AFRS 3270 - Afro-Latin American History
Credit Hours: (3)
This course explores the African Diaspora in Latin America ranging from the Caribbean Sea to the Rio de la Plata. From slavery, to fighting for freedom in the Spanish-American Wars of Independence, to forging new notions of citizenship in twentieth century Brazil, African-descended peoples have an important place in Latin America’s historical past. According special attention to regions with concentrated populations of African-descended peoples, this course reveals the vibrant history of Afro-Latin America.
Cross-listed as: LTAM 3270 and HIST 3181 .
Other Requirements Satisfied: General Education - Writing in the Disciplines (W)
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