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Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino/a Studies, Minor

This minor is constructed around the premise that broader understanding of the issues facing Latin America, the Caribbean and the Latino/a population today is crucial in the global community. The minor is also constructed around the second premise that nations do not exist in isolation. Interaction and interdependence shaped nations in the Western hemisphere in the past, do so in the present, and will continue to do so in the future. For more information, contact the minor director, Dr. Kim Morse, in the History Department and check the “Interdisciplinary Academic Programs” in this catalog.