Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30 pm – 1:50 pm
Dr. Isaac Campos
This course explores the history of the Cold War in Latin America, with particular emphasis on the way the Cold War altered relations between the United States and the region from the 1940s to the1990s.
The course examines the relationship between the Cold War, revolution, and dictatorship, along with the domestic impact of the conflict.
This course will be designed to fulfill the 4000-level requirements of the History Department meaning that it will guide students through an original research project that will utilize both primary and secondary sources and entail significant writing.