• Academic Credits: 3
  • Cross listed: Credit not given for both this course and 01:595:328.
  • Pre/Co-requisite: Not open to first-year students.
  • 01-790-328_-_Caribbean_Politics_-_LCS_and_Political_Science._March_21.pdf
  • Syllabus Disclaimer: The information on this syllabus is subject to change. For up-to-date course information, please refer to the syllabus on your course site (Sakai, Canvas, etc.) on the first day of class

Course Description:

The Caribbean, a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-racial region isboth politically diverse and politically fragmented because of its colonial and post-colonial histories. Not only does the Caribbean have states that are autonomous, independent, intentionally dependent and socialist, but the regionis one of the most democratic in the world.