Latino Studies | Introduction to Latino History
L102 | 18356 | J. Nieto-Phillips
MW 9:30-10:45 a.m.
(3 cr) (Carries S&H and Culture Studies Credit)
Meets with History A100
Professor John M. Nieto-Phillips, Instructor
General inquiry into the historical and cultural heritage of
Latina/os who have lived or are currently living in what is today
the United States. Through readings and discussion of major texts,
this course studies varied histories of Mexican, Puerto Rican,
Cuban, and other Latin American peoples in the U.S., with a special
view toward convergence and congruencies along political and
cultural lines. Students will develop an understanding of the
impact and the roles played by Latino men and women in the formation
and development of U.S. society.
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