US Latino Literature

HISP-S435 - Prof. Guzmán — spring 2020

S435 Course description photo
Instructor
R. Andrés Guzmán
Location
GA 0013
Days and Times
TR 9:30A-10:45A
Course Description

Prerequisite:  HISP-S 328 or Consent of Department.

This course will deepen student’s knowledge of Latina/o literary and cultural production. By closely analyzing the interactions between content, form, and context, we will develop grounded readings attuned to factors that shape particular Latina/o experiences in the United States. Some of the factors to which we will pay particular attention include race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, immigration, citizenship, rights, nation/nationalism, the politics of language, and histories of U.S. imperialism within and between Latina/o groups.

This course carries CASE A H Breadth of Inquiry credit and CASE DUS2 Diversity in the US credit.

HISP- S 435     #30152      9:30A-10:45A     TR   GA 0013   Prof. Andrés Guzmán

Note: The above class meets with HISP-S 498 Readings for Honors, #30154.

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