UCL students registered in other
Departments (for example: History, Geography, Spanish and Latin American Studies, etc.) can take undergraduate
elective modules here at UCL-Institute of the Americas (UCL-IA).
To give yourself the best chance of taking your preferred courses, you are advised to investigate your options and the registration procedures carefully by contacting the host department and the Institute of the Americas as far in advance as possible.
Modules available 2013-2014:
HIST7361 Race and Resistance in
Black Atlantic Thought (Fall 2013) with Dr Kate Quinn
HIST7362 Histories of
Exclusion: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America, c.1800-1950 (Spring 2014) with Dr Paulo Drinot
|HIST7355 Richard Nixon and Watergate (Spring 2014) with Prof Iwan Morgan|
AMERG3001 Environmental Issues,
Movements and Policies in the Americas (Spring 2014) with Dr Graham Woodgate
Assessment varies from module to module, please see details under each specific module.
All inquiries about undergraduate modules at UCL-IA should be directed to the Post Graduate Officer, Ms Laura Tunstall:
Phone: 020 7679 9746
Internal extension: 09746