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 194X - 01 Extractivism and Socio-Environmental Conflicts in the Americas

2018 Winter Quarter

Class Details
Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Student Option
Class Number
43369
Type
Seminar
Credits
5 units
General Education
Available Seats
2
Enrollment Capacity
25
Enrolled
23

Description
Explores, in-depth, how local communities, transnational capital, and state participate in conflicts anchored in extractive sectors, for example, mining, agro-exports, and so on. Through digital-based, case-study research, students identify and explore the logics of action, strategic interests, and the rhetoric of the principal protagonists in socio-ecological conflicts.

Enrollment Requirements
Enrollment is restricted to juniors and seniors.

Meeting Information
Days & Times
Room
Instructor
Meeting Dates
TuTh 11:40AM - 01:15PM
Soc Sci 2 159
01/08/2018 - 03/16/2018