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Course Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AAST 206 - People of the Caribbean: Indigenes and Immigrants


This course may also count for the major in (consult the program or department major requirements) :
Latin American Studies
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits (Range): 3 hours
Attribute: 3SS, CD
Beginning with an examination of indigenous Caribbean societies, this course then studies how the various European colonial enterprises affected the region’s social and economic history. It examines such themes as trade, the evolution of labor systems, the establishment of the plantation enterprises, and political and social organizations. A central feature of this course is to understand the evolution of such concepts as class, gender, and ‘race’ in the context of the Caribbean.
Enrollment Limit: 25
Instructor: G. Gill


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