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HIST 3330
History of Latin America
Three semester hours.
Study of both the Colonial and National Periods of Latin America. Coverage on the earlier era will extend from the indigenous peoples to the Conquest and Colonial era. In the National Period, attention will be given to the transition to independence and accompanying issues, including relations with non-Hispanic powers, to the spread of industrialization late 1800s, to the rise of Populist leaders in the 20th Century, as well as recent trends.

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