LLAS 3-Year Course Rotation
LLAS Course Schedules
LLAS 101 INTRODUCTION TO LATINO AND LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
DAYS: TR 1:40 - 2:55 p.m.
DAYS: M 6:10 - 8:50 p.m.
Taught at our Bryn Mawr and El Centro campuses, Introduction to Latino and Latin American Studies focuses on the commonalities and differences among what are broadly considered “Latinos,” the people of Latin American origin living in the Unites States. The term Latino encompasses peoples from over 20 different nations with distinct histories, customs, and blends of indigenous, European, African, and other ancestries. This course will have a transnational approach, studying Latin Americans and Latinos across national boundaries.
MEETS GEN ED REQUIREMENT – SOCIAL BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
PUERTO RICANS AND THE CARRIBEAN
TR 9:25 - 10:40 p.m.
Instructor: Jose Lopez
This course is an overview of the history and politics of the people in the Caribbean and/or in the U.S. with ancestral or migratory ties to the Caribbean. It focuses on regional, class, gender and racial considerations shaping the lives of the inhabitants of this geographic region.
QUEER LATIN AMERICAN NARRATIVE & FILM
MW 12:55 - 2:10 p.m.
ROOM: FA 218
Instructor: Brandon Bisbey
This course explores the representation of sexual diversity and gender nonconformity in Latin American cultural production (narrative and film) from a perspective informed by feminist theory, LGBT studies and queer theory. Students critically engage these theoretical paradigms while developing research skills and proficiency in oral and written expression through class assignments, including a final research paper.
For more information contact Brandon P. Bisbey, firstname.lastname@example.org.