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ANTH-382 Race and Ethnicity in Latin America
Fall for 2014-2015
This course will explore the ways that “race” and ethnicity are expressed and contested socially and politically in contemporary Latin America, focusing on: the nature of race in various Latin American settings, the participation of ethnic minorities in the regional and national arenas, and the various discourses that they employ in their dialogue with the dominant society. The course will move across various disciplines, including anthropology, art history, and history. Taught entirely in English.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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ANTH-382-01 Race and Ethnicity in Latin America
Fall for 2014-2015
ANTH 382/SPAN 397: This course will
explore the ways that “race” and ethnicity are expressed and contested
socially and politically in contemporary Latin America, focusing on: the
nature of race in various Latin American settings, the participation of
ethnic minorities in the regional and national arenas, and the various
discourses that they employ in their dialogue with the dominant society.
The course will move across various disciplines, including anthropology,
art history, and history. Taught entirely in English. For undergrads only.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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