HIST 2715 A Global South: Chile, the Pacific and the World (also LATA 2715, SPAN 2715) (HA-AS) (HGS)
Monday and Wednesday: 2:55-4:10
Professor Raymond Craib
This course examines the history of Chile from the 1700s to the present, always with an appreciation for its place in a broader world but always also with attention to its regional and national specificities and its links to the Pacific. Lectures will be paired with readings from various genres: fiction, poetry, journalism, manifestos, speeches, historical monographs, and short stories. The course includes an optional 7 to 10 day trip to Chile during spring break, March 28-April 4, 2020.
Photo source: "Thin Line: Chile on a napkin" by R. Craib