LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY (Dr. Juan Francisco Martinez Peria) A comprehensive course examining major political/geographical/social/economic features of Latin American past and present. Key issues which may divide or unite the distinctive Latin American countries will be highlighted.
LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS (Dr. Jaqueline Behrend)
This course will analyze the following topics: Politics and economics under the conservative order, the rise of mass politics - its various forms, industrialization by import substitution and state intervention in the economy, modernization, authoritarianism and democracy, revolution, guerrillas and the left, debt crisis and adjustment policies, emergency and functioning of new democracies.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN LATIN AMERICA (Dr. Nicolas Grinberg)
This course deals with the following topics: International trade in earlier economic thought; Static comparative advantage and traditional neoclassical theory of international trade; new theories; the structuralist school, CEPAL, unequal exchange theory; Balance of payments constraints, exchange rates teories and the unbalanced productive structures; Neo-structuralist and neo Schumpeterian; Globalization and multicultural trade agreements; Regional and trade blocs; International Crisis.
SPANISH (Coordinator Professor Paola Yaconis)
Depending on the students´ level, different courses of Spanish are being offered in this program.
Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Spaces for Social Change(Dr. Professor Constanza Tabbush)
This internship based, three-credit course, is an introduction to power dynamics in social movements. Focusing on issues of women, gender, sexuality, and power, students will first reflect on how, by de-naturalizing the connection between sex and gender, we can analyze these axes of oppression/resistance in their intersection with race, class, and ability. Following two month of classes, internships of one month each will take place at Norte, a printing press under worker control, and at CUSAM, Sociology Major at the San Martin State Penitentiary.
Gray - Orientation days : January 16th and 17th
Green – Immersion Course : January 18th to 27th
Yellow - Regular Courses : January 30th to May 12th