Anthropology and Sociology

  • A&S 203: Peru Before the Incas
  • A&S 206: People of the Andes
  • A&S 207: The Inca World: Empire & Imagination in the Ancient Andes
  • A&S 208: New World Civilizations
  • A&S 263: Latin American Ethnography

Engineering Studies

  • EP 480: Engineering and Policy Design Project: Honduras

Government and Law

  • GOV 227: Politics in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • GOV 417: Latino Immigration and American Politics

History

  • HIST 106: Food History of the Americas
  • HIST 245: Latin America: The Colonial Period
  • HIST 246: Latin America: The National Period
  • HIST 345: History of Argentina
  • HIST 368: Seminar: Ordinary & Extraordinary Women in Latin American History
  • HIST /LACS 275: Crossing the Americas: Latin American Migration & Latinos

Music

  • MUS 232:* World Music
    * Note: LACS credit is only given for MUS 232 when the focus is Latin America

Religious Studies

  • REL 236: African Religions in the Americas
  • REL 217: Latina/o Religions: Not Just Catholicism

Spanish

  • SPAN 211: Advanced Spanish Composition
  • SPAN 215: Spanish for Heritage Speakers
  • SPAN 304: Exploring the New World: Early Spanish American Civilization & Culture
  • SPAN 314: Modern Latin American Civilization & Culture
  • SPAN 317: Tradition & Transgression in Colonial Latin America
  • SPAN 318: Contemporary Latin American Literature
  • SPAN 370: Topics on Translation
  • SPAN 421: Myths of the Encounter: Research Seminar on Colonial Literature
  • SPAN 428: Twentieth-Century Mexican Narrative: From the Mexican Revolution to Chiapas (Rojo)
  • SPAN 428: Latin American Short Story (Rojo)
  • SPAN 428: Latin American Crime Fiction (Quirós)
  • SPAN 435: *Recent Topics: Race, Gender & Nation: The Literature of Nineteenth-Century Latin America, Identity, Memory and Migrations: Life in, on and off the Hyphen

* Note: LACS credit is only given for SPAN 435 when the focus is Latin America

InterDisciplinary Studies**

**(often offered during Interim Session)

  • INDS 190: Politics and Culture of the Caribbean
  • INDS 185: Guatemala: Innovations and Development
  • INDS 187: Sustainable Approaches in the Developing World: Rural Honduras from the Mayans to Present
  • INDS 208: Exploring Peru’s Indigenous Populations in the Modern Day

For detailed course descriptions, see the online College Catalog.