COLL-E 104 29243 Latinos and Other Immigrants (De La Cova) (3 cr.) (S&H)

This class meets for the second 8-weeks only.

An analysis of Latino immigration to the United States with a special emphasis on the diversity of the immigration experience by national origin, region of settlement, and gender. In order to understand this experience, we will pay particular attention to the histories of Latino immigration to the United States in order to identify similarities between the receptions of Latino immigrant groups and other immigrants in history. We will also discuss predominant theories of international immigration, relationships between the historical and contemporary context, immigration policy, and the adaptation of Latino immigrants in the U.S. The course syllabus appears at: