Students develop analytic and critical perspectives in multidisciplinary aspects of Latin American anthropology, cultural studies and literature, economics, geography and environmental issues, history, politics and international relations, depending on their chosen areas of specialisation. They gain key research skills, together with in'depth knowledge of current analytical debates in the field of Latin American Studies.
Modules include: researching the Americas: Latin America and the Caribbean; politics, society and development in the modern Caribbean; the Caribbean from the Haitian revolution to the Cuban revolution.
Course Additional Entry
A related degree is required; further entry requirements are available on request.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|