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SOANĀ 237: Forging a Latin American Culture

This course explores the forces that shape contemporary Latin American society, including material and cultural interactions with Europe, Africa, and the U.S. Emphasis is placed on understanding the formation of the region in terms of the responses of key groups of actors (indigenous peoples, women, peasants, workers, the poor, migrants, revolutionaries) to the actions of outside and/or more powerful forces and institutions (foreign invaders, the state, the military, missionaries, multinational corporations). Offered annually in the fall or spring semester. Counts toward Latin American studies major and concentration and management studies concentration.

Latin American Studies

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...Ethnic Studies OR SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture SOAN 237 Forging a...

Linguistic Studies

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...Psychology of Hearing PSYCH 237 Cognitive Psychology PSYCH...Research in Auditory Cognition) SOAN 234 Native North...

Management Studies

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...Press SOAN 236 The Arab World SOAN 237 Forging a Latin American Culture SOAN 260...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Practice SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN...History of Jazz MUSIC 237 World Music MUSIC...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Ethics SOAN 235 Introduction to Islamic Feminisms SOAN...20th-Century Russia HIST 237 Gender in Medieval...