POLI 376W Latin American Revolutions (1)
This class will examine the meanings and legacies of revolution in Latin America in the mid-twentieth century. The course seeks to understand debates over nationalism and imperialism; the importance of race, class and gender in political change, and the role of violence, memory, and forgetting in state formations. This course examines selected 20th-century Latin American revolutions. Historical and comparative approaches to the causes and outcomes of revolution are used. Not open to freshmen.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing-centered
- Prerequisite: Any POLI 218, any 300-level Politics course, or instructor consent; not open to freshmen.
- Offering: Alternate years
- Instructor: Ybarra