ENG 339 Latinx Literature

Literary and cultural works by persons of Latin American descent living in the U.S.A., though often identifying by nationality (Mexican, Puerto Rican, Dominican, Colombian, Cuban, Honduran, Guatemala) or region (Borderlands, Southwest, Nuyorican, Caribbean).  Particular focus on a pan-ethnic Latinx identity encompassing diverse national groups as opposed to racial, class, historical, political, religious and other distinctions. From the colonial era to the present.   

Credits:

3

Hours

3

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Offered

Fall-Spring

Prerequisite

Departmental permission.

Cross Listed Courses

LEH ENG 339/LAC 339