Resistance and Dispossession Latin America in the 19th Century (HIST 277.3)

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Description

This course explores the history of Latin America from independence in the early 19th century to the end of WWI. It examines various sources of conflict: conflict between states as the borders of Latin American countries were defined; conflict over the nature of citizenship and rights as many countries ended slavery but sought to deny full rights to blacks and most sought to acculturate or eliminate indigenous cultures; and conflict over access to land and labour. The tumultuous 19th century set the stage for on-going struggle in contemporary Latin America.

Prerequisite(s)

3 credit units 100-Level HIST or permission of the department.

Note

Post-1815; Other Regions. Students with credit for HIST 271.6 may not take this course for credit.

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