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HIST 3352
Latin American Historical Geography
Three semester hours. (FL-Even)
A survey of the changing cultural geography of Latin America including pre-Colombian landscapes, early European settlement, migration, and the evolving economic integration into the world economy. Geographical and environmental factors underlying twentieth-century agricultural and urban problems of Latin America are considered. Prerequisite: Six hours of History and/or Geography, or consent of instructor. (Cross-listed with GEOG 3352)

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