BK 211 Modern Brazil (Spring: 3)

Cross Listed with HS320
Satisfies Cultural Diversity Core Requirement
Offered Periodically
Fulfills Non-Western Requirement for History Majors
This course covers the making of the modern Brazilian state, from the rise of the Brazilian Empire in 1808 through the modern day. Through readings and analysis of both popular and documentary films, we focus on the importance of race, class, and violence in the abolition of slavery, the rise of the state, the militarization of government, and the foundation of Brazil's modern government.
Zachary Morgan

Last Updated: 30-JAN-13