HSTLAC 185 in Autumn 2019: Race, Gender, & Class in Latin American and The Caribbean

HSTLAC 185: Race, Gender, & Class in Latin America and The Caribbean (SLN: 16193)

T/Th 1:30 – 3:20

5 credits

I&S, DIV (Please note that this course satisfies the Foundations category for the Diversity Minor)

The anti-immigration, racist violence(s) of today are one expression of the 500-year ongoing forms of conquest, colonization, and resistance in the Americas. This course explores both the logics that produced and sustains such structures of dominations, and the multiple alternative imaginations, challenges, and resistances to them.

For more information about this course, please see the course page here: https://history.washington.edu/courses/2019/autumn/hstlac/185/a.

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