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PSCI0335

Latin American Revolutions

Latin American Revolutions
This course examines the causes, goals, and outcomes of revolutions in twentieth-century Latin America, with special reference to Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, Chile, and Nicaragua. It seeks to understand (1) why this region has experienced multiple revolutions; (2) what their political, economic, or social impact has been; (3) why revolutions produced authoritarian, socialist, dictatorial, or democratic outcomes across countries; and (4) what factors have kept revolutionaries from achieving their political, social, or economic goals. Evaluation entails rigorous application of theory to in-depth case studies. 3 hrs. lect./disc. (Comparative Politics)/
Subject:
Political Science
Department:
Political Science
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL SOC
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

PSCI0335A-S15 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2013

PSCI0335A-S13 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2010

PSCI0335A-S10 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2007

PSCI0335A-S07 Lecture (Williams)

Spring 2004

PSCI0335A-S04 Lecture (Williams)