Overview of the historical, political and socio-cultural experience of the Chicano. (F, S, SS) (Gen Ed: HS, GT-HI1) (CC)
This course traces the culture and historical development of the southwestern United States, including cultural contributions of the American Indian and Hispanic peoples. (F, S) (Gen Ed: HS, GT-HI1) (CC)
Survey of outstanding contemporary Chicano works. Literature deals with Chicano themes, including analysis of folklore and myth. (*) (Gen Ed: H, GT-AH2) (CC)
Social and psychological forces faced in the Chicano community. (F) (Gen Ed: SS, GT-SS3) (CC)
The Mexican Folkloric Ballet class is designed with the interest of learning the history and art of an important part of Mexican culture, "Dance." (*) Repeatable (9).
Topics in Chicano studies, identified by student/faculty interest. Prior work in Chicano studies desirable. (*) Repeatable (99).
Chicano experience in the American labor market from 1848 to present. (*) (*)
A social cultural and historical overview of the Chicana experience and contributions. (F, S)
Health care traditions and current health care systems in the barrio. (S)
Survey of Chicana writers from the early 1900s to the present. Along with the literature, aspects of history, sociology and politics will be incorporated. (*)
This course surveys the major political, economic, social and cultural developments of Mexico from pre-Columbian times to the present. (S, E)
This course focuses on Third World women's challenging views of global feminism and feminist representations of other women. (*)
This course will highlight the contributions of people of color throughout the history of the United States. Prerequisite: Junior or senior level standing. (F, S)
Students will develop a project in which they will develop and execute a research assignment related to ethnicity, gender, or diversity. Prerequisite: Senior level standing; permission of the instructor. (*)
History of the Mexican cession to the U.S. from its Indian and Hispanic origins to the present. (S, O)
Topics in Chicano Studies, identified by student/faculty interest. Prior work in Chicano Studies desirable. (*) Repeatable (99).
Special topics dealing with the Chicano and society. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. (F, S, SS)
For students with advanced standing. Practical experience through internships in government, business, and other community organizations. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. (S)