Davíd Carrasco and María Luisa Parra
An introduction to the multiple ways the Latino diaspora is challenging and contributing to the revitalization of the cultural, religious and democratic processes in the United States. Special focus on migration histories to and from Latin America, cultural exchange and social practices in families, citizenship, the arts and religious traditions. Attention to the robust debates about immigration reform, ethnic identity, Dreamers, education, bilingualism, and American cultures as cores and borderlands.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Anthropology 1648
Tue Thu 11am-12pm
Course location to be announced.
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