HIST1400-01.Intro Latin American History.Sp14.Bjork,Katharine
Intro Latin American History
Academic Term and Year
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Area of Study
Goals: To understand the key developments in the histories of the European, African, Asian, and Amerindian peoples whose interactions created the history of the New World after 1492 and resulted in the emergence of independent nations between 1812 and 1898. Content: Various topics such as the nature and legacies of the colonial encounter, the importance of geography in national development, the economic foundations of different regions, and Latin American relations with other hemispheric and international powers. Taught: Annually Note: Topics and time periods covered vary from year to year. Recent examples: Latin American History: Pre-Columbian to Modern; History of Cuba and Puerto Rico; History of Mexico. Credits: 4 credits
Bjork, Katharine, "HIST1400-01.Intro Latin American History.Sp14.Bjork,Katharine" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 2791.