Latina/o/x and Chicana/o/x American Studies (LCAS)
LCAS 1 Introduction to Chicanx Studies
3 Units (Degree Applicable, CSU)
An introductory survey to disciplinary analysis of the historical, socio-political, economic, educational, cultural experiences, conditions, and influence related to the Chicanx population in the United States. This course examines key topics such as: Colonization, racialization, ethnicity, indigeneity, internal colonialism, sovereignty, (im)migration, citizenship, discrimination, assimilation, stratification, resistance, liberation movements, self-determination, creative and cultural production, and the intersection of racial, ethnic, gender, sexual identities.
|Fall 2022||29206||LCAS:1||MW||9:45am - 11:10am||A. Salinger||26A-2610|
|Fall 2022||29207||LCAS:1||MW||11:30am - 12:55pm||NotEntered-XXXX|
|Fall 2022||29208||LCAS:1||MW||1:15pm - 2:40pm||NotEntered-XXXX|
|Fall 2022||29209||LCAS:1||TR||9:45am - 11:10am||A. Salinger||26A-3881|
|Fall 2022||29210||LCAS:1||TR||1:15pm - 2:40pm||A. Salinger||26A-3881|
LCAS 25 Latino Politics in the United States
Latino (the group identified as Hispanic by the U.S. Census) political thought and action and how it is influenced and shaped by American institutions such as national, state, and local governments, federal and state constitutions, and United States Supreme Court decisions. Students may not earn credit for both LCAS 25 and POLI 25.