Undergraduate Latinx Studies
2020 Spring Term
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INTRODUCTION TO CHICANX STUDIES
Latinx Studies 150
Identifies and interprets internal and external cultural experiences converging to form the present day Chicanx.
INTRODUCTION TO CHICANX LITERATURE
Latinx Studies 200
Identifies and interprets Chicanx literature in a social and historical context giving students an introduction to literature written by and about Chicanxs.
INTRODUCTION TO U.S. LATINX LITERATURE
Latinx Studies 202
The course will present students with the diverse U.S. Latinx experiences, by introducing them to texts that examine literary works by authors of Latino/Latina backgrounds, in their historical context and cultural context.
Latinx Studies 310
Interprets historical events of the U.S. and their impact on the Chicanx emphasizing 19th century roots and 20th century development. Takes an in depth look at implications of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and 20th century Mexican immigration.