REBECCA HORN

REBECCA HORN portrait
  • Associate Professor, History
  • Director of Latin American Studies Program

Teaching

Current Courses

Fall 2017

  • HIST 1300-001 Latin Amer Civ To 1820s (Student Feedback)
    Location: SFEBB 3160 (Spencer Fox Eccles Busn Bldg)
  • HIST 4990-001 The Americas after 1492
    Location: WEB 1450 (Warnock Engineering Building)

Courses I Teach

  • History 1300 - Latin American Civilization to the 1820s.
    This course introduces students to central themes in Latin American civilization from the time of the Colombian voyages to the movements for independence in the 1820s. First half of a two-semester sequence.
  • History 1310 - Latin American Civilization Since the 1820s.
    This course introduces students to central themes in Latin American civilization from the movements of independence in the 1820s to the present. Second half of a two-semester sequence.
  • History 4290 - Americas After Columbus.
    Examines patterns of cross-cultural influence among Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans in a variety of colonial settings throughout the early modern Americas.