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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Latin American Studies 590 Courses  

Courses

01:590:101Latin America: A Brief Introduction (1.5) Introduction to the construct called Latin America: geography, peoples and groups, cultures, history, languages, music, art, and literature. Focus may vary, according to instructor interest.
01:590:201Introduction to Latin American Civilization and Culture (3) Survey of Latin American culture from the colonial period to the present day. Consideration of chronicles of the Indies, documents on independence and nation formation, and canonical texts of modern literature and thought.
01:590:367The Afro Latin American Experience (3) Examines profound impact of African diaspora on Latin American societies where persons of African descent represent significant minorities and numerical majorities. Explores how Afro-Latin Americans remember the past and experience the present. Credit not given for both this course and 01:508:367.
01:590:393Architecture and Society in Latin America (3) Architecture in Latin America after the Conquest; emphasis on urban development from the Laws of the Indies to Brasilia in social and historical contexts. Prerequisites: 01:082:105,106 or 276 or 391, 392 or permission of instructor. Credit not given for both this course and 01:082: 393.
01:590:401,402Seminar in Latin American Studies (3,3) Correlation of studies through analysis of particular problems or periods in Latin American civilization. Reading, reports, discussions. Credit not given for both these courses and 01:940: 403,404.
01:590:410African-Brazilian History (3) Overview of history of largest African diaspora community in the world. Encourages critical analysis of major issues in African-Atlantic diaspora studies. Principal scholarship supplemented with selected readings in literature, oral history, African-Brazilian movement documents, and iconography. Credit not given for both this course and 01:014:410.
01:590:460Race, Class, and Ethnicity in Latin America (3) Investigation of racioethnic conflicts and racial formation and renegotiation in Latin America through literary and nonliterary sources. Consideration of class, racism, miscegenation, marginalization, and ethnonym. Prerequisite: One term of 01:940:300-level of Spanish literature or permission of department. Credit not given for both this course and 01:940:460.
01:590:497,498Honors in Latin American Studies (BA,BA) Preparation for comprehensive examination in Latin American studies and research paper prepared under direction of honors committee. Prerequisites: 01:940:394 or equivalent, and permission of Latin American Studies Program Committee. Open only to seniors.
01:590:499Readings in Latin American Studies (3) Independent readings under faculty supervision. Project must be one not already treated in a formal course. Prerequisites: Permission of Latin American Studies Program Committee and instructor. May not be taken for more than one term.
 
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