Faculty of Arts


LATINAM 325

First Nations in Latin America


Description

Analysis of the representation of first nations of Latin America in the context of struggles for self-determination under colonialism and in modern nation-states. Topics include: Latin American indigeneity, indigenous belief systems and mestizaje, nineteenth-century genocidal wars and foundational fictions celebrating modernisation, testimonials, written and visual texts of the last decade. Focuses on the study of self-representation and the role of mediators.

Availability 2012

Not offered in 2012; planned to be offered in 2013

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Roberto Gonzalez-Casanovas
Lecturer(s) Associate Professor Roberto Gonzalez-Casanovas
Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Roberto Gonzalez-Casanovas

Assessment

Coursework only

Points

LATINAM 325: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

15 points from LATINAM 201, 216, SPANISH 201, 205, 213, 216, HISTORY 231, POLITICS 234

Restrictions

SPANISH 211, 212, 325, LATINAM 211


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