Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies
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Participating Faculty: Maria Agui Carter (VMA),?Kaysha Corinealdi (IN), Mneesha Gellman (IN), Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann (WLP), Tamera Marko (WLP)**, Vinicius Navarro (VMA), Mirta Tocci (IN).
This minor explores Latin American and Latinx political and cultural theory and practice in both historical and contemporary contexts throughout the Americas. The term “Latin American,” for the purposes of this minor, refers to Mexico, Central America, South America and the insular Caribbean. “Latinx,” pronounced “La-TEEN-x, is a gender-neutral term for referring to people of Latin American descent living in the United States. By way of an interdisciplinary approach to Latin American and Latinx intellectual and artistic traditions, students will critically engage with the legacies of colonialism, slavery, migration, and globalization that continue to pervade ways of being and interacting in Latin America and the United States. By looking at Latin American and Latinx culture on and across borders and in a range of contexts, this minor addresses the intersectionality of identities constructed between Latin America and the United States.
At least 16 credit hours in designated courses are required for this interdisciplinary minor. The core course, PL230 The United States and Latin America, is required.
- PL 230 - The United States and Latin America
- IN 360?-? Visual Art, Theatre, and Culture in Barcelona, Spain
- HI 310?-? Demystifying Revolutionaries: Race, Imperialism, and Transformative Change in Latin America*
- LI 213?-? Latin American Literature and Cinema
- LI 214?-? Latinx Literature
- LI 304?-? Rhetorical Mobility and Latin America: Art, Research, and Social Change
- LI 310?-? Advanced Topics in Latin American Literature
- LI 324?-? Latin American Short Fiction
- LI 362?-? Topics in U.S. Latinx Literature*
- LI 410?-? Imagining the Caribbean*
- PL 322?-? Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation*
- PL 410?-? Collective Action and Identity Politics
- VM 311?-? Latin American Cinema*
- VM 402?-? The Other in US Film and TV*
- VM 409?-? Magical Realism/Virtual Reality*
- VM 410?-? Latin American Art*
For the remaining 12 credits, students may choose from the following courses, at least one of which must be at the 300 or 400 level. Students are also encouraged but not required to study abroad?(Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, or Spain) and to continue Spanish language study.? (For additional classes, always check the semester registration listings.)
**Advisor for the minor