Examines Chicana/Latina experiences as they intersect with race, class, gender, sexuality, and nation. Examines the work of Chicana/Latina writers, feminists, scholars, performers, artists, filmmakers, and activists. Focuses on issues such as immigration, labor, family, language, education, spirituality, identity, patriarchy, homophobia, and racism. Examination of social work practice with the elderly based on critical analysis of theories of the aging process. This course is crosslisted with WMST 473. Credit at the 600-level requires additional work.