Course Details - SPN 4133 Sec 01 - Hispanics in the U.S.

Term:
FA-19
Instructor(s):
Dr. William Clary;
Instruction Mode:
In Person
Schedule:
TR 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm - BOR 203
Maximum Enrollment:
15
Current Enrollment:
3
Lab Fee:
NA
Description:
This English-language course centers on the cultural and historical analysis of the diverse nationalities/groups within the United States that are connoted within the more encompassing term “Hispanic.” This course examines the origins of at least six distinctive Hispanic groups that reside within different regions of the United States, and explores the cultural, linguistic, and political impacts of Hispanic transnationalism in the United States. Students who take the course for upper-level credit are required to complete additional research and writing assignments.

Textbook(s):
Textbook information is not available for this course.