UCLA Prof | Department of Chicana/o and Central American Studies
This course investigates theories of spatial formation and their import for the study of
race and ethnicity in the United States.
This is an interdisciplinary seminar examining the spatial-turn in the social sciences
and humanities from an ethnic studies perspective.
This course is an introduction to the history, culture, and identity of Chicanas/os.
This Fiat Lux will examine theoretical context for contemporary social issues, the #ImmigrationSyllabus.
This course examines the ways Chicano/as and Latinxs
are reshaping suburban and metropolitan geographies.
This course investigates spaces of new media and their import for the study of race
and ethnicity in the United States.
This course examines critical histories of Los Angeles and how the city has served as a transnational hub for many migrant populations.
This course investigates how art and technology can be used to address critical social issues.