AHIS 288 Borderlands: Latino/Latinas in US
Course covers Latino & Latina society in the U.S. from the Spanish/Mexican colonization of the U.S. Southwest to contemporary immigration. The focus will be on culture and history after 1848 emphasizing new urban culture; the concept of the borderlands; changing patterns in U.S. immigration; and the heterogeneous nature of a group that includes Mexicans, Chicanos/Chicanas, Domicans, Puerto Ricans, and many others. Offered irregularly. (LA)
Cross-Listed as ALS 288.
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