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Latin American Studies : Courses / Curriculum

Select library and Internet resources for researching Latin American Studies.

CCP Latin American Studies Courses

The Community College of Philadelphia offers the following Latin American Studies Courses:

Hum 150 (Introduction to Latin American Cultures and Civilizations)

Span 101 (Elementary Spanish)

Span 102 (Elementary Spanish)

Span 201 (Intermediate Spanish)

Span 202 (Intermediate Spanish)

CCP International Studies Option

The Community College of Philadelphia International Studies curriculum provides a strong foundation in global and international studies. 

Free Lecture Series on Latin American History

Latin America-Perspectives Video Lecture Course:

This video lecture series on Latin America- Perspectives by Professor Susan Kellogg is an interdisciplinary introduction to the history, cultures, and languages of Latin America. Topics include the regions indigenous past, religious traditions, linguistic realities, economic development, gender relations, political dynamics, popular culture, and social forces. ......... 

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Community College of Philadelphia
Main Campus Library
Philadelphia, PA
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