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HIST 363     Peasant Resistance and Rebellion in Latin America, 1500-1990  (4)

A seminar focusing on forms of resistance and accommodation of rural peoples in Latin American history-peasants, slaves, rural laborers, indigenous people and others-to the forces of cultural change and the impact of modernization over several centuries. Readings will examine theories of the peasantry as a social group as well as forms and cases of rural collective action in Latin American history. Prerequisite: One course with attribute G4 including AP or IB credit.