Fall 2000 Courses
with Latin American Content


Course Number Course Title Instructor Units
African American Studies      
112A Political and Economic Development in the Third World Saavedra, M E 4
135 Caribbean Cultural History Laguerre, M S 3
256B Diaspora, Citizenship, and Transnationality Laguerre, M S 4
       
Agriculture and Resource Economics and Policy      
251 Agricultural Development Sadoulet, E 3
       
Anthropology      
157 Anthropology of Law Nader, L 4
C160 Forms of Folklore Dundes, A 4
       
Chicano Studies      
6B Chicano Spanish De Lourdes Parra 4
20 Introduction to Chicano Culture Arteaga, A 4
50 Introduction to Chicano History Staff 4
97 Field Study in Chicano Studies   1-3
98 Supervised Group Study   1-3
99 Supervised Independent Study and Research   1-4
101 Paradigms in Chicano Studies Ledesma, A 4
130 Mexican and Chicano Art History Rodriguez, C H 3
135 Chicano/Latino Film Staff 4
141 Chicano Feminist Writers and Discourse Perez, L E 4
148 Chicano/Latino Theatre Worshop Staff 5
150A History of the Southwest Staff 4
159 Mexican Immigration Robinson, V E 4
174 Chicanos, Law, and Criminal Justice Baltodano, J C 4
180 Topics in Chicano Studies Staff 3
H195A,B Honors Thesis   3
195 Senior Thesis   4
197 Field Work in Chicano Studies   1-3
198 Directed Group Study   1-3
199 Supervised Independent Study and Research   1-4
       
City and Regional Planning      
270 Reg/Urb Dev. 3rd World Roy, A 3
275 Comp. Ana of Urban Politics Castells, M 3
280 Doctoral Seminar Castells, M 3
290 B Topics in Urban Planning Castells, M 1-3
290 C Topics in City Planning Ogilvie, R 1-3
       
Comparative Literature      
156 Fiction and Culture of the Americas Masiello, F R 4
       
Development Studies      
10 Introduction to Development Watts, M 4
150 Advanced Studies in Development Chari, S 4
       
Economics      
C171 Economic Development DeJanvry, A 4
181 International Trade Sadoulet, E 4
270A Economic Dev and Planning Sadoulet, E 3
       
Education      
90C Learning from Text in Chicano Studies   1-2
290D Labor and the Global Economy Shaiken, H S 3
292C The Transformation of Work Shaiken, H S 3
       
Environmental Science and Policy Management      
6 Environmental Biology Chapela, I H 3
       
Ethnic Studies      
41AC A Comparative Survey of Protest Movements Staff 4
C126 Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality Staff 4
135AC Contemporary U.S. Immigration Molesky, J M 4
150AC People of Mixed Racial Descent Allen, R 4
C173 U.S. Imperialism Saldivar, J 4
190 Advanced Seminar in Comparative Ethnic Studies Ding, L 1-4
250 Research Seminar: Selected Issues and Topics Perez, L E 4
       
Geography      
20 Globalization Pred, A R 4
C32 Introduction to Development Watts, M J 4
110 Economic Geography: Industrial World Walker, R A 4
C157 Central American Peoples and Cultures Staff 4
290D Labor and the Global Economy Harley Shaiken 3
       
History      
8A Latin America Taylor, W B 4
140A Colonial Mexico Taylor, W B 4
140B Modern Mexico Segal, L 4
141B The Rise of Export Economies Lewin, L 4
275E Latin America Taylor, W B 4
280E Latin America Lewin, L 4
       
International and Area Studies      
45 Survey of World History Karras, A 4
       
Journalism      
J234 Foreign Affairs Danner, Mark 4
J298 Group Study Pisani, Francis 1-3
       
Latin American Studies      
10 Introduction to Latin American Studies Cane, J 4
197 Field Study Staff 1-4
199 Supervised Independent Study   1-4
200 LAS Seminar   1
292 Directed Study and Research   1-4
296 Directed Dissertation Research   1-12
299 Individual Study   1-4
602 Individual Study for Doctoral Students   1-8
       
Linguistics      
155AC Native America Meets the Europeans Rhodes, R A 3
       
Native American Studies      
90 Myth, Memory and History Molesky, J M 4
       
Political Economy of Industrial Societies      
100 Classical Theories of Political Economy Crawford, B K 4
101 Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Pearson, H D 4
150 Advanced Study   4
       
Political Science      
126A International Political Economy Aggarwal, V K 4
137A Revolutionary Change Gregor, A J 4
137C Transitions to Democracy Fish, M S 4
138A Democracy, Democracies Dipalma, G 4
148A Latin American Politics Munck, G 4
149 Selected Topics in Area Studies Gurowitz, A 4
226A International Political Economy Aggarwal, V K 4
       
Public Health      
210C Needs Assessment Guendelman, S 2
211 Health and Human Rights Iacopino, V 2
       
Sociology      
140 Political Sociology Enriquez, L J 4
280P Area Studies Enriquez, L J 3
       
Spanish and Portuguese      
Spanish        
1, 2 Elementary Spanish Staff 5
3 Intermediate Spanish Staff 5
4 Intermediate Spanish Staff 5
8 Spoken Spanish Staff 3
21 Spanish for Bilingual Students, First Course Staff 3
22 Spanish for Bilingual Students, Second Course Staff 3
24 Freshman Seminars Azevedo, M M. 1
25 Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts Staff 3
26 Advanced Spoken Spanish Staff 3
100 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics Azevedo, M M 3
102A Advanced Grammar and Composition Staff 3
102B Advanced Grammar and Composition Staff 3
102C Creative Writing Mencos, M I 3
104A Survey of Spanish American Literature Ramos, J 3
107A Survey of Spanish Literature Bergmann, E L 3
113 Studies in Latin American Culture Staff 3
126 Medieval Spanish Literature Diez, J I 3
135 Sec 1 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Border Texts, Border Lives Alarcon, N 3
135 Sec 2 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Gender in Spanish Literature Bergmann, E L 3
135 Sec 3 Studies in Hispanic Literature: La Regenta Iarocci, M 3
135 Sec 4 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Picaresque Navarrete, I E 3
135 Sec 5 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Mixed Identities, Modern Selves; Mestizaje in Modern Mexico Tarica, E 3
135 Sec 6 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Literatura de Conventos, la Escritura de las Monjas Olea, R 3
135 Sec 7 Studies in Hispanic Literature: Modernidad e historia en los andes: una mirada introductoria Calderon, F 3
161 Spanish Phonetics and Phonology Azevedo, M M 3
165AC Coexistence and Conflict: Amerindian, English, and... Craddock, J R 3
185 Sec 1 Sem Course Hisp Lit: Sujetos Transculturales Ramos, J 3
H195A Spanish Honors   3
H195B Sp Honors Course Passos, J L 1 1/2
197 Sec 1-2 Field Study   1-4
199 Sec 1-10 Superv Indep Study Navarrete, I E 1-4
200 Proseminar Dougherty, D 1
202 History of the Spanish Language Craddock, J R 3
224 Major Dramatists of the Golden Age Navarrete, I E 3
242 Literary Theory and Criticism Dougherty, D 3
278 Escrituras de la memoria en la postdictadura Olea, R 3
280 Sec 1 Sem Sp Am Lit: Literatura y Politica Masiello, F R 3
280 Sec 2 Politica, cultura y desarrollo: una critica al neoliberalismo Calderon, F 3
285 Sec 1 Sem Spanish Lit Don Juan and Donjuanismo Iarocci, M 3
285 Sec 2 Sem Spanish Lit Diez, J I 3
298 Sec 1-14 Spec Study Grad Stu   2-8
299 Sec 1-26 Special Adv Study   3-8
301 Teaching Spanish in College Kerr, H J 3
302 Prac Col Tchg of Spanish Kerr, H J 3-6
601 Indiv Study for Masters Staff 3
602 Indiv Study for PhD Students Staff 3
       
Portuguese      
11 Beginning Portuguese Rodrigues-Silva, R 5
12 Elementary Portuguese Rodrigues-Silva, R 5
101A Portuguese for Adv. Study Donovan, C F; Staff 3
101B Portuguese for Adv. Study-Workshop Staff 2
102 Readings in Portuguese Donovan, C F 3
103 Advanced Grammar and Composition Donovan, C F 3
104 Intro. to Brazilian Literature Dantas, F 3
135 Sec 1 Luso-Brazilian Literature Dantas, F 2-3
135 Sec 2 Luso-Brazilian Literature: Female Lusophone Authors Rodrigues-Silva, R 2-3
180 Special Study   1-3
H195 Portuguese Honors   3
199 Superv Indep Study   1-3
275 Critical and Stylistic Studies: Rain Forests, Wilderness, Jungles... Slater, C 3
298 Spec Stud Grad Stu   3-8
299 Special Advanced Study   3-8
       
Women's Studies      
141 Women and World Development Staff 4
241 Women and World Development Staff 4

 

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