Spring 2007

Daniel Coronell speaking about Plan Colombia at CLAS in October 2006.
Daniel Coronell
"Contemporary Colombia"

The country that boasts the oldest and most stable democracy in South America is also home to the longest standing guerilla war in the world. This course will examine the origins of violence and drug trafficking in Colombia and their impact on the current social and political climate.

Daniel Coronell is an award-winning Colombian journalist who has worked in both print and television news. Professor Coronell has also taught journalism at the Externado, Javeriana and Los Andes universities in Bogotá, and is currently a senior visiting scholar at CLAS.

This course will be taught in Spanish.

Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
156 Dwinelle Hall

LAS 150.1, ccn #49103 - Sign up for the course via Telebears
4 units, letter grade or pass/no-pass grading options

 

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