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Spring 2014 Courses

Spring 2014 LLS Course List - Latina/Latino Studies

Spring 2014

DEPARTMENT OF LATINA/LATINO STUDIESSpring 2014 CoursesSATISFIES GENERAL EDUCATION CRITERIA:*AC = Advance Composition*HP = Historical & Philosophical Perspectives*LA = Literature and the Arts*SC = Social Sciences*US = US Minority Culture(s)SATISTIFIES LLS MAJOR AND MINOR THEMATIC AREAREQUIREMENTS:(code is in parenthesis next to course title)A = Literature, Media, & Culture courseB = Race, Gender, & Sexuality CourseC = History, Politics, & Society CourseLLS 100 Intro Latina/Latino Studies*SS *USInterdisciplinary introduction to the basis for a Latina/Latino ethnicity in the United States. Topics include immigration and acculturationexperiences and their commonalities and differences, comparison of Latina/Latino experiences to those of other racial, ethnic andimmigrant groups, and the potential for a pan-ethnic identity.3 hoursCRN# 36897 DIS AD1 2:00-2:50 R 132 Davenport Hall Coronel, E.CRN# 36898 DIS AD2 4:00-4:50 R 132 Davenport Hall Coronel, E.CRN# 36901 LEC AL1 1:00-1:50 MW 328 Bevier Hall Molina, I.LLS 220 Mexican & Latin Am Migration (C)(same as SOC 221)*SCGeneral overview of international migration to the United States, using Latin American migration to the U.S., especially the Midwest, asthe focal point. Topics discussed include the history of international migration to the United States, the relationship between thehistory and contemporary context, the development of U.S. immigration policy, the incorporation of Latino immigrants in U.S. society,and immigrant and community responses to migration.3 hoursCRN# 40326 LCD A 12:30-1:50 TR 326 David Kinley Hall Viruell-Fuentes, E.LLS 265 Politics of Hip Hop (B)(same as AAS 265)Examines hip hop as politics, culture, and commodity. Emphasis given to hip hop’s relation to urban spaces deeply impacted by statesurveillance, cuts in social welfare programs, immigration, and the global restructuring of capital. Also considers the viability of a“politics of hip hop” in the wake of the music’s rising value as a global commodity and analyzes hip hop as a transnational site in whichgendered and sexual identities are created, contested, and rearticulated.3 hoursCRN# 60382 LCD A 2:00-3:20 TR 326 David Kinley Hall Coyoca

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