Course Title: lna 501. Past, Present and Future of Latin America Instructors



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Course Title: LNA 501.Past, Present and Future of Latin America

Instructors: Assoc. Prof. Pınar Bedirhanoğlu

Asst. Prof. Aylin Topal

Assoc. Prof. Galip Yalman

Asst. Prof. Canan Aslan



Description and Objectives: This course introduces students to the historical development of Latin American societies, states, economies and political systems. It focuses on the social structures, different state forms and the economic problems of the Latin American countries in an historical perspective. Each week, we will explore a general theme of an historical period in detail, together with case studies (mostly larger countries in the region) that detail and illustrate the key issues under analysis. We will compare and contrast different interpretations of Latin American societies, states, economies and political systems, and lay out strengths and weaknesses of each interpretation. We will also understand the diversity of economic, social and political structures in Latin America and undertake comparisons between different countries in this region.


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sites -> Indiana Academic Standards Resource Guide World History and Civilization Standards Approved March 2014
sites -> Penn State Harrisburg American Studies/Women Studies 104: Women and the American Experience Spring 2015 Instructor: Kathryn Holmes
sites -> Penn State Harrisburg am st/wmnst 104: Women and the American Experience Spring 2015 Instructor: Kathryn Holmes
sites -> Abolition and Women’s Rights Chap. 14 Se
sites -> In the years between the Seneca Falls Convention and the Civil War, powerful links existed between antislavery and women’s rights advocates. Virtually all women’s rights advocates supported abolition
files -> Middle East Technical University Faculty of Arts and Sciences Department of History


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