Examines the political and social changes in Latin America as a result of the nineteenth and twentieth century reform and revolutionary movements, including the Unidad Popular government in Chile under Salvador Allende and its overthrow by General Pinochet and the subsequent dictatorial rule. The effect of the 1959 Cuban Revolution on Latin America; the revolutionary uprisings in Central America, in Chiapas, Mexico, and against the military government of Argentina form other key areas of examination. The course places special emphasis on the intersection of gender, race and class conflicts and movements, with particular attention to the role of emerging feminist movements.
Location & Meeting Time
Synchronous Online-ONLI M/W/F 12:20PM-01:25PM LEC