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Spring 2023 LACSI Courses

LACS 2010: (2 Sections)    Multidisciplinary Latino/a Studies

Multidisciplinary study of the history, culture, and politics of Latino/as in the United States. Topics include, but are not limited to, barrio life, precarious labor, border policing, citizenship, exile, Latinidad, stereotypes, the American Dream, and empowerment.

Offered on Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM - 12:25PM & 12:45PM - 2:00PM

 

LACS (HIST) 2222:   Latin American and Caribbean History and Culture from 1800 to the Present

Offered on Tuesday/Thursday 9:35AM - 10:50AM

 

LACS 4280W:            Global Perspectives on Gender

The diverse social and cultural manifestations of gender located within an economic, social, and political context. Case studies drawn from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Offered on Tuesday/Thursday 9:35AM – 10:50AM

 

LACS(ANTH)(SOCI) 4311/6311:   Critical Concepts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Covers a range of theories and perspectives instrumental to Latin American and Caribbean Studies across disciplines and over time. Examples include dependency theory, liberation theology, subaltern studies, the decolonial turn, indigenous epistemologies, and Latin American feminisms. Concepts addressed may include colonialism, imperialism, coloniality, criollismo, indigenismo, mestizaje, hybridity, testimonio, and lo popular.

Offered on Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM – 12:25PM

 

LACS 4911:    Latin American and Caribbean Studies Senior Capstone Seminar

To enhance the knowledge gained and deepen the appreciation of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Students will demonstrate proficiency in the major regional language of choice.

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 9:35AM – 10:50AM

Additional Spring 2023 courses that count toward the LACS major

 

ALDR(AFST)(LACS) 3820H: Reflections on Fighting Hunger (Honors)

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 2:20PM – 3:35PM

 

ANTH 1102: Introduction to Anthropology

 

Multiple sections for this course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

EHSC 4400: Environmental Issues in the Developing World

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM – 12:25PM

 

GEOG 1101: Human Geography: People, Places, and Cultures

 

Multiple sections for this course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

GEOG 2010H: Introduction to Human Geography (Honors)

 

Offered Monday/Wednesday 1:25PM – 2:40PM

 

History 4211H: Cuba from Emancipation to Revolution (Honors)

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM – 12:25PM

 

HIPR 4000: Introduction to Historic Preservation

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM – 12:25PM

 

INTL 1100: Introduction to Global Issues

 

Multiple sections for this course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

LLED 4620S: ESOL Service Learning

 

Offered Tuesdays 2:20PM – 6:50PM

 

SPAN(LING) 3050: Introduction to Spanish Linguistics

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM - 12:25PM

 

ROML/SPAN 2550: Latino Literature, Language, and Culture

 

 Multiple sections for this course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

WMST 1110: Multicultural Perspectives on Women in the United States

 

Multiple sections for this course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

SPAN/PORT/FREN 1000-4000 level courses

 

Multiple sections for these language course offered and can be viewed, here: https://reg.uga.edu/enrollment-and-registration/schedule-of-classes/

 

Spring 2023 courses that count toward the LATINX minor:

 

INTL 4630: Population, Immigration, and Politics

 

2 Sections Offered MWF 1:50PM – 2:40PM and Tuesday/Thursday 2:20PM – 3:35PM

 

LACS 2010 (2 Sections): Multidisciplinary Latino/a Studies

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 11:10AM – 12:25PM & 12:45PM – 2:00PM

 

SPAN 2550: US Latino/a Language, Literature, and Culture

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 9:35AM – 10:50AM

 

SPAN 4090S: Practicum in Service Learning

 

Offered Friday 1:50PM – 2:40PM

 

WMST 4170S: Environment, Gender, Race, and Class

 

Offered Tuesday/Thursday 2:20PM – 3:35PM

 

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