CHST 112 5 credits Chican@ Experience in Contemporary Society
Examines contemporary, Chicano [Mexican-American] experiences within a historical context. Beginning with ancient Mesoamericans' civilizations through European conquest and up to contemporary issues students will engage in the following areas of scholarly inquiry: immigration; political participation, economic development; race, class, culture, nationalism, and civil rights. Prerequisites: eligibility for ENGL& 101 and eligibility for MATH 093.
CHST 120 5 credits Identity, Art and Culture
Critically investigates the production and consumption of Chicano/a forms of culture/identity. Examines Chicano/a culture as a dynamic process, which includes theater, literature, poetry, art, film and music.
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