LLAS 224-1 - The Chicano Movement

Term:  Fall 2017

Course:  LLAS 224-1 - The Chicano Movement

CRN: 13162


TIME:  12:15 – 1:30 p.m.

INSTRUCTOR: Victor Ortiz

This course is an analytical overview of socio political mobilizations of people of Mexican ancestry or origin in the U.S.A.

LLAS 312-1 - Introduction to the Barrio

Term:  Fall 2017

Course:  LLAS 312-1 - Introduction to the Barrio

CRN: 13163


TIME:  7:05 – 9:45 p.m.

INSTRUCTOR: Victor Ortiz

Improve your research skills while getting to know your own neighborhood as a scholar. This course will make extensive and intensive use of on-line resources. There will be only six classroom meetings. The rest of the course meetings will be conducted online. Most of the work will be done via electronic media and resources and include significant teamwork with your classmates.

Questions? Contact Victor Ortiz at V-Ortiz@neiu.edu or llas@neiu.edu


LLAS 346A-1 - Critical Writing in Sociology

Term:  Fall 2017

Course:  LLAS 346A-1 - Critical Writing in Sociology

CRN: 13395


TIME:  4:15 – 5:30 p.m.

INSTRUCTOR: Brett Stockdill

This course will focus on improving your writing skills while applying your sociological imagination to the topic of immigration. We will examine different sociological factors that shape the experiences of immigrants living in the United States and globally. There will be special emphases on immigrant health care and immigrant activism. This course satisfies the university’s Writing Intensive Program requirement and is required for all Sociology majors; it serves as an elective for Sociology minors as well as LLAS majors and minors.

Email Brett for more information: B-Stockdill@neiu.edu