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HIST 1610 AI - The Latinx Experience

Credits: (3)
Description: This course provides a general introduction to the history of Latinx in the United States from the era of Contact to the present day. Even before this country existed as a republic, people from “Hispanic” and Indo-America had been incorporated into the culture, history, and occupational fabric of what would become the United States. Yet larger society and, oftentimes, the government, have frequently perceived Latinx as racially and culturally “alien.” This course will examine how people of Latin American heritage have adjusted to, been integrated by, assimilated, resisted, and adapted to these forces in the United States over past centuries, creating new identities in the process.



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