Courses in Chicana And Chicano Studies

Term:
Syllabus Course Instructors Course title
Summer session A
CHICANO 10A-1 Robert, Romero Introduction to Chicana/Chicano Studies: History and Culture
CHICANO 100SL-1 Gonzalez, Omar Barrio Organization and Service Learning
CHICANO M102-1 Mares-Tamayo, Michaela / Lucero, Iris Mexican Americans and Schools
Restricted syllabus (only enrolled students) CHICANO M116-1 Hernandez, Alexandro Chicano/Latino Music in U.S.
CHICANO M130-1 Narro, Victor Worker Center Movement: Next Wave Organizing for Justice for Immigrant Workers
CHICANO M155A-1 Lacayo, Celia Latinos in U.S.
CHICANO 180-1 Haro, Carlos Chicana and Chicano Schooling and Community Activism
CHICANO M183-2 Avila, Eric R. History of Los Angeles
CHICANO 188-1 Rodriguez Vega, Silvia Patricia Special Courses in Chicana and Chicano Studies: Barrio-Based Arts: Social Justice and Intersectional Solidarity through Chicana and Chicano Art
Summer session C
CHICANO 10B-1 Caraves, Jacqueline Introduction to Chicana/Chicano Studies: Social Structure and Contemporary Conditions
CHICANO CM106-2 Cobian, Katie Health in Chicano/Latino Population
Syllabus (login required) CHICANO M108A-1 Warden, Nolan Music of Latin America: Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean Isles
Syllabus (login required) CHICANO M114-1 Oliva-Alvarado, Karina Chicanos in Film/Video
CHICANO 151-1 Verches, Richard Human Rights in Americas
CHICANO CM182-1 Espino, Virginia Understanding Whiteness in American History and Culture
CHICANO 188-2 Rivera, Kendy Denisse Special Courses in Chicana and Chicano Studies: Transfrontera: Introduction to U.S.-Mexico Transborder Studies
CHICANO 191-4 Valenzuela Jr., Abel Variable Topics Research Seminars: Chicana and Chicano Studies: Exploring Ethnic Los Angeles: Race and Place
CHICANO 193-1 Valenzuela Jr., Abel Readings/Speaker Series Seminars: Chicana and Chicano Studies