• LTAM 110: Portuguese for Spanish Speakers

    This fast-paced introductory Portuguese language course focuses on developing communication skills and emphasizes speaking, reading, and writing. Previous knowledge of Spanish is assumed in presentation of grammar and vocabulary. Prerequisites: Spanish 204 or instructor permission 3 credits; Does not fulfill a curricular exploration requirement; not offered 2020–2021
  • LTAM 250: Indigeneity and Power in the Andes: Land, Labor, Knowledge

    In this course, we will read, discuss, and engage with recent scholarship on colonialism, indigenous and communitarian feminism, and some of the issues and movements of indigenous peoples in the Andean region. We will examine the colonial and twentieth-century origins of the movements for indigenous rights in the Andes and seek an understanding of the varied meanings of indigeneity across time. We will emphasize the comparative study of Indigenous-State relations across the Andean countries, and highlight the role of indigenous women and other gender identities for the development of native agendas for autonomy and sovereign rights. Our primary materials will mainly focus on literature and visual arts authored by indigenous artists. Other readings will draw from scholarship in history, anthropology, and Indigenous Studies. This course will be taught in English.

    6 credits; Humanistic Inquiry, International Studies; offered Spring 2021 · Walther Maradiegue
  • LTAM 300: Issues in Latin American Studies

    This is an advanced multidisciplinary research seminar on contemporary Latin America. New forms of political populism, indigenous understanding of the relationship between human and non-human forms of being, transformative urbanistic solutions at work in its largest cities, the political economy of migration, and vibrant cultures of protest, will be among our topics of study. Ideal for students going to or returning from study abroad in Latin America. Required course for minors and majors in Latin American Studies.

    Prerequisites: Latin American Studies gateway course 6 credits; Social Inquiry, International Studies; offered Fall 2020 · Silvia López
  • LTAM 398: Latin American Forum

    This colloquium will explore specific issues or works in Latin American Studies through discussion of a common reading, public presentation, project, and/or performance that constitute the annual Latin American Forum. Students will be required to attend two meetings during the term to discuss the common reading or other material and must attend, without exception. All events of the Forum which take place during fourth week of spring term (on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning). A short integrative essay or report will be required at the end of the term. Intended as capstone for the Latin American Studies minor.

    2 credits; Humanistic Inquiry, International Studies; not offered 2020–2021
  • LTAM 400: Integrative Exercise

    Satisfactory completion of the major includes the writing of a thesis which attempts to integrate at least two of the various disciplines studied. A proposal must be submitted for approval early in the fall term of the senior year. The thesis in its final form is due no later than the end of the first week of spring term. An oral defense of the thesis is required. 1 credit; S/NC; offered Fall 2020, Winter 2021 · Yansi Pérez

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