Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018
HST 352 Resistance and Revolt in Latin America
4 hours; 4 credits
An examination of a range of revolts, revolutions, and reform movements in Latin America between the late-colonial period and the early twenty-first century. It also considers subtler, less easily classified forms of resistance, such as sabotage and work stoppage, and cultural examples of resistance. With each case we examine, the course considers the causes and consequences of the movement, broadly defined. For history majors and minors, this is designated a world history course.
Prerequisites: Any 200-level history course and ENG 151
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