Week 1: Week 2: Week 3:

John Mraz, "Recasting Cuban Slavery: The Other Francisco and The Last Supper."

Kristen Schultz, "Slavery Race and Citizenship."

Week 4: Week 5:

All the readings are available through the library website this week.

Week 6: 2. Meyer, Sherman, Deeds, The Course of Mexican History. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. 3. Stephen Hart, “Que Viva México!”, pp. 17-24 in A Companion to Latin American Film. 4. Chris Robé, “Enstein in America: The Que Viva Mexico! Debates and the Emergent Popular Front in US Film Theory and Criticism.” Motorcycle Diary Readings: 1. Eduardo Elena, “Point of Departure: Travel and Nationalism in Ernesto Guevara’s Argentina,” pp21-52 in Paulo Drinot, ed., Che’s Travels: The Making of a Revolutionary in 1950s Latin America (Durham: Duke University Press, 2010). 2. Paulo Drinot, “Awaiting the Blood of a Truly Emancipating Revolution: Che Guevara in 1950s Peru,” pp 88-126 in Che’s Travels. 3. Ann Zulawski, “The National Revolution and Bolivia in the 1950s: What Did Che See?”, pp. 181-209 in Che’s Travels.   Readings: 1. Julio César Pino, “Labor in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro, 1940-1969,” LAP 25.2 (1998): 18-40. This one is available via the library catalogue. Search for "Latin American Perspectives." 2. Ney dos Santos Oliviera, “Favelas and Ghettos: Race and Class in Rio de Janeiro and New York city,” Latin American Perspectives 23.4 (1996): 71-89. this one is also available through the library. Search again for Latin American Perspectives. 3. Stephen Hart, “Cidade de Deus,” 203-210 in A Companion…. Bus 174 (2002) — Brazil Readings: 1. Excerpt from Alma Guillermoprieto’s The Heart That Bleeds “Mexico City” pgs.237-258. 2. “The Drive-by Victim” in Citizens of Fear: Urban Violence in Latin America. pgs.130-137. 3. “I saw a City Invincible” pgs xi – 57.