HSTR 276

Modern Latin America

Units: 1.5

Hours: 3-0-0

Formerly: HIST 271

Considers how Latin Americans have struggled to create stable polities since the Wars of Independence of the early 19th century. Explores anticlericalism, banditry, antislavery, racism and the assault on communal institutions, as well as the influence of key Latin American artists such as Frida Kahlo, revolutionaries such as Emiliano Zapata and "Pancho" Villa, guerrillas such as Fidel Castro and "Che" Guevara and populists such as Getulio Vargas and Eva Perón.

Note:

  • Credit will be granted for only one of HSTR 276, HIST 265 (if taken in the same topic), HIST 271.

Undergraduate course in History offered by the Department of History in the Faculty of Humanities.

Schedules:
Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019

Summer timetable available: February 15. Fall and Spring timetables available: May 15.

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