Spring 2023
CRN: 14050
SPAN 3210 - Life & culture Hispanics In Us

A study of the life and culture of people of Hispanic origin who live in the United States. This course will examine the establishment and development in the U.S. of the culture of large groups of Hispanics, such as those of Cuban, Mexican, and Puerto Rican origin, as well as numerous others. Attention will be given to current manifestations of Hispanic culture in the arts, the media, education, and public life. This course fulfills the requirement for WES Level III Connections: Local and National Perspectives.

Additional Information

Campus: Kalamazoo County
Schedule Type: Lecture
Instructional Method: Traditional
Attribute: Diversity & Inclusion SLO           Local & National Perspectives           P4G: Foreign Languages           Written Communication SLO

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
(SPAN 3160  Minimum Grade of D  OR
 SPAN 316   Minimum Grade of D) AND

(SPAN 3170  Minimum Grade of D  OR
 SPAN 317   Minimum Grade of D)

Instructor(s): Jeffers, Lindsay (Primary)

Required and recommended course materials, including cost.

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