|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||U.S. LATINO/a LITERATURE|
|Prerequisites||ENG102, ENL 102, ENG102E, ENL102ESL, ENG103, ENL 103, ENG106H, or ENL106H and at least one course at the 200-level or permission of the chairperson|
This course examines U.S. Latino/a literary achievements in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, considering the various literary traditions, such as Chicano/a, Nuyorican, Cuban-American, and Dominican-American, that together make up U.S. Latino/a literature. The focus will be on common concerns of U.S. Latino/a writers such as ethnic identity and minority status, prejudice and discrimination, immigration and migration, bilingualism and linguistic hybridity, machismo and gender roles. Not open to students who have received credit for ENG389.