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LET 262
U.S. Latino Literature and Culture

A study of U.S. Latino literature and culture with special emphasis on the 20th century. Works by Chicano, Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban, Dominican, and other authors writing in the U.S. will be analyzed. By examining works of fiction, poetry, theater, and popular culture, attention will be given to gender, class, and ethnicity in the representations of the experience of U.S. Latinos. The course will introduce critical concepts for the study of Latino/a literature and culture.

Course Credit:
4

Instructor(s):
Carlota Caulfield, Staff

Note(s):
Offered fall or spring. Check course schedule for availability.
Open to seniors only.

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Last Updated: 7/12/17