Faculty of Arts
Latin American Knowledges
An examination of new knowledges produced in Latin America that have influenced sociopolitical theory and global epistemological paradigms but are subalternised as art, culture or politics. Therefore this course will examine the link between theory and practice in the creation of new knowledge.
Keen, Benjamin and Haynes, Keith. A History of Latin America. Belmont: Wadsworth, 2009.
200-pages of reading material on topics such as: magic realism, liberation cinema, mestizaje, hybridity, pedagogy of the oppressed, border epistemology, Landless Workers Movement, and indigenous socialism.
A selection of audiovisual material.
LATINAM 320: 15.0 points
15 points from LATINAM 201, 216, POLITICS 234, SOCIOL 210, SPANISH 205