CHLT 072 CH -Central Americans in the U.S.


Institution: Pitzer

Description: This interdisciplinary survey of history and culture of Central Americans in the United States examines social, political and economic forces resulting in Central American migration and settlement. The class explores the intersectionality of race, class, gender and sexuality; transnational connections, identity formation, and the concept of 'Mestizaje', for indigenous and Afrodescendant groups.

Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.

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This course information is from the 2020 -2021 Pitzer Catalog. View this catalog.

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