Latin American Studies courses announced for Spring 2022

Check out the Center's course offerings for graduate and undergraduate students

Latin American Studies courses announced for Spring 2022

October 25, 2021

The Center for Latin American Studies has announced their course lineup for the Spring 2022 semester. Classes range from economics to the environment, investigations of the state, and cultural topics such as gastronomy, language, and music. Visiting professor Dr. Jennifer Fuenmayor de Fernandez is teaching two courses on Venezuela, Autoritarismo en los gobiernos de Maduro and Cultura, Identidad Nacional y Raza en la Sociedad Venezolana (available for both undergrad and graduate students). The Center is also pleased to welcome the 2022 Bacardi Scholar, Dr. Mariana Mora, who will be teaching the course A Sense of Justice: Afro-descendent and Indigenous anti-colonial struggles in Abya Yala (available for both undergrad and graduate students).

Take a moment to explore the full lineup of course offerings below, organized by graduate/undergraduate availability, and discipline.

Latin American Studies offers a range of interdisciplinary course content that can enrich many areas of study. To learn more about the Spring 2022 courses offered, check out the website here, or email Po Echeguren, the Academic Assistant III, at secheguren@latam.ufl.edu

Spring 2022 course lineup

Graduate offerings

Environment, conservation and development:

Business and economics:

Politics and governments:

Cultures and peoples:

Methodologies and skills:

Undergraduate offerings

Environment, conservation and development:

Politics and governments:

Cultures and peoples: