Section Info: CRPE-180-01

Course Title: Introduction to Latinx Studies: Structural Inequalities
Start Date: 09/06/2023 End Date: 12/19/2023
Term: Fall Semester 2023
Description: The course is an overview of the social conditions of Latinx people within the US. It addresses laws, policies and institutions that shape the complexity of Latinxes' social location and activism as well as legal constructions of race, citizenship, nomenclature, border politics, public health, education, and labor. We will consider the intersections of class, gender and sexuality as well as inequality in relation to other persons of color. Students will develop a firm sense of the importance and breadth of the Latinx political agenda and acquire skills to think across social issues. The course may include a Community Based Learning (CBL) Mentor.
Distribution(s): III - Social Sciences , MP - Multicultural Perspectives , CBL - Community-Based Learning
Academic Level Of Course: Undergraduate     Credits:4.00    

Faculty         Phone         Email address        
Maria Diaz     

Meeting Dates         Method         Meeting days         Meeting times         Building name         Room     Frequency    
09/06/2023 - 12/19/2023   Lecture   Monday and Wednesday   11:30AM - 12:45PM   CLAP - Clapp Laboratory   203   Weekly


Requisite Courses        

Additional Comments        
Course Tags        
CRPE0001   CRPE-1: CRPE - Major Pathway/Minor   This course has been approved to count towards the CRPE major pathway and the CRPE minor.  
CRPE0004   CRPE-4: Latinx Studies - Minor   This course has been approved to count towards the CRPE Latinx Studies minor.  
CRPE0006   CRPE-PE: People, Power, Place Courses   This course has been approved to count towards the CRPE People, Power, Place requirement.  

Cross-listed Sections        

Course Availability
Section status: Closed     Capacity: 18     Enrollment: 18     Available: 0     Waitlist: 0


Book List         Required         Publisher Full Price        
To be determined.                    

Additional Book Comments        
This is NOT the complete book list for this class.