Visual Cultures and Industries in Latin America
Follows transformations in Latin American visual cultures and culture industries since the 1930s, from the liberal to the neoliberal era. Throughout this history, who controls visual media production and how does this control relate to democracy? Have recent alliances between Indigenous groups and social movements to introduce new Media Laws successfully widened participation and challenged corporate media ownership?
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LATINAM 210: 15 points
45 points in BA courses or approval of Programme Coordinator