CSER UN3701 US Latina/o Cultural Production. 4 points.
Enrollment limited to 22.
The course will investigate the possibility that hybrid constructions of identity among Latinos in the U.S. are the principal driving force behind the cultural production of Latinos in literature and film. There will be readings on the linguistic implications of “Spanglish” and the construction of Latino racial identity, followed by examples of literature, film, music, and other cultural production that provide evidence for bilingual/bicultural identity as a form of adaptation to the U.S. Examples will be drawn from different Latino ethnicities from the Caribbean, Mexico, and the rest of Latin America.
Spring 2018: CSER UN3701
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|CSER 3701||001/63931||T 4:10pm - 6:00pm
613 Hamilton Hall