AMS 230 - Early Latin American History

Description
This survey course on Early Latin America, from the intitial encounter to Independence, assesses the impact of contact, conquest, and colonization on pre-contract peoples, the introduction of non-Indigenous populations, and the evolution of political, economic, cultural, and religious institutions. specific topics include rural and urban communities, accommodation and resistance patterns, as well as race, class, gender, and kinship.
Credits
3
Attributes
Non-Western History Elective, UG Core:Oral Communication
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
Th, M
Avg. Class Size
5
Avg. Sections
1