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CHILATST 126: Intersectional In(equalities): Latina/o(x) Families in the U.S.

This course will critically examine the social, cultural, political, economic, educational and health experiences of the multiplicity of Latina/o(x) families in the United States. Thorough examinations of readings, podcasts, and films students will discuss the family experience among Latina/o(x) groups in the U.S. and as they maintain transnational ties. With an emphasis on Mexican and Central American undocumented and mixed-status families, we will discuss the roles of immigration law, citizenship, structures, institutions and norms in shaping family life. We will interlay questions of power and resistance among Latina/o(x) individuals and families as they navigate intersectional in(equalities) that stem from the saliency of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, immigration status, labor, socioeconomic status, education and health in their daily lives.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-4
Instructors: Leon, L. (PI)
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