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SPAN 273: Cultural Heritage of the Hispanic U.S.

Students examine the diverse elements that have shaped the cultures of U.S. Hispanics through an exploration of political, social, economic, religious, and artistic topics. They develop skills in critical analysis through reading, discussion, and written and/or oral projects. The course features the study of selected literary and non-literary texts, including at least one substantive literary work. Taught in Spanish. Counts toward race and ethnic studies major and concentration.
Prerequisite: SPAN 250.

Ancient Studies

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...programs. In scope it spans the more than...Letters, His Gospel REL 273 Hebrew Prophets in...

Latin American Studies

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...toward the concentration. These include SPAN 272 , SPAN 273 , and SPAN 274 (when taught with...

Management Studies

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...in Software Design CSCI 273 Operating Systems CSCI...373 Ethnographic Research Methods SPAN 250 Gateway to...

Medieval Studies

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...programs. In scope it spans the more than...263 Medieval Art ART 273 Religion, Royalty & Romantics...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Sociology of Music) SPAN 273 Cultural Heritage of the Hispanic U.S. SPAN 276 Spanish...