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SPAN 472 - Topics in Latin American Society

(3.00)
A seminar on a selected topic in Latin-American society. Past offerings include social movements, human rights, indigenous populations, globalization, immigration and transnational families, gender relations, women in politics, contemporary Mexico, and the Latin diaspora in the U.S. Topics will be announced each semester offered. Consult schedule of classes for full description of specific topics. Notes: May be repeated for up to nine credits as topics change.

Course ID: 57025
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Topics: Chicano/Chicana History, 100 Yrs Cont Mexican His, Cultura Caribena Hispan, Human Rights Latin Amer, Latin Amer Women In Pol, Cont Latn Amer Soc Mov, Mexico To Beijing, Mexican Women 20Th Cent, Top Lat Am Civ:Lang Inst, Topics In Latin Amer Civ, Women & Poli In Latn Am, Topics Latn Amer Civ, Women & Latin Am Politic, Social Movement Latin Am, America Indigena, Women & Poli Latin Amer, Indigenous Latin America, Top:Chrncles Of Conquest, Women & Politics, Transnational Family, Challenges Andean Region, America Indigena, Top:U.S. & Nicaragua, Top:Lat Am Nationality, Gender Rela Latin Amer, Mexico In The 20Th Cent, Globalizacion Latn Amer, Gender/Econ Global Mex, Gender/Econ Global, Latino Immigrants in the US, Intercultural Latin America, La mujer mexicana en contexto, Socio-Environmental Conflicts, Inmigración latina
Attributes: Language (GFR)
Requirement Group: You must have completed SPAN 302  or SPAN 305 , in addition you must have completed SPAN 308  and one other 300 or 400-level SPAN course all with a grade of C or better.



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