Latin American and Iberian Studies


Courses in Latin American and Iberian Studies

Social Sciences (Group I)

ANTH 3311 Mexico: From Conquest to Cancún

ANTH 3313 South American Indians of the Past and Present

ANTH 3354 Latin America: Peoples, Places, and Power

ANTH 3376 Caribbean Transformations

HIST 2384 Latin America: The Colonial Period

HIST 2385 Latin America in the Modern Era

HIST 3308 Film History of U.S. Hispanics

HIST 3317 Women in Latin American Societies

HIST 3320 The Spanish Frontier in North America, 1513-1821

HIST 3321 The American Southwest

HIST 3324 The Mexican Americans, 1848 to the Present

HIST 3380 History of Latin America (Spain)

HIST 3380 Problems in Ibero-American History

HIST 3382 History of Mexico

HIST 4380 History of Spain to 1492

PLSC 3348 Government and Politics in Latin America

PLSC 3349 Politics of Major Latin American Countries

PLSC 4340 Special Studies in Comparative Government and Politics (Spain)

PLSC 4356 Latin American Political Economy

PLSC 4385 Inter-American Relations

PLSC 4391 NAFTA and Free Trade in the Americas

SOCI 3370 Minority-Dominant Relations

SOCI 3372 Chicanos in the Southwest


Humanities and Arts (Group II)

ANTH 3312 Mesoamerican Archaeology

ARHS 1308 Epic of Latin America

ARHS 1338 Chicano Art and the Politics of Place

ARHS 1350 Transoceanic Visions: The Arts and Cultures of the Portuguese Empire

ARHS 3324 Arts and Cultures of Medieval Spain

ARHS 3338 Baroque Art in Italy, Spain and the New World

ARHS 3339 El Greco to Goya: Painting in the Golden Age

ARHS 3344 Paintings at the Prado (Spain)

ARHS 3360 Modern Painters in Spain (Spain)

ARHS 3363 Topics in Brazilian Art and Architecture

ARHS 3376 Latin American Art

ARHS 3377 Art and Architecture of Hispanic New Mexico

ARHS 3379 Power and Spectacle: The Arts of Spain and New Spain

ARHS 3382 Arts of the Ancient Andean Tradition: Chavin to Inca

ARHS 3383 The Ancient Maya: Art and History

ARHS 3385 The Aztecs before and after the Conquest: Mesoamerica 1400-1600

ARHS 3391 Visual Culture in Colonial Mexico

ENGL 3363 Chicano/Chicana Literature

RELI 3353 Latino/a Religions

SPAN 3373/WL 3303 Topics in Spanish Civilization

SPAN 3374 Topics in Spanish American Civilization (also in Xalapa)

WL 3305 Latin American Literature in Translation

WL 3306 The Heart of Aztlan: Chicano Literature of the Southwest


Spanish Literature Courses (Group II)

SPAN 4391 Commercial Spanish for International Trade

SPAN 4395 Introduction to Hispanic Literature

SPAN 5310 Spanish Literature before 1700

SPAN 5311 Spanish Literature since 1700

SPAN 5315 Spanish American Literature to 1888

SPAN 5316 Spanish American Literature since 1888

SPAN 5317 Literature of Mexico

SPAN 5320 The Renaissance and Golden Age: Drama

SPAN 5321 The Renaissance and Golden Age: Prose Fiction

SPAN 5323 Nineteenth-Century Prose Fiction of Spain

SPAN 5324 Twentieth Century Poetry and Drama

SPAN5325 Twentieth- Century Peninsular Prose Fiction

SPAN 5334 The Novel of the Post-Civil War Period

SPAN 5335 Genre Studies in Spain

SPAN 5336 The Spanish American Novel (also Xalapa)

SPAN 5337 The Spanish-American Essay

SPAN 5338 The Spanish American Short Story (also Xalapa)

SPAN 5339 Spanish American Poetry

SPAN 5360 The Concept of Honor in Spanish Literature

SPAN 5361 Don Quixote: The Idea, the Character, the Book

SPAN 5364 Human Rights in Contemporary Spanish Literature

SPAN 5365 Contemporary Spanish Women Writers

SPAN 5370 Rewriting Discovery and Exploration in the Spanish Borderlands

SPAN 5375 Contemporary Fiction by Latin American Women Writers

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