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Chicana/o Arts & Ideas

Summer Session 2020: July 27-August 18

Description

An overview of Chicana/o art, literature, and ideology. The course examines the trajectory of the Chicano Movement and follows the development of artistic and intellectual culture down to contemporary times. We explore how Chicano literature asks enduring and universal questions and at the same time reflects a specific historical and cultural reality that is fundamental to the United States experience. Reading, discussions, and reports are in English (with some code-switching in Spanish).

Class Notes

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Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Junco, Victoria I
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
1167
Course
HUMN 254 -
SECT 701
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $302 / unit
Capacity
4/20
Class Meeting Dates

07/27/2020 - 08/18/2020

Days

Times

Registration

Class Fee: $906.00
HUMN 254 - SECT 701

Chicana/o Arts & Ideas

Class: 1167 Units: 3 Fees: $906.00

M-F 07/27/2020 - 08/18/2020

An overview of Chicana/o art, literature, and ideology. The course examines the trajectory of the Chicano Movement and follows the development of artistic and intellectual culture down to contemporary times. We explore how Chicano literature asks enduring and universal questions and at the same time reflects a specific historical and cultural reality that is fundamental to the United States experience. Reading, discussions, and reports are in English (with some code-switching in Spanish).

Class Notes

An overview of Chicana/o art, literature, and ideology. The course examines the trajectory of the Chicano Movement and follows the development of artistic and intellectual culture down to contemporary times. We explore how Chicano literature asks enduring and universal questions and at the same time reflects a specific historical and cultural reality that is fundamental to the United States experience. Reading, discussions, and reports are in English (with some code-switching in Spanish).

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Junco, Victoria I
Location
WWW ONLINE