ILAS summer and winter intensive subjects 2018-2019
The Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS) offers summer and winter intensive subjects.
The subjects are:
- worth 15 credit points (full semester credit) at second or third year
- all on HECS (CSP)
- electives to fast-track your degree (Colleges of ASSC and SHE)
- open to the general public and students from other universities.
The subjects are delivered over 5 x 6 hours sessions held on Saturdays.
Times: 10am-1pm, Lunch 1pm-2pm, 2pm-5pm
Place: Bundoora Campus - Room TBA
|Summer Subject 2018: January/February|
LAS2BRZ: BRAZIL-History, Development, Culture and the Amazon.Australia's only Brazilian history subject
|Winter Subject 2018: June/July|
LAS3CAM: Conquest of the Americas-Aztecs, Maya and IncasAustralia's only history subject covering the Aztecs & Maya of Mexico and the Incas of Peru
|Summer Subject 2019: January/February|
LAS3TSS: Tango, Samba, Salsa & Society: The History of Latin America through Music, Food & DrugsAustralia's only subject on the political, economic, and social histories of Latin America using music.
|Winter Subject 2019: June/July|
LAS2JAC: From Pirates to Reggae - The History of Jamaica and the CaribbeanAustralia's only Caribbean history subject
Dr Ralph Newmark
Director, Institute of Latin American Studies at La Trobe University, (ILAS)
Phone: 03 9479 1142