During the program, you will take one course for a total of 6 UC Berkeley units.
Course: Ethnic Studies N180
Title: Forging the Mexican Nation: The Role of Race, Class, and Gender
Dates: June 12 - July 16, 2016
Instructor: Carlos Muñoz Jr., Ph.D.
Units: 6 units
Syllabus: Download PDF
The course will critically examine the diversity of cultures that emerged in Mexico before and after independence was won—cultures rooted in indigenous Mexico, Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The course will focus on the role of race, class, ethnicity, and gender in the formation of the Mexican Nation since the 1810 revolutionary war for independence. The course will end with a critical analysis of the 1910 Revolution and the role of intellectuals, specifically artists, in the post-revolutionary period and present day Mexico.
|This course satisfies the L&S International Studies breadth requirement. Please note that academic requirements may change. Consult with your college/major advisor to see which degree requirements this course may fulfill.|
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