Course Offerings

Fall 2021

3662. Borderlands of the Americas

Also offered as: HIST 3662

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

A consideration of the importance of borderlands in the expansion and consolidation of European empires in the American continent, and later, in the shaping of newly independent republics. Contemporary issues related to Latin American borders, including migration, smuggling, violence, and the role of the state in shaping the borders of national cultures and societies.

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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Schedule Location Enrollment Credits Notes
Fall 2021 14677 Storrs In Person Fernandez, Rodolfo 001 MoWe 4:40pm‑5:55pm
BCH 302 6/23 3.00


Contact Information

Charles Robert Venator Santiago,, 860-486-9052

Charles Lebel,

Rodolfo Fernandez,

Anne Gebelein,, 860-486-9523

Fany Hannon,, (860) 486-1135

Jorge Agüero,, 860-486-4177

Dexter Gabriel,

Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann, 

Jolaade Kalinowski,

Diana Rios,, 860-486-3187

Cesar Abadia-Barrero,, 860 486-2137

Santiago Munoz Arbelaez,

Samuel Martinez,, 860 486-4515

Lewis Gordon,, 860 486-4416