Courses 2014-2015

Latin American Studies Courses

2014-2015

 

Fall Semester Interim Spring Semester
SPAN 270, Spain’s Cultural and Linguistic Legacy, Broner.  Note:  counts toward LAS concentration only with instructor’s permission. SOAN 237, Latin American Culture,Chiappari, TTH 11:45-1:10

FLAC Component

HIST 243, Twentieth-Century Cuba,DeLaney SPAN 272, Cultural Heritage of Latin America, Strichartz, TTH 11:45
ECON 243A, Economic Development, Binder, T 11:45 / Th 12:45 SPAN 250A, Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World,Carullo, T 11:45 / Th 12:45
ECON 243B, Economic Development, Binder, T 1:20 / Th 2:15 SPAN 250B, Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World,O’Conner, T 1:20 / Th 2:15
PoliSci 252A, Politics & DevelopmentThalhammer, MWF 8:00 HIST 126, Conquest & Colonization,DeLaney, T 9:35 / Th 9:30

Note: Open to first-years only

PoliSci 252B, Politics & DevelopmentThalhammer, MWF 9:05 HIST 242, Modern Latin America,DeLaney, MWF 2:00

FLAC Component

PoliSci 257, US-LA Relations, Thalhammer, MWF 12:55 LAMST 333, Contemporary Issues in Latin America, DeLaney, T 1:20 / Th 2:15
SPAN 271, Cultural Heritage of Spain, Narváez, MWF 9:05Note:  Does not count toward LAS concentration
SPAN 273, Cultural Heritage of the Hispanic U.S., Strichartz, T 1:20 / Th 2:15
SPAN 250A, Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World,O’Conner, T 9:35 / Th 9:30
SPAN 250B, Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World,Medina, T 11:45 / Th 12:45
SPAN 250C, Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World,Cropsey, T 1:20 / Th 2:15
HIST 245, Environmental History of Latin America, DeLaney, T 9:35 / Th 9:30
HIST 126, Conquest & Colonization,DeLaney, T 1:20 / Th 2:15

Note: Open to first-years only