Undergraduate Chicano Studies
2012 Fall Term
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INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO STUDIES (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 150
Identifies and interprets internal and external cultural experiences converging to form the present day Chicano.
CONTEMPORARY CHICANO LITERATURE (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 201
Analyzes contemporary Chicano drama, fiction, and poetry within their cultural and historical context: examined from a traditional formalist approach and as a human expression. (Also offered as ENGLISH 201)
POLITICS OF THE CHICANO (DV)(GE)
Chicano Studies 320
A comprehensive analysis of Chicano life as it relates to U.S. governmental institutions. Chicanos are presented in terms of their political, social, and religious affiliations; their economic and occupational status; and their family life and language relationships to the U.S. Federal System of Government. This study views Chicanos from two separate perspectives: as a self-contained ethnic minority and as a part of the broader U.S. population.