HIST 569 - Gender and Sexuality in Latin American History 001



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A Kali'na Hunter With a Woman Gatherer (Northern Coastal Areas of South America)

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  • ModLang 410



This course explores selected themes in Latin American history through gender as a category of historical analysis.  Students will examine histories of men, women, gender and sexuality in different countries and regions of the Americas.  Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth research paper on a topic approved by the instructor.

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