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Course Detail

Academic Term
2019 Summer Semester (Day)
Course
HIS 195-B
Description
Topics: The Crisis in Nicaragua: U.S. Destabilization or a Democratic Movement? - An introduction to selected historical topics not regularly offered in lower division classes. The specific topics to be offered will be announced prior to registration.
Instructor
Credit Hours
4.00

Core Curriculum Component

  • Humanities
Location
Online
Seats
18 available of ~20
Note HIS195-B in Summer 2019: This courses focuses on the Nicaraguan social-political crisis. Students will observe, learn and reflect on the historical contexts that have shaped and impacted Nicaraguan politics of the present days. Using historical methods of analysis and a broad range of sources representing multiple perspectives, the course will examine competing historical references and their respective usefulness in understanding change and continuity over time, specifically between the 1979 Revolution and the current social-political crisis of Nicaragua.

Start Date
5/13/2019
Drop Deadline
5/20/2019
End Date
6/28/2019
Withdraw Deadline
6/11/2019
(Note: Book information may not be available if the
materials list has not been finalized by the instructor.)

Schedule

This course does not have a predetermined meeting schedule.

Prerequisites

  • Requirements