Did you know that the United States now has over 50 million Spanish-speakers, making it the second largest Spanish-speaking population in the world, after Mexico?
In this course, we will explore the construction of the image of Spain for foreign consumption from the turn of the twentieth Century to the present.
This course will examine how both emigration and immigration have been portrayed in the Spanish literature and in others cultural manifestations since 1900 to the present.
This course examines how the experiences of African slaves since their arrival with colonizing Spaniards to the Americas in the 16th century, culturally shaped what is known today as Latin America.
In this service-learning course, you will learn with and from local Latinx immigrants as you volunteer two hours each week with a local organization that serves our immigrant community.
Learn the fundamentals of social entrepreneurship, a practice that seeks opportunities at the nexus of languages, cultures and communities.
In this course, we will engage with the diverse and unique ways writers and artists perform and tell stories about their Latinidad.
This seminar focuses on the implications, possibilities, and failures of a Latin America “of sex” or rather a Latin America “with a sexuality.”
This course will offer a cultural and critical perspective of the way ecology, natural disasters, and human actions are intrinsically intertwined.
In this course, we will study representations of animals in Latin American culture and examine why writers and artists thought with animals to work through human questions of gender, race, and sexuality.
This course examines the relationship between food, culture and society in colonial Spanish America and its impact on our society today.
In this course, we will study the aesthetic representations of sex and sexuality in Latin American literary and artistic work from the mid-twentieth century to the present.
该 indignados 运动标志着之前和在西班牙的当代史后。
What do tangible objects such as textiles, silverwork, maps, books, jewelry, paintings, clothing, furniture, kitchen utensils, and food tell us about the history and culture of Latin America?
This course will familiarize students with the broad trends and debates in Brazilian social and historical thought during the long 20th century. 当然英语授课
该 course will explore the politics, emotions and aesthetics of change in the context of modern and contemporary Spanish culture.
Buenos Aires. Mexico City. Bogotá. Rio de Janeiro. 该 Virtual City. How does one “read” the contemporary urban metropolis of Latin America, whether real or imagined?