Global Brazil

HISTORY 328

Analysis of Brazilian history and culture from 1500 to the present in transnational context, with an emphasis on themes like slavery and race, regional cleavages, authoritarian rule, social inequality, and innovative attempts to expand democracy. Facilitates broad-based knowledge of a country of increasing global economic and diplomatic clout. Close examination of primary sources, including texts, images, music, and film. Instructor: French

Crosslisting Numbers

AAAS 213; LATAM 328

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ, SS

Region

Global and Comparative, Latin America and the Caribbean