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HIST-551 Latin American Origins and Transformations
Fall for 2014-2015
Faculty:
  • Langer, Erick
  • This course examines the origins of the nation-state in Latin America and how elites and subalterns participated in the shaping of modern states in the region. It provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on the problem, through readings by historians, political scientists, and anthropologists. Usually taught in conjunction with LASP 501, for Master's-level students of the Latin American Studies program.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None

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    Fall '14: Langer, E (file download)
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