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Black Studies > Course Descriptions

BLK232 Contemporary Afro-Latin American Civilization Since 1825

A survey of Afro-Latin American communities since Emancipation and the rise of national racial philosophies after the 1850's in Peru, Argentina, Colombia, and Venezuela. Black participation in politics, literary circles, and labor groups will also be examined.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • Liberal Arts

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