CHST128 CH - Latinx Citizenship: Race and Migration

When Offered: Each fall
Instructor(s): A. Zimmerman
Credit: 1

This course examines the normative and political dilemmas of citizenship and belonging through the lived experiences of Latino/a communities in the United States. We will read legal and political theory, feminist and Latino critical theory, as well as ethnographies and case studies that examine how citizenship is embodied and enacted beyond its legal parameters. We will focus on race, migration, globalization, and settler colonialism have shaped American conceptions of citizenship and how racialized communities have resisted, subverted, and transformed ideas of membership.
Satisfies the following General Education Requirement(s), subject to conditions explained in the Degree Requirements section of this Catalog:
PO Area 3 Requirement;PO Speaking Intensive

This course information is from the 2023-2024 Pomona College Catalog. View this catalog.

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