Gendered Experiences in the Américas Borderlands

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C. Aburto Guzmán

Course Long Title

Gendered Experiences in the Américas Borderlands

Cross Listed Courses


Students become acquainted with film, comics, music, fiction and nonfiction narratives that engage border tensions and issues of immigration in English and Spanish. Concepts such as sense of place, mobility, and permanence; histories of place; place of enunciation; transnational historical memory of migration; and transnational historical networks are utilized as critical lenses to analyze gendered experiences of migration. Taught in Spanish. Prerequisite(s): one 200-level Hispanic studies course above HISP 211. Only open to juniors and seniors. Recommended background: HISP 230.

Writing Credit

No writing credit

INDS Program Relationship

IDAM - AMST Program, IDGS - GSS Program, IDLL - LALS Program

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Class Restriction

Exclude First Years, Exclude Sophomores