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Comparative study of three of the largest Latino communities in the United States: Chicanos, Cuban-Americans, and Puerto Ricans. Topics will include an exploration of the cultural identities of each of these communities, focusing notions of ethnicity, race, religion, as well as economic and social class distinctions. Taught in English.

Program: World Languages and Cultures

Credit: 3

Other Courses

WLC-599

Independent Study

Independent Study

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-6

WLC-401

Methods, Technology and…

Students will learn foreign language teaching and learning…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 3

WLC-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-5

WLC-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-3

WLC-382

Masterpieces of Spanish…

This course covers readings from the 18th century…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 3

WLC-383

Spanish American Literature…

Readings from major writings of Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia,…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 3