Re-Imagining Community in Latin America (LACS*6020 ) | College of Arts

Re-Imagining Community in Latin America (LACS*6020 )

Code and section: LACS*6020 *01

Term: Winter 2020

Instructor: G.Yovanovich


This graduate seminar examines recent developments in community theory, studying representative works of literature, film, and music that re-imagine the ideas and formations of Latino, Latin American and Caribbean communities. Students going an exchange may replace this course with a similar course taken at the exchange university.

Calendar course descriptions with pre-requisites and restrictions can be found in the Graduate Calendar

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