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Class Notes for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Carleton University

LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Monroe Doctrine, Platt Amendment, Fulgencio Batista

Integration into the International Economic System (1850s-1920s) Integration into the World Economy - Colonial Past: colonies were producers of primary goods and consumers of manufactured products from Spain and Portuga...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tupi People, Cannibalism, Paubrasilia

The Colonial Era: Different Paths to Independence Christopher Columbus - Christopher Columbus inaugurated the colonization of the Americas - explorer, navigator hired by Spain and its Catholic monarchs: Isabella and Ferdin...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolution, Proletariat

Understanding LAC’s Diversity Stereotypes of LAC People - commonly perceived as a homogenous/uniform region; based on stereotypes - The Latin Lover: passionate, romantic, latin american male - Brazilian Mulatta Carnival Q...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Landlocked Country, Emancipation Day, West Indies Federation

Independence Process Consequences: LACs at the end of the 19th Century: Independence of Spanish America, Brazil and the British West Indies - Haiti: only Caribbean country to achieve independence in the 1st quarter of the...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Solemn Mass, Dependency Theory, Unequal Exchange

Causes of LAC Underdevelopment Developed/developing country - Gross Domestic Product (GDP): value of goods and services produced within a country - Gross National Product (GNP): GDP, net income received by residents from...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Supreme Court Of Justice Of The Nation, Electoral Fraud, Juan Domingo Brown

The Great Depression of the 1930s: Economic and Political Consequences, The ISI Model and Populism - Wall Street Crash - Oct. 1929 (US) - Great Depression 1930s Economic Consequences in LAC - sharp interruption in capita...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Moncada Barracks, Che Guevara, University Of Havana

LAC after 1945: (Short) Democratic Opening and Revolutions The brief post-World War II Wave of Democratization (1945-1950) - From military governments/dictatorships to democracy: Guatemala (1945); Haiti (1946); Argentina...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Benito Mussolini, Fidel Castro, Che Guevara

Cuban Revolution (continued from previous lecture) - 1959-1961: Defining the direction of the revolution; Fidel did not have a clear plan for the future; not a communist; Fidel toured US wanted its support; - April 1...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hugo Banzer, Forced Disappearance, Mothers Of The Plaza De Mayo

Military Rule LAC Armed Forces - what LAC armed forces thought of themselves: - << An Elite Group in the State >> - moral superiority - cohesive and prestigious group - example of discipline and legitimate hierarchy - iso...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sandinista Ideology, Daniel Ortega, Chapultepec Peace Accords

Civil War in Central America The 1980s was a period of.. - economic losses (debt crisis 1982 - the << Lost Decade>>) - political gains (democratization) - civil wars (Central America) Before the Civil War Nicaragua - Ado...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi
LACS 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Estela De Carlotto, Carlos Menem, National Commission On The Disappearance Of Persons

Transitions to Democracy Chile — Peru — Argentina The 1980s was a period of - civil war in Central America - economic losses due to the debt crisis of 1982 - political gains; democratization in most countries - military ...

Latin American and Caribbean Studies
LACS 1002
Silvina Danesi

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