CU/HS 362 - Chile, History and Culture: A Comprehensive Understanding of the Chilean Idiosyncrasy

The objective of this course is that students have a general understanding of Chile’s history, culture, and idiosyncrasy. In order to achieve this objective, the course covers significant aspects of Chilean history, culture, and current affairs that provide students with some of the fundamental facts and information that have shaped the country and its people. Each session deals with a different topic from history, politics, religion, arts, society, ethnic groups, current affairs, etc. so that students analyze and reflect on the relevance of these contents in the development of the country.

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Cultural Studies

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