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HIST 3333

Central America and the Caribbean

Three semester hours.

The Caribbean Basin’s impact on early modern and modern globalization. Course takes a cultural as well as economic approach to topics such as slavery, European imperial rivalries, plantation economies, piracy, monoculture, and U.S. interventionism. Includes comparative perspective of the Hispanic, English, and French Atlantic Worlds.

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