SPN 349 - Mexico and the Chicano Movement in the 20Th Century

Description
This course surveys a general, critical introduction to the political, social, and cultural changes in the Mexican society from the Pre-Columbian times to the present through art and literature. The course explores the concern that Mexican intellectuals have with social and political issues, and the impact that socio-political events have had on Mexico’s contemporary cultural achievements. The course will also present the opportunity to examine the social awareness of today’s Mexicans and the effect that this consciousness will have on the country’s relationship with the United States through Chicano art and literature.
Credits
3
Attributes
GE-Humanities-Cat Yr to FL12, GE-Multicult Aw-Cat Yr to FL12
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Spring 2016
Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
1