Charles Hoyack

About Charles Hoyack

I am a first year MA student specializing in Latin America. I focus on de-colonialization, Cold War dictatorships, liberation theology, and the role of ideologies and culture shaping political systems. 

Areas of Study

Latin American History, Economic History, Intellectual History, Religious History, World History. 

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Contact Information

Charles Hoyack
MA Student
Telephone: (520) 621-1586

Degree(s)

B.A., University of Arizona, 2015. History; PPEL (Philosophy, Poltiics, Economics, Law)

 

Courses Taught

Teaching Assistant for the following courses:

HIST 280: Sports and Ethnic America, 1900-present; Fall 2016. 

HIST 160C: The Making of American Cultures, 1600-1877; Spring 2016.

Grader for the following courses:

AFAS 200: Introduction to Africana Studies; Fall 2015.

AFAS 160A1: Traditions and Societies of the World-The Africana Experience; Fall 2015. 

RELI 210: Religion in the American Experience; Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014. 

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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