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    • Argentina: The Making of a Country through its Literature 

      Solá, Marcela (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2012)
      Course Description This course considers fiction as a resourceful toolto study cultural history. Drawing mainly on the close reading of Three novels –Sarmiento´s Facundo, Arlt´s The Seven Madmen, Martínez´s Santa ...
    • Tango: Gender, Nation & Identity (Special Topic on Cultural Studies) 

      Dieleke, Edgardo (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2013)
      Course description When tango was born in Buenos Aires, in the second half of the 19th century, Argentina was undergoing profound changes. With the arrival of millions of immigrants, the shape of the city and its ...
    • Latin American Literature 

      Manara, Alejandro (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2014)
      Course Description This course explores Latin American literature frompre-Columbian times to the present. The prescribed texts include letters, poems, short stories, critical articles and novels by acclaimed authors ...
    • History of Latin America 

      García, Edgardo (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      CourseDescription This course studies the formation and evolution of societies in Latin America with a focus in Argentina. Using a comparative approach, the course begins with the aftermath of independence and goes ...
    • Jorge Luis Borges: Visions of Culture and Knowledge 

      Manara, Alejandro (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description Borges’ vision of the world as a Library of Babel and an Aleph anticipated the information age and the development of the Internet by several decades. However, although Borges can be regarded as ...
    • Social Economy 

      Lassaga, Griselda (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description We live in an interconnected world where traditional approaches to business no longer work. Environmental problems and social issues are becoming increasingly important. Notions of sustainable ...
    • Argentine History and Literature 

      Evangelista, Liria (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description "All stories are fictions", wrote Hayden White, insisting in the fact that history is as much about how these stories are told as what is the material ground in which they are produced. Following ...
    • Argentine Economy 

      Argüero, Luis Ignacio (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description Once one of the richest and fastest growing economies in the world, Argentina is now entrenched in the rankings of the less developed countries. Nevertheless, in the last decade it has grown at a ...
    • Gender History in Latin America 

      Anderson, Patricia (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description The course will provide a brief introduction to thehistory of gender in Latin America by focusing on the multiple manners in which womanhood has been constructed and experienced from the Conquest ...
    • Economic Integration in Latin America 

      Argüero, Luis Ignacio (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description Informed by knowledge economy, this course will study how Latin American countries individually and as a region have adapted quickly and wisely to external changes in order to compete in the globalized ...
    • Latin American Cultures and Civilizations 

      Manara, Alejandro (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course description Since its discovery until the present, Latin America has been imagined and conceived as the “New Continent”, a place for utopia, but also as a space of uneven modernity and extreme forms of violence. ...
    • Latin America in the Global Economy 

      Ramon-Berjano, Carola (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      This course will study the development patterns of Latin America since colonial times to present days. Dependency from external factors has underpinned Latin America´s economic development. This course will focus on ...
    • International Business in the SouthernCone 

      Furlong, Martín (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description Our goal is to raise critical questions about the opportunities and challenges that companies and entrepreneurs encounter when doing business with countries from the Southern Cone such as Argentina, ...
    • Political and Social Change 

      González Chiaramonte, Claudio; Evangelista, Liria (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015)
      Course Description This course focuses on political and social change and its instrumental role in the formation of national identity. Drawing mainly on historic sources, the course analyzes the cases of Mexico, ...
    • Directed Research 

      Universidad de Belgrano (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015-04-28)
      This course is designed for students wishing to conduct research at undergraduate level. Each student has an opportunity to work closely with one of our faculty tutors on a specific topic in Latin American studies of ...
    • US–Latin America Relations 

      González Chiaramonte, Claudio; Evangelista, Liria (Program in Argentine and Latin American Studies (PALAS) - Universidad de Belgrano, 2015-04-29)
      Descripción del curso / Course Description This survey course studies the formation of the relationship between the U. S. and Latin America since the early days of the Wars of Independence. The period of continental ...