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Mexican-American Studies

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Effective Spring 2017. Previous descriptions may have had different requirements. Have questions? See an advisor.
MAS105 Introduction to Chicano Studies Credit Hours: 3.00
Chicano(a) life in historical context since 1848. Includes defining Chicano(a) ideologies and realities from an interdisciplinary perspective. Also includes Chicano(a) history and culture within the world systems of Native Americans, New Spain, Mexico and the United States.
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Information: Same as HIS 105.
Offered: Spring.
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MAS127 History and Culture of the Mexican-American in the Southwest Credit Hours: 3.00
Historical survey of Mexicano(a)/Chicano(a) people from their indigenous origins in Meso-America and the Gran Chichimeca to the present in the United States. Includes historical writings, movements north under Spain and Mexico, repression and resistance. Also covers the political, economic, religious and social movements of the 19th, 20th and early 21st centuries.
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Information: Same as ANT 127 and HIS 127.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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MAS201 La Chicana Credit Hours: 3.00
Interdisciplinary analysis of Chicanas/Mexicanas' status in the United States. Includes Chicana/Mexicana scholarship and Social Justice Movements, and Chicana/Mexicana feminism in the Southwest, Chicana/Mexicana community empowerment, Chicanas/Mexicanas on the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Information: Same as GWS 201.
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
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