University of Calgary

HTST 467.02 - Mexico: Modern Nation:1824- Prese - Winter 2010

A social and economic history of Spain's most important colony, New Spain. Focus will be placed upon the introduction of European institutions, the great hacienda, mining, frontier expansion, regionalism, and the wars for independence. Mexico's national experience since independence. Special themes will include nineteenth century political and economic struggles, foreign interventionism, the twentieth century Mexican Revolution, regionalism, relations with the United States, and the rise of the modern republic.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-0)

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