The Latino/Latin American Studies minor consists of 20 credits of interdisciplinary coursework. This study of the Americas is appropriate for all students, especially those majoring in History, Hispanic Studies, Political Science, Theology, and Global Business.
This series will focus on the long history of fight for civil rights in the United States.
Students who plan to attend all events may register for "LLAS 270: Readings in Latino/Latin American Studies." This can be taken for either one or zero credits, pass/fail. Requirements are: attend all events and write a short (3-4 pages) reflective essay. Registrants for LLAS 270 will receive 1 academic credit. Students may also choose to register for 0 credits which does not require an essay. Interested students should contact Dr. Brian Larkin, Director of the Latino/Latin American Studies program, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students should specify whether they wish to register for 1 or 0 credit.
For video links to previous guest lectures, go to: LLAS Digital Commons
History 121: Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas: From Indigenous Empires to Conquered Peoples
History 321: Mexico: From Aztecs to Independence
Hispanic Studies 336: Latin American Culture
Hispanic Studies 340: Latin America: Conquest and Colonization
Political Science 347: Latin American Politics
LLAS 270: Reading Circle
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