LLS 360 A - Contemporary US Latina/o Lit
Focuses on the major U.S. Latina/Latino writers and texts and their depictions of the events that have shaped 20th-and 21st-Century U.S. Latina/Latino cultures.
Topic: The course will focus on the most recent publications of canonical Chicano/Latino writers: Richard Rodriguez, Junot Diaz, Luis Alberto Urrea, among others. The students will focus on how these writers navigate contemporary discussions on immigration, identity, me-too movement, social constructions of masculinity, etc. Students will learn how a focused analysis of gender, ethnicity and class affects the construction of Latino identity formation.
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Course Level: Undergraduate