ANTH 105 - (BH) Latin American CulturesSemester Hours: 3
Every other year
The course focuses on the relations between Latin American cultural
expression and the social realities of Mexico, Central America and the
Caribbean by exploring the indigenous, European (Iberian), and African
origins of Latin American societies. Themes include: the history of
European colonization of the Americas; race and class relations in
Latin America; traditional and modern forms of cultural expression in
the arts, literature, and film and their relation to Latin American
(Formerly Peoples and Cultures of Latin America.)
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