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Undergraduate Chicano Studies

2012 Fall Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO STUDIES (DV)(GE)

Chicano Studies 150

Identifies and interprets internal and external cultural experiences converging to form the present day Chicano.


3 Units

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)


3 Units

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.

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