HIST 405 U3 - History of Brazil from 1808
Problems of a neocolonial society; themes include family structure, slavery, imperialism, modernization, and the crisis of traditional institutions. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 2 or 4 graduate hours.
Description: -The Amazon burning. A new president dubbed -Trump of the Tropics.- Histories of slavery and race relations with eerie similarities to (and interesting differences from) the United States. How do we make sense of recent events in Brazil, while placing them in historical context and relating them to the U.S. and other places- This course-which is accessible to non-majors and students with no knowledge about Brazil-allows you to tailor an individual project that will sharpen your understanding of the world.-
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate