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Course Info for HIST - 204 - 01, Fall 2022
Class number: 3392 Title: Central Am. Immigration to US Department: History
Career: Undergraduate Component: Lecture Session: Regular
Instructor's Permission Required: No Grading Basis: Regular Units: 1.00
Enrollment limited to 29 Current enrollment: 7 Available seats: 22
Start date: Tuesday, September 6, 2022 End date: Wednesday, December 21, 2022 Mode of Instruction: In Person
Schedule: TR: 2:55PM-4:10PM, MC - 225 Instructor(s): Euraque, Dario
Prerequisite(s): None
Distribution Requirement: Meets Social Sciences Requirement
Course Description:
This course will survey the history of immigration patterns from the five countries of Central America to the U.S. between the early 19th century and the current decade in the context of Latin American history. The countries that will be surveyed are: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The methodological emphasis in the lectures will be comparative.