LLS 296 FN - Topics Latina/o Studies - Race, Gender, Music
Course examines specific topics in Latina/Latino Studies not addressed in regularly offered courses. Examples include theories of ethnic identity, historical foundations, cultural expression, and relevant topics in public policy studies of Latina/Latino communities. Course Information: May be repeated in same or separate terms to a maximum of 6 hours.
Platform for this course will be Compass. Topic: Race, Gender, Music. Meets with AAS 299 and GWS 295. This course examines the relationship between music, social formation, and politics. We will consider how musical cultures shape relations of race, gender, sexuality and nation, by exploring the dynamic processes of musical production, consumption, and exchange. The course will develop a critical analysis of the politics of musical and cultural practice through music history, cultural studies, musicology, and sound studies.
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Course Level: Undergraduate