Exploring Latino Identity in the Twentieth Century
Exploring Latino Identity in the Twentieth Century. Interdisciplinary exploration of the formation of Latino identities over the course of the twentieth century, focusing largely on Mexican-American identities but also considering the experiences of South America, Central American, and Caribbean immigrants to the United States. Uses a wide range of sources, including histories, novels, films, journalistic reports, and ethnographic studies. One course.
CCI, CZ, W
Emotions and Psychology of the Self, Race and Ethnicity
Global and Comparative, United States and Canada