Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS)

General

Program Description

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This 15-week-program offers courses that meet twice a week for ninety minutes, that is, 4 hours of 45 minutes, total 60 contact hours. PALAS offers courses in economics, history, gender history, and literature, all of which focus specifically on Argentina and Latin America. Courses are designed for undergraduate students whose level of Spanish is at the beginner or intermediate level or for students who are interested in transferring credits in Latin American Studies to their home universities.

Courses

  • (PALAS 310) Argentine Economy
  • (PALAS 330) Social Economy in Latin America
  • (PALAS 332) Economic Integration in LatAm
  • (PALAS 333) International Business in the Southern Cone
  • (PALAS 340) History of Latin America
  • (PALAS 342) Race and Nation in Argentina
  • (PALAS 345) Argentine History and Literature OUT OF CATALOGUE
  • (PALAS 360) Political and Social Change
  • (PALAS 362) Latin American Cultures and Civilizations
  • (PALAS 366) U.S.–Latin America Relations
  • (PALAS 370) Argentina: The Making of a Country through its Literature OUT OF CATALOGUE
  • (PALAS 372) Latin American Literature OUT OF CATALOGUE
  • (PALAS 380) Gender History in Latin America
  • (PALAS 400) Latin America in Global Economy
  • (PALAS 420) Jorge Luis Borges: Visions of Culture and Knowledge (Special Topic on Comparative Literature)
  • (PALAS 443) Tango: Gender, Nation & Identity (Special Topic on Cultural Studies)
  • (PALAS 444) Human Rights and Cultural Representations
  • (PALAS 490) Directed Research
Last updated November 2017

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