Chicanx/Latinx Literature

This course examines Chicanx/Latinx literature, including fiction, poetry, and critical essays through a comparative, regional, and interdisciplinary approach. Through our study of Chicanx/Latinx literature, we will underscore the relationship between place and identity for Chicanx/Latinx peoples of the Southwest, West, and Midwest; and we will consider how written texts reflect social, political, and historical contexts. We will read literature that crosses a wide temporal sequence to discuss how Chicanx/Latinx authors have, and continue to address, issues of colonialism, race, class, gender, and sexuality. Throughout the course, we will also examine how the increasing U.S. presence of Chicanx/Latinx peoples is radically reshaping the American literary canon. Meets the Critical Learning: AIM requirement. (Not offered 2022-23).

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: AIM

1 unit

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 4 Chicanx/Latinx Literature Karen Roybal Tutt Library 317 25 / 15 05/17/2022
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