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