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History of Brazil (Integrated Language course)
Credit Hours:

Brazilian history and culture from pre-Columbian times to the present. How Brazil and its people have been shaped by colonialism, economic cycles of boom and bust, slavery, regional cleavages, shifts from monarchical to republican to dictatorial to democratic forms of government, and incomplete attempts to expand access to prosperity and political power.

Note: The "I" suffix is used for courses that may use several approaches for integrating language into a course, but will always include modules for vocabulary development, reading comprehension, writing, and oral presentation.


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