Director: Associate Professor G. Seri (Political Science)
Faculty: Professors W. Garcia, V. Martínez (Modern Languages), T. Meade (History); Associate Professors D. Mosquera (Modern Languages), T. Olsen (Music), L. Cox (Visual Arts); Assistant Professor R. Samet (Anthropology); Senior Lecturer M. Osuna (Modern Languages). Francophone Studies faculty: Associate Professors C. Batson, C. Ndiaye
This program offers a major, an interdepartmental major, and a minor in the study of the history, culture, language, and politics of the countries of the Latin American and Caribbean region. In addition, students may focus their study on the Atlantic world, on the interaction between the Americas and Africa, and on the experiences of people of Latin American descent in the United States. Latin American and Caribbean Studies courses are a part of the Common Curriculum (CC), fulfilling literature/ civilization, diversity, and writing requirements.
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Approved Courses
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