? And, how does this misconception impact Latinos and society in general? This course focuses on those questions and examines the changing realities of Latinos and immigration.
This course will focus on revolutions in modern Latin America, placing special emphasis on the Cold War and the movements that exist today.
Main Campus - LWH 3044
Summer 1A Study Abroad Tour: Peru or
SPAN 485 – Study Tour: Latin America