PSCI 2376

US & Lat America

Ideology and Power in the History of US-Latin America Relations
This survey course will examine the historical interaction between different forms of power in the construction of the current hegemony of the United States over Latin America. In addition to the traditional political and economic actors that shaped the core of the relations, the construction of the U.S. hegemony also involved non-state actors and various forms of cultural dynamics that strengthened the power discourse: state cultural diplomacy, “money doctors,” or film and media enterprises, among others built references such as “sister nations,” “backyard subordinates,” or “strategic partners,” whose load of elements of identity—gender, ethnicity, tradition—complemented traditional power politics.
Political Science
Political Science
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
MSAB 2376


Fall 2021

PSCI2376A-F21 Seminar (Gonzalez-Chiaramonte)

Spring 2021

PSCI2376A-S21 Lecture (Gonzalez-Chiaramonte)

Spring 2020, SA UGs Full Term

PSCI2376A-S20 Lecture (Study Abroad)

Spring 2007

PSCI2376A-S07 Lecture

Spring 2006

PSCI2376A-S06 Lecture

Spring 2005

PSCI2376A-S05 Lecture

Spring 2004

PSCI2376A-S04 Lecture (Study Abroad)