PO/HS 372 - The Radical Tradition of Chile, Argentina, and Peru

The Radical Tradition of Chile, Argentina and Peru” offers students a critical and analytical perspective of the history in Chile and Latin America during the XIX and XX centuries. Students will gain understanding of the development and history of republics in Latin America leading up to democracy. Democracy has had different interpretations and nuances that are explained by the tensions and conflicts that were characteristic of this period. The course will incorporate an interdisciplinary perspective in the Social Sciences in order for students to gain a global and comprehensive vision of historical events, patterns, and phenomena that shape current key South American national and regional identities.

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Political Science

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At least one social science course: History, Economics, International Relations, Latin-American studies, Law, or Sociology

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