Latin american latino and iberian peoples and cultures degrees - results 1-7 of 7

  1. Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and Cultures

    Haverford College - Haverford, PA

    • BA

    Latin American, Latino and Iberian peoples, histories, and cultures have represented both central agents and crucibles of transformations across the entire world for millennia. Global histories and local experiences of colonization, migration, exchange, and revolution allow students and faculty to construct a critical framework of analysis and to explore these dynamic

  2. Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and Cultures

    Haverford College - Haverford, PA

    • Bachelor's

    Latin American, Latino and Iberian peoples, histories, and cultures have represented both central agents and crucibles of transformations across the entire world for millennia. Global histories and local experiences of colonization, migration, exchange, and revolution allow students and faculty to construct a critical framework of analysis and to explore these dynamic

  3. Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and Cultures

    Bryn Mawr College - Bryn Mawr, PA

    • BA

    Latin American, Latino and Iberian peoples, histories, and cultures have represented both central agents and crucibles of transformations across the entire world for millennia. Global histories and local experiences of colonization, migration, exchange, and revolution allow students and faculty to construct a critical framework of analysis and to explore these dynamic

  4. Latin-American Studies

    Bryn Mawr College - Bryn Mawr, PA

    • BA

    Latin American, Latino and Iberian peoples, histories, and cultures have represented both central agents and crucibles of transformations across the entire world for millennia. Global histories and local experiences of colonization, migration, exchange, and revolution allow students and faculty to construct a critical framework of analysis and to explore these dynamic

  5. Spanish

    Bryn Mawr College - Bryn Mawr, PA

    • BA

    i.e., economics, anthropology, history, sociology, and history of art) in offering an interdisciplinary program of study in Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Peoples and Cultures (LALIPC). This program extends the examination of society and culture into areas other than literature and is open not only to students of Spanish but to those in all the cooperating departments. Some

  6. Spanish B.A.

    California State University-Monterey Bay - Seaside, CA

    • BA

    Spanish, the course studies Spanish American writers of the 20th century by emphasizing short stories and novels from the last 50 years. Uses literary texts to gain an understanding of Latino cultures, societies, and values. (Offered every fourth semester.) Units: 4 Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Registration Restrictions: SPAN 427: Latin Amer Women Writers Description Taught in Spanish, the course

  7. B.A. in Spanish

    California State University-Monterey Bay - Seaside, CA

    • BA

    Spanish, the course studies Spanish American writers of the 20th century by emphasizing short stories and novels from the last 50 years. Uses literary texts to gain an understanding of Latino cultures, societies, and values. (Offered every fourth semester.) Units: 4 Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Registration Restrictions: SPAN 427: Latin Amer Women Writers Description Taught in Spanish, the course

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