Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
A minimum of (4) four other courses, typically with significant Luso-Brazilian content (a minimum of one course from Division I, and one from Division II). Courses must be decided in consultation with the minor coordinator.
NOTE: PORT 242/LALC 242 is strongly encouraged.
Exceptions can be made by permission of the coordinator.
Students must conduct the main research of the following classes on a Portuguese-speaking area (for some of the classes FLIC option is available):
ANTH 222: Contemporary Peoples of Latin America
ARCH/ANTH/LALC 262: South American Archaeology
ECON 236: Latin American Economies
HIST 130: Early Latin American History to 1800
HIST 131: Modern Latin American History since 1800
HIST 215: Topics in Comparative History (When appropriate)
HIST 272/AFST 310: The Atlantic Slave Trade
HIST 283/LALC 283: Latin American - U.S. Relations
HIST 315: Studies in Comparative History (When appropriate)
[HIST TOPICS: PROPOSED PENDING APPROVAL]
LALC 101 Introduction to Latin American Studies
LALC 200: Special Topics in Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies (When appropriate)
LALC 300: Special Topics in Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies (When appropriate)
PORT 231: Conversation and composition
PORT 242/LALC 242: Brazilian Cultural and Social Issues
PORT 380: Topics in Luso-Brazilian and Hispanic Studies
POSC 251: Latin American Politics
SPAN 380: Topics in Luso-Brazilian and Hispanic Studies (When appropriate)
Courses in CIEE Liberal Arts Program and CIEE Culture + Business Program, in São Paulo, Brazil: Up to 2 classes related to a Portuguese-speaking area, taken at the CIEE Council in São Paulo may count towards the minor. One additional course related to a Portuguese-speaking area may count when taken at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica or at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas. Course must be pre-approved by the minor coordinator.