Spring 2024 History GU4660 section 001

Indigenous Worlds in Early Latin America

Indigenous Worlds in Earl

Call Number 11500
Day & Time
Location
R 10:10am-12:00pm
311 Fayerweather
Points 4
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Caterina Pizzigoni
Type SEMINAR
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description

This seminar deals with the presence of indigenous peoples in Latin American colonial societies and aims to analyze indigenous responses to conquest and colonization. How did indigenous people see themselves and interact with other groups? What roles did they play in shaping Latin American societies? What spaces were they able to create for themselves? These and similar questions will guide our discussion through the semester. Every week, we will read documents written by the indigenous people themselves, as well as academic studies of their cultures and societies. The course will offer a survey of the main indigenous groups; however, the case studies are by necessity just a selection. The seminar is conceived for students interested in race and ethnic relations and in the mechanisms of colonization and responses to it, as seen through the lenses of Latin America, between the 16th and the 18th centuries.

Web Site Vergil
Department History
Enrollment 22 students (22 max) as of 4:05PM Monday, May 20, 2024
Status Full
Subject History
Number GU4660
Section 001
Division Interfaculty
Campus Morningside
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Section key 20241HIST4660W001