Latin America & Caribbean 2023

This was the homepage of the anthropology and history course titled “Peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean” using four books to consider Latin America 2023:

Here is the YouTube Playlist:

For 2024, I am teaching Colonial Latin America.

Myths

  • Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest, Myths #1-#3

Completion

  • Seven Myths, Myths #4-#7

Potosí

  • Potosí: The Silver City That Changed the World, Introduction to chapter 2

Trading

  • Potosí, Chapters 3-5

Revolution

  • Potosí, 137-180
  • Potosí, 181-196

Three Ancient Colonies

  • Three Ancient Colonies: Caribbean Themes and Variations, 1-43

Jamaica

  • Three Ancient Colonies, 44-87

Haiti & Puerto Rico

  • Three Ancient Colonies, 88-212

Non-Sovereign

  • Non-Sovereign Futures: French Caribbean Politics in the Wake of Disenchantment, 1-39

Marronage

  • Non-Sovereign Futures, 40-129

Hope & Disappointment

  • Non-Sovereign Futures, 130-177

Reflecting Latin America 2023

This webpage is part of a series of posts about teaching anthropology of Latin America and the Caribbean. The series includes:

These posts are all cataloged in the Latin America index tag for the site, which also includes related blog-posts.


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