LITR 075S. Debates in Latinx Culture: Today and Tomorrow
Crosslisted with SPAN 075 .
This advanced course on Latinx culture focuses on contemporary debates and polemical issues involving Latinx cultural production and representation. In a colloquium and seminar style, students will discuss a wide range of thought-provoking topics such as social movements and the political participation of Latinos; new trends in film and media; the politics of the literary market; social media presence; new linguistic and bilingual developments; fashion, music, and the commodification of identity politics in popular culture; among other controversial topics that are fundamentally shaping the presence and impact of Latinx in the US and the world, today and tomorrow. This course is taught in English.
Note: Spanish courses taught in English (LITR.S courses) do not count towards the Spanish minor. One Spanish course taken in English may count towards the Spanish major.
Eligible for LALS, GLBL-Paired, INTP
Catalog chapter: http://www.swarthmore.edu/spanish
Department website: Spanish
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