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PLT261 - Modern Latin America
Modern Latin America is a multidisciplinary course covering the 20th century politics, economics, societies and history of Latin America and the Caribbean. It focuses on issues and events that are crucial to understanding the development of the region and its relationship with the U.S. and the world. The course looks specifically at the historical roots of regional tensions, national economics and free trade issues, reform movements and revolutions, the impact of migration and urbanization, changing ethnic identities, the evolving role of women, religious upheaval, and cultural/artistic movements. (1.1-Articulated)
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