Minor Coordinator: Leslie Marsh, World Languages and Cultures, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Interdisciplinary Minor in Latin American Studies
The specific requirements for an interdisciplinary minor in Latin American Studies are as follows:
- The minor course work must consist of 15 hours of classes with significant Latin American content with a GPA of 3.0.
- These courses must be selected from at least three different departments and may not be from the major department.
- Completion of credit for a Spanish or Portuguese language course sequence of at least four semesters or certification to a similar level by means of an examination administered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures.
The courses below will fulfill the specific requirements of the interdisciplinary minor in Latin American Studies.
- AH 4669 Pre-Columbian Art
- AH 4660 Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Art in Latin America
- AH 4665 Latin American Avant-Gardes of the 1920s
- AH 4669 Art in Latin America I: 1900-1950
- AH 4670 Art in Latin America II: 1950-2000
- AH 4900 Special Studies Seminar
- AH 4980 AH Special Problems in Art History
- GEOG 4406 Advanced Regional Geography
- AAS 3600/HIST 3600 The Caribbean World (Comparative Cuba, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Trinidad)
- HIST 3620 Atlantic World
- HIST 4745 Modern Cuba
- POLS 4250 Latin American Politics
- RELS 3200 Indigenous Religions of America
- SPAN 3311 Latin American Culture and Civilization (In Spanish)
- SPAN 3315 Survey of Latin American Literature (In Spanish)
- SPAN 3395/PSYC 4680 Study Abroad Program in Argentina- Human Rights in Argentina: From Dictatorship to Democracy (1976- Today)/ Special Topics in Psychology
- SPAN 4454 Latin American Short Novel (In Spanish)
- SPAN 4456 Latin American Short Story (In Spanish)
- SPAN 4467 Survey of Latin American and Latino Cinema
- SPAN 4468 Hispanic Caribbean Literature and Culture
- SPAN 4469 Afro-Hispanic Literature and Culture
- SPAN 4470 Special Topics in Latin American Literature (In Spanish)
- SPAN 4480 Special Topics
Other courses can also be considered, depending on the professor and content of the course. There are several Anthropology courses (ANTH prefix), for example, taught by faculty in the Department of Anthropology, who teach courses with significant Latin American content (see courses taught by Dr. Jeffrey Glover, Dr. Nicola Sharrat, Dr. Cassandra White, and Dr. Bethany Turner). Please consult with the program coordinator to determine if a course not listed above is appropriate for the minor.