Syllabi

 

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Maya relief of royal blood-letting used in a lecture in World History I. Yaxchilan Lintel 24, 723-726 CE, limestone, 109x78x6, British Museum. Credit: Wikipedia.

Survey Course on Colonial Latin America
An introductory survey in the Core Curriculum at the University of Houston

Music and Race in Latin America
An upper-level seminar in reading, listening, and digital humanities methods at Northern Arizona University

Readings in Ibero-American History, 1500-1850
A collaborative syllabus created with input from graduate students at Northern Arizona University focusing on major themes in colonial Latin American and Ibero-Atlantic history to 1850

Gender in Latin American History
A Dean’s Teaching Fellowship Course at Johns Hopkins University

[An example of the chutney genre. I use related texts in “Music and Race in Latin America” in a unit on East Indian musics in the Caribbean and their relationships with soca. Sundar Popo, “Scorpion Gyul,” in Scorpion Gyul / Phuluwrie Bina Chatnee, Windsor Records, 1976.]