Professors: Maureen Dolan, John Rector Associate professor: Jamie Marroquin
To provide students with a broad knowledge base and the intellectual tools to understand the central questions, applications and languages relevant to this field of inquiry. Courses focus on comparative topic issues, discipline specific approaches and practicum/experiential learning opportunities.
Explain the cultural dynamics of Mexican and Hispanic origin people in the U.S.
Integrate the lenses of history, social sciences and language studies to analyze topics and issues involving the Latino and Chicano communities.
Apply academic skills in Oregon’s Latino and Latin American communities.
Select four courses, at least one in social science and one in humanities. In the case of the humanities courses, we recommend that you choose one language and one culture/literature course: