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The Chicano/Latino Historical Experience (Winter 2023)
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|Tu Th||1:00PM-2:50PM||ZOOM||M. Mendoza|
- Winter 2023 lasts from Monday, January 2, 2023 to Friday, March 17, 2023
- Examines the diversity that resides within the Chicano, Mexicano, Latino, Hispanic and Caribbean cultural experience in the Americas, beginning from pre-Columbian times to the present. Covers pre-Columbian heritage, Spanish colonization, American conquest in the Mexican-American War and the Spanish American War, the Mexicans' role in American labor, Bracero Program, and the Chicano Movement. The class will provide a framework for understanding the ways in which distinctive social and cultural patterns arose, thus bringing awareness of contemporary expressions of identity and their historical origins. Fulfills cultural literacy requirement within the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Dual numbered as SOC235.
- Zoom Classes: Class will meet during the listed times via Zoom. Information about Zoom-based classes will be available in the course Blackboard shell on the first day of the term. All teachers expect students to participate in the class on the first day of the term. Students not participating during the first day may be subject to administrative drop. Students should have access to a web cam and audio capabilities on their computer to fully participate in a Zoom class. Some Zoom classes are delivered in hybrid format and will have additional course participation requirements outside of Zoom sessions.
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