[CRIS 140] Intro to Latinx Studies (C,E)
This course examines topics related to the Latinx experience in the United States. Using films, documentaries, multidisciplinary writings and/or literary pieces, this course also focuses on particular Latinx sub-populations in the United States, on identity and ethnicity, immigration, as well as issues relating to language, gender and sexuality, social movements, and/or politics. Students are required to spend time at an assigned field site to engage directly with local Latinx members. May be repeated for credit if topic is different. Taught in English or Spanish. Prerequisite: Spanish 240 or consent of instructor.