Argentine in the 20th C.

Argentine in the Twentieth Century – Politics, society and economy
Three-week course, first session

This course will allow the students to introduce themselves into the knowledge and analysis of the main sociopolitical process occurred in Argentina during the 20th-Century. Moreover, the course will enable the students to understand some of the political and social dynamics of Latin American nations, opening up a space to compare those dynamics and realities with their own realities in a developed society. This last point will allow them to develop in a more global vision about contemporary issues, an increasingly relevant requirement in the 21st-Century. (.5 unit)

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SPAN 6631

All Sections in Summer 2019 Language Schools, LS 3 Week Session I

Summer 2019 Language Schools, LS 3 Week Session I

SPAN6631A-L19 Lecture (García)