Courses

Fall 2014

  • Professor Maria J. Bustos Fernandez
    • MCLL 100/ ANTY 100 Introduction to Latin American Studies (MWF 11:10-12:00)
    • SPNS 432 Latin American Literature (MWF 2:10-300)
  • Professor Clary Loisel
    • SPNS 331 Introduction to Latin American Literature (TR 11:10-12:00)
    • MCLG 315 Major Hispanic Authors (TR 2:10-3:30)
    • Study Abroad Orientation Oaxaca
  • Professor Gillian Gleas
    • HSTR 231 Modern Latin America (TR 9:40-11:00)
  • Professor Paul Haber
    • PCSI 325 Politics of Latin America (TR 2:10-3:30)
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 Spring 2014

  • Professor Maria J. Bustos Fernadnez
    • Study Abroad Buenos Aires and Northern Patagonia
  • Professor Eduardo Chirinos
    • SPNS 494 Poesia y Silencio (TR 12:40-2:00)
  • Professor Clary Loisel
    • SPNS 331 Contemporary Latin American Literature (TR 11:00-12:00)
    • SPNS 434 Counsciousness Raising via Global Issues in Contemporary Spanish-American Theatre (TR 9:30 - 11:00)
  • Professor Jody Pavilack
    • HSTR 231 Modern Latin America (TR 11:00-12:30)
    • HSTR 585 Graduate Readins in Latin American History
  • Professor Paul Haber
    • PSCI 521 Globalization (W 9:40-12:00)
  • Professor Stan Rose
    • MCLG 358 Latin American Civilzation Through Literature and Film (TR 9:40-12:00)
  • Professor John Douglass
    • Archaeology Field School in Belize: Excavation of Mayan Ceremonial Center Cahal Pech Wintersession.

Fall 2013

  • Professor Maria J. Bustos Fernandez
    • MCLG 100H/ANTY 103H Intro to Latin American Studies (TR 11:10-12:40, TBA)
    • SPNS 291 Argentina Study Abroad (T 11:10-12:40, TBA)
  • Professor Eduardo Chirinos
    • SPNS 494 Latin American Poetry (TR 9:40 - 11:00, LA 140)
  • Professor Paul Haber
    • PSCI 325 Politics of Latin America (TBA, TBA)
  • Professor Clary S. Loisel
    • SPNS 331 Contemporary Latin American Literature (MW 2:10-4:30, TBA)
    • MCLG 191 Race, Class, Gender, And Sexuality in Comtemporary Latin American Film and Literature (MW 2:10-4:30, TBA)
  • Professor Jody Pavilack
    • HSTR 230H Colonial Latin America (TR 11:10-12:30, TBA)
    • HSTR 437 U.S. - Latin American Realtions History Research Seminar (W 1:10-4:10, TBA)
  • Professor Daniel Spencer
    • EVST 494 Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development: Views from Nicaracua International Travel Seminar in Nicaragua. May 27th - June 12th, 2014

        Spanish Language Courses

        Spring 2014

  • Various Instructors and Sections

    • SPNS 102 Elementary Spanish II
  • Various Instructors and Sections
    • SPNS  201 Intermediate Spanish II
  • Professor Maria Bustos - Fernandez
    • Study Abroad in Argentina: Buenos Aires and Northern Patagonia
  • Professor Eduardo Chirinos
    • SPNS 494 Poesia y Silencio (TR 12:40-2:00, LA 207)
  • Professor Manolita Connor
    • SPNS 321 Adanced Conversation (MWF 1:12-2:00, LA 307)
  • Professor Clary Loisel
    • SPNS 331 Comtemporary Latin American Literature (TR 11:10-12:30, LA 334)
    • SPNS 432 Couscioussness Raising via Global Issues in Contemporary Spanish-American Theatre (TR 9:40-11:00, LA 207)
  • Professor Jannine Montauban
    • SPNS 326 Contemporary Spanish Literature (MWF 11:10-12:00, LA 334)
  • Professor Kelly Noe
    • SPNS 301 Oral and Written Expression (MWF 1:10-2:00, LA 207)
  • Professor Michael Olsen
    • SPNS 391 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (MWF 1:10-2:00, GBB 202)
    • SPNS 408 Advanced Composition and Conversation (MWF 9:10-10:00, LA 334)
  • Professor Stanly Rose
    • SPNS 201 Intermediate Spanish I (MTRF 12:10-1:00, LA 342)
    • SPNS 306 Commercial Spanish (MWF 2:10-3:00, LA 207)

 Requirements for the Minor


To earn a minor in Latin American studies a student must:
1. Complete a minimum of 18 semester credits in approved Latin American studies courses (all courses listed below in addition to special offerings) in at least three different disciplines. One of these courses must be MCLG 100H, Introduction to Latin American Studies.
2. Complete SPNS 101 through 201 (SPAN 101 through 201), or equivalent.
Note: Participation in a study abroad program is highly recommended.

Latin American Studies Core Curriculum:

 

  • MCLG 100H Introduction to Latin American Studies 3 cr.
  • MCLG/LS 358 Latin American Civilization through Literature and Film 3 cr. or SPAN 359 Spanish American Civilization through Literature and Film 3 cr.
  • SPNS 331 (SPAN 312L) Introduction to Latin American Literature 3 cr.
  • SPNS 432 (SPAN 450L) Latin American Literature 3 cr. (R–6)
  • SPNS 494 (SPAN 494) Seminar Variable cr. (R–12) (when topic is related to Latin American literature such as Latin American drama, poetry, novel, short story, Argentinian literature, 19th Century Latin American Literature)
  • HSTR 230H (HIST 286H) Colonial Latin America 3 cr.
  • HSTR 231X (HIST 287H) Modern Latin America 3 cr.
  • HSTR 334 (HIST 385) Latin America: Reform and Revolution 3 cr.
  • HSTR 435 (HIST 485) Latin America: Memories of Politics and Politics of Memory 3 cr.
  • HSTR 436 (HIST 486) Latin America: Workers and Labor History 3 cr.
  • PSCI 325 (PSC 325) Politics of Latin America 3 cr.
  • PSCI 327 (PSC 327) Politics of Mexico 3 cr.
  • PSCI 432 (PSC 430) Inter–American Relations 3 cr.
  • PSCI 463 (PSC 463S) Development Administration (when offered during summer session in Mexico)
  • ARTH 433H/NASX 833H Art of the Ancient Americas 3 cr.
  • ARTH 434/NAS 368 Latin American Art 3 cr.
  • ART 451 Seminar in Art History and Criticism 3 cr. (when topic refers to Latin America)
  • SW 323 Women and Social Action in the Americas 3 cr.
  • ANTH 354 Mesoamerican Prehistory 3 cr.
  • EVST 410 Environmental Justice in Latin America (credits variable)
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