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Course ID:LACS 4300/6300. 3 hours.
Course Title:Critical Concepts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
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Description:
Covers a range of theories and perspectives instrumental to Latin American and Caribbean Studies across disciplines and over time. Examples include dependency theory, liberation theology, subaltern studies, the decolonial turn, indigenous epistemologies, and Latin American feminisms. Concepts addressed may include colonialism, imperialism, coloniality, criollismo, indigenismo, mestizaje, hybridity, testimonio, and lo popular.
Athena Title:Critical Concepts in LACS
Prerequisite:LACS 1000 or LACS 1000H or LACS 2002 or permission of department
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Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
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