table of course offerings 2018-19
FALL 2018
LALS 1 Introduction to Latin American & Latino Studies Arredondo
LALS 90 Contemporary Brazil Pinho
LALS 95 Undergraduate Research Seminar Ruiz
LALS 100 Concepts & Theories in Latin American & Latino Studies Patel
LALS 122 Media & Nationalism Rivas
LALS 143J Global Political Economy (taught in Spanish) Estrella
LALS 171 Brazil in Black & White (taught in Portuguese) Pinho
LALS 172 Visualizing Human Rights Falcón
LALS 180 Borders: Real & Imagined Patel
LALS 194R Violencia Cotidiana en las Americas (taught in Spanish) Rivas
WINTER 2019
LALS 1 Introduction to Latin American & Latino Studies Patel
LALS 30 Social Movements in Latin America Illescas
LALS 80F Latinos in the US: A Comparative Perspective M. Ramirez
LALS 100A Social Science Analytics Taft
LALS 143 Race & Ethnicity Patel
LALS 152 Consumer Cultures Between the Americas Rivas
LALS 157 Las Revoluciones Sociales (taught in Spanish) Balloffet
LALS 169 South America: History, Society, and Culture Erbig
LALS 194X Extractivism & Socio-Environmental Conflicts in the Americas Leiva
SPRING 2019
LALS 5 Introduction to Human Rights & Social Justice Falcón
LALS 80E Latin American Philosophy Rasmus
LALS 100B Cultural Theory in the Americas Pinho
LALS 124 Brazilian Cinema Seara
LALS 129 América Latina: Cine, Dictadura y Memoria Estrella
LALS 133 Latina/o Art & Representation M. Ramirez
LALS 158 Latin American Political Economy Leiva
LALS 168 Inter-America Relations Balloffet
LALS 170 Indigenous Struggles in the Americas Erbig
LALS 178 Gender, Transnationalism, & Globalization Patel
LALS 194A Immigrant Storytelling Ramirez
LALS 194B Global Migration & Displacement Balloffet
LALS 30 - 01 Social Movements in Latin America

2018 Winter Quarter

Class Details
Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Student Option
Class Number
43209
Type
Lecture
Credits
5 units
General Education
CC
Available Seats
7
Enrollment Capacity
70
Enrolled
63

Description
Examines contemporary social movements in Latin America, especially those that arose from popular response to different forms of social exclusion and to authoritarian political systems. Explores a variety of popular movements, their successes and setbacks, including rural and urban uprisings, native nations and their descendants, women, labor, human rights, and transnational movements.

Class Notes
Enroll in lecture and associated discussion section

Meeting Information
Days & Times
Room
Instructor
Meeting Dates
MWF 08:00AM - 09:05AM
Steven Acad 150
01/08/2018 - 03/16/2018

Associated Discussion Sections or Labs
Sec
Type
Class #
Days
Time
Instructor
Location
Enrolled
Enrollment Capacity
01A
Discussion
43210
M
10:40AM-11:45AM
Crown Clrm 208
33
35
01B
Discussion
43211
W
12:00PM-01:05PM
Crown Clrm 208
30
35
01C
Discussion
43212
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
0
0
01D
Discussion
43213
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
0
0