Students examine various types of literary works that reflect the experience and construction of Latino ethnic and cultural identities in the United States. By studying works of U.S. Latino/Hispanic/Chicano literature, students explore both the particular and the universal: the struggle of writers within these ethnicities to establish voice and identity, as well as the place of these works in relation to other literatures in the United States. Lecture three hours per week.This course applies to the IAI General Education Core Curriculum Fine Arts and Humanities package. Prerequisite: Credit or enrollment in ENG 102.
Arts & Sciences Administration