Latin American Studies I, 30 credits

This course provides an overview of the Latin American countries' history and their economic, political and social structures. Specifically it is addressed how societies marked by inequality and instability emerged and evolved, how the citizenship idea formulated and applied practically, how economic production is organized, how the role of the state has changed and how Latin American intellectuals addressed the continent's social issues.

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