PRLS 3048 Jews of Latin America

3 hours; 3 credits

Explores Latin American Jewish history from colonial rule to the twentieth century. Migration, agricultural colonies, political activism, and literature. Comparison of European, North African, and Middle Eastern Jewish communities. Measures the roles of race, religion, and ethnicity in Latin American societies through Jewish developments. This is the same course as Judaic Studies 3048.

Prerequisite: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies 1001 or English 1010.


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