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American Studies

FALL SEMESTER 1999

AMST 218 (AFAM 337, ENGL 337, WMST337), Selected Contemporary  American Afro-Caribbean.....
AMST 236 (ARHA 270), Art in North America to 1867
AMST 247 (HIST 233), United States Foreign Relations
AMST 263 (LAST 263), Culture and Identity in the Americas
AFAM 228, ENG 229, Sacred Monsters
AFAM 275, HIST 275, Sophomore Seminar: Comparative Slavery
LAST 226, SPAN 226, Spanish American Literature and Civilization*
LAST 235, COL 222, SPAN 261, WMST 237, Constructing the Female Subject: Gender and Culture in Hispanic Literature*
LAST 254, SPAN 254, Spanish American Short Story*
LAST 267, SPAN 267, Arguedas*
LAST 302, GOVT 302, Latin American Politics
SOC 264, The Sociology of the Capitalist World System

SPRING SEMESTER 2000

AMST 214, AFAM 251, LAST 264, MUSC 251, African Presences II: Music in the Americas
AMST 350, LAST 350, Latin America and the American Diaspora
AMST 360, FILM 315, Myth and Ideology at the Movies
LAST 226, SPAN 226, Spanish American Literature and Civilization*
LAST 241, SPAN 263, Exile and Immigration in Hispanic Literatures
LAST 245, HIST 245, Survey of Latin American History
LAST 247, SOC 252, Migration, Race and Ethnicity in the World Economy
LAST 261, FIST 265, COL 204, SPAN 264, Latin American Culture and Society in the Sixties:
The Last Utopia
LAST 268, SPAN 268, The Novel of the Mexican Revolution*
LAST 271, GOVT 271, EAST 271, Political Economy of Developing Countries
LAST 300, HIST 320, Power and Resistance in Latin America
LAST 309, GOVT 309, EAST 309, East Asian and Latin American Development
LAST 350, Latin America and the Latin American Diaspora

* Spanish proficiency required