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Graduate Courses Related to Latin America and the Carribean

Fall 2013

Following is a list of courses that may be of interest to graduate students interested in Latin America, Iberia and the Caribbean. Students are advised to confer with the professor to confirm that the course is appropriate to your academic objectives. For further information contact Jean Silk, CLAIS Program Manager, at

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AFAM 728


Robert Thompson

AFAM 745

BlckAtlntcVisualArts since1980 

Kobena Mercer

AFAM 788

Hemispheric Americas 

Dixa Ramirez

AFAM 801

Slavery in the Atlantic World 

Stuart Schwartz; Marcela Echeverri

AFST 782

TowardHist Black Atlantic Arch 

Robert Thompson

AMST 441


Ned Blackhawk

AMST 717


Jenifer Van Vleck

AMST 741

Indians and Empires 

Ned Blackhawk

AMST 847

Hemispheric Americas 

Dixa Ramirez

AMST 870


Alicia Camacho

ANTH 773

ClimateChnge&Societal Collapse 

Harvey Weiss

CPLT 913

RadicalCinemas of LatinAmerica

Moira Fradinger

F&ES 760

Conservation in Practice: An Intn'l Perspective 

Amy Vedder

F&ES 845

Energy Issues in Developing Countries 

Robert Bailis

F&ES 899

Sustainable Dev in Post-Disaster Context: Haiti 

Gordon Geballe

GLBL 531

Human Rights in Latin America: A Response to State Repression 

Michael Reed Hurtado

HIST 815

Slavery in the Atlantic World 

Marcela Echeverri Munoz

HIST 820

Problems in Modern Mexican History

Gilbert Joseph

HIST 831

The African Diaspora

A. Eller, D. Magaziner

PLSC 922

Order, Conflict & Violence

Elizabeth Wood

SPAN 503

Castilian Poetic Works 13&14C 

Kevin Poole

SPAN 504

Spanish for Reading 

Maria Pilar Asensio-Manrique

SPAN 748


Noël Valis

SPAN 790


Ame Cividanes

SPAN 903


K. David Jackson

SPAN 912

The Borges Effect 

Roberto González Echevarría


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