CLAS Launches its Spring 2022 Course list.

Besides the usual 101 Introduction to Latin American Studies CLAS is offering a new course on Mexico and Central America.  CLAS relies on the many departments in SAS to provide courses for its majors and minors.

Among the new or infrequent courses offered in spring:  

  • 070:339 Caribbean Archaeology (Prof. De Jong)
  • 195:295 Latino and Caribbean Cultural Studies (Prof. Garcia-Medina), cross-listed 01:595:295:01
  • 506:224 Slavery World History (Prof. Seijas)
  • 508:362 History of Mexico (Prof. Mendoza), cross-listed 595:312:02
  • 508:371 History of Puerto Rico (Prof. Lauria Santiago), cross-listed 595:371
  • 508:393 Global Diasporas in the Caribbean History (Prof. Burrowes)
  • 567:473 Contemporary Issues in Media Studies III: Media and Struggles for Democracy in Central America (Prof. Marchi).
  • 575:307 Latino Workers in the United States (Prof. Martino; additional online section with Prof. Lupo)
  • 575:321 Immigration Law/Rights (Prof. Cooney; additional online section with Prof. Naik) 
  • 595:203 Music of the Caribbean (Prof. Ramos)
  • 595:215 Research Methods in Latino & Caribbean Studies (Prof. Leon-Roosevelt)
  • 595:270 Introduction to Caribbean Literature (Prof. Stevens), cross-listed with 195:260:01
  • 595:281 Haiti and worlds history: The Forgotten Pearl (Prof. Marcellus)
  • 595:312:01 Poetics of Black Latinx Diaspora (Prof. Zamora)
  • 595:312:02 History of Mexico (Prof. Mendoza)
  • 595:371 History of Puerto Rico (Prof. Lauria Santiago), cross-listed 508:371
  • 617:490 Language and Social Justice in the Americas (Prof. Stephens)
  • 810:361 Brazil and the US: Comparative Approaches (Prof. Da Silva)
  • 940:332 Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean (Prof. Stevens)

For a full list of courses and the Schedule visit our course list page.