2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin

HIS 261 Revolution and Social Change inContemporary Latin America

3 hours 

Analysis of political and socioeconomic development, emphasizing major approaches to social change in the 20th century. Topics covered are class structures, demographic patterns, economic dependence, democratic liberal reform, neoimperialism, the Mexican Revolution, the Cuban Revolution and new trends of the last decade. A comparative, inter-American perspective, drawing on other relevant disciplines, is used.



Cross Listed Courses

LLS 261


ENG 101, and sophomore standing or above or permission of the section instructor