Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies

Latin American and Iberian Studies

Graduate Courses Related to Latin America and the Carribean

Spring 2016

Following is a list of courses that may be of interest to graduate students interested in Latin America, Iberia and the Caribbean. Students are advised to confer with the professor to confirm that the course is appropriate to your academic objectives. For further information contact Tricia Connolly.

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LAST 223 01 (20843) /SPAN223:

Spanish in Film: An Introduction to the New Latin American Cinema, Staff, MW 1.00-2.15

LAST 225 01 (20845) /SPAN225:
Spanish for the Medical Professions, Staff, MW 9.00-10.15

LAST 262 01 (20855) /SPAN262:
Studies in Spanish Literature II, Noël Valis, MW 11.35-12.50

LAST 356 01 (22053) /ER&M270/HIST358J:
History of Mexico since Independence, Michael Reisman Lea Brilmayer, M 1.30-3.20

LAST 396 01 (21115) /LITR292/PORT396:
Modern Brazilian Literature in Translation, K. David Jackson, TTh 1.00-2.15

AFAM 060 01/ AMST 060 01/HIST 016 01:
Significance of American Slavery, Edward Rugemer MW 4.00-5.15

AFAM 160 01/ AMST 160 01/HIST 184 01:
Rise and Fall of Atlantic Slavery, Edward Rugemer TTH 1.30-2.20

AFAM 287 01 (21795) /FREN412/LITR250/AFST412:
Postcolonial Theory and Literature, Christopher Miller T 1.30-3.20

PLSC 148 01:
Human Rights Theory & Politics, David Simon TBA

PLSC 116 01:
Comparative Politics: States, Regimes, and Conflict, Adria Lawrence, TBA

EP&E 243 01 (21167) /GLBL336/LAST423/PLSC423:
Political Economy of Poverty Alleviation, Ana De La O, TBA

PLSC 128 01 (21123) /GLBL247:
Development under Fire, Jason Lyall, TBA

PLSC 312 01 (21145) /ER&M312:
Migration, Noncitizenship, and Justice, Staff, TBA

PLSC 383 01 (21154) /GLBL339:
Political Parties in the Developing World, Tariq Thachil, TBA

PLSC 714 01:
Corruption, Economic Development, and Democracy, Susan Rose-Ackerman, TBA

AMST 623 01 /CPLT622:
Working group on Globalization and Culture, Michael Denning M 1.30-3.20

AMST 284 01/ER&M217:
Introduction to Latino/a Studies, Albert Laguna, MW 1.00-2.15

AMST 633 01:
Readings in Latina/o Studies, Albert Laguna, W 3.30-5.20

AMST 441 01/ER&M370/HIST130J:
Indians and the Spanish Borderlands, Ned Blackhawk,T 4.00-5.50

ANTH 561 01:
Anthropology of the Global Economy for Development and Conservation, Carol Carpenter, Th 9.30-12.20

ANTH 473 01 (20799) /ARCG473/EVST473:
Abrupt Climate Change and Societal Collapse, Harvey Weiss, Th 3.30-5.20

ANTH 572 01:
Disaster, Degradation, Dystopia: Social Science Approaches to Environmental Perturbation and Change, Michael Dove, TBA

ANTH 255 01 (20762) /LAST255/ARCG255:
Inca Culture and Society, Richard Burger, TTh 2.30-3.45

ANTH 294 01 (20768) /ARCG294:
The Ancient Maya, Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos, TTh 1.00-2.15

ANTH 171 01 (20755) /ARCG171:
Great Civilizations of the Ancient World, Thomas Fenn, MWF 10.30-11.20

ECON 462 01 (21282) /LAST410/EP&E228/GLBL316:
The Economics of Human Capital in Latin America, Douglas McKee, W 1.30-3.20

ECON 467 01 (21286) /GLBL307:
Economic Evolution of the Latin American and Caribbean Countries, Ernesto Zedillo, M 1.30-3.20

EP&E 267 01 (20968) /WGSS314/SOCY216:
Social Movements, Ron Eyerman W 1.30-3.20