LAS Spring 2014 Schedule of Courses
Please note that any courses not cited as cross-listed with LAS are already in our catalogue and will already count for LAS credit. If you have any questions, please feel free to make an appointment to talk with Susan Webster [[svwebster]] about your spring schedule.
AMST 470/570.02 [cross-listed as LAS 450.01 and ARTH 489.03]: Colonial Cities, Webster R, 1400-1650, College Apts. 9
ANTH 332.01: Race, Gender, and Popular Culture in Brazil, Fisher, TR, 1400-1520, WASH 307
ANTH 338.01: Native Cultures of Latin America, Fisher, TR, 0800-0920, WASH 305
ANTH 458.01: Caribbean Archaeology, Smith, M, 1530-1820, WASH 107
ARTH 335.01: Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture, Hurt, F, 1530-1750, ANDR 201
CMST 450 Community Health in Dominican Republic, Aday [prerequisite: SOMOS only] R, 1530-1750, Morton 238
CMST 450 Community Health in Nicaragua, Aday [prerequisite: MANOS only] T, 1700-1950, Morton 239
(The CMST seminars are for SOMOS and MANOS students, respectively. Students can register only if they have been selected for these projects. The seminars have a Latin American focus because we are working directly in Dominican and Nicaraguan communities and we read literatures on the countries, the cultures, the politics and economics, and the epidemiologies of the countries.)
HIST 131.01 Latin American History to 1824, Prado, MWF, 11:00-11:50, JBLAIR 205
PHIL 306.01 [cross-listed as LAS 390.01]: 20th-Century Mexican Philosophy, Sánchez [no pre-requisites] MW 1530-1650, JBLAIR 221
SOC 337.01: Immigration, Assimilation and Ethnicity, Gosin, TR, 1400-1520, Morton 203
Fred Smith: ANTH 225 Archaeology in Barbados (GER4B or GER4C)
*** For registration: please check the college schedules against these courses because room designations and times may be subject to change.