This humanities course introduces students to the cultures of LatinX populations in North America and their connections to Latin American civilizations. Key historical, political, economic and social factors will be considered alongside literature, visual art, cinema, and music reflecting the cultural identities of the diverse, Latin American peoples. Critical evaluation of traditions, colonialism, social issues, and immigration are compared to the experiences of LatinX populations in areas like Chicago and Aurora, IL.

Note: This course is taught in English.

Fall 2019
Credit
3.0
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
201HUM233.600
W
6:00pm-9:30pm
Course Location

Aurora Downtown, Room 316

Aurora Downtown Campus
Waubonsee Community College
18 S. River St.
Aurora, IL 60506-4134
(630) 801-7900

Acosta-Knutson

Reg Closed

Meets between: Sep. 16-Dec. 14