Fall 2007 Courses
by Affiliated Faculty
Course Number   Course Title                      Instructor  Units

African American Studies

112A Development in the Third World Hintzen, P  4
155 Literature of the Caribbean: Significant Themes Nanda 3
Anthropology
122E Andean Archaeology: People of the Andes Hastorf, C 4
179 Ethnography of the Maya Hanks, W 4
222 Archaeology of South America Hastorf, C 4
Chicano Studies
24 Chicano Civil Rights Movement Munoz, C 4
50 Introduction to Chicano History Saragoza, A 4
70 Latino Politics Montejano, D 4
101 Paradigms in Chicano Studies Grosfoguel, R 4
110 Latina/o Philosophy and Religious Thought Maldonado-Torres, N 4
130 Mexican and Chicano Art History Pérez, L 4
135 Chicano/Latino Film Telles 4
141 Chicana Feminist Writers and Discourse Pérez, L 4
142 Major Chicano Writers Arteaga, A 4
149 Creative Writing Arteaga, A 5
159 Mexican Immigration Staff 4
174 Chicanos, Law, and Criminal Justice Staff 4
180.2 Practica: Spirituality as Residence Rodriquez 3
180.3 Topics in Chicano Studies Nexica 3
Education
185 Gender and Education in the Americas Murphy-Graham, E 4
186 The Southern Border Shaiken, H 4
Ethnic Studies
159AC The Southern Border Manz, B 4
Geography
159AC The Southern Border Manz, B 4
History
8A Becoming Latin America, 1492 to 1824 Taylor 4
103E Latin America Topics Staff 4
140B Modern Mexico Reed 4
141B Social History of Latin America Lewin, L 4
International and Area Studies
115

Global Poverty: Hopes/Challenges in the New Millennium

Roy, A 4
Latin American Studies
10 Introduction to Latin American Studies Segal 4
130 Gender and Education in the Americas Murphy-Graham, E 4
200 Latin American Studies Seminar Tarica, E 4
Political Science
148A Latin American Politics Collier, R 4
Portuguese
11 Elementary Portuguese Azevedo 3
101A Portuguese for Advanced Students Staff 3
101B Portuguese for Advanced Students: Workshop Staff 2
102 Readings in Portuguese Donovan, C 3
103 Advanced Grammar and Composition Donovan, C 3
107B Survey of Portuguese Literature Azevedo 3
128 Twentieth Century Brazilian Literature Staff 3
135.2 Myths and Tales from the Atlantic Martinho 2-3
275

"Ethnography, Autography and Fiction: Selected readings from Saramago and Luso-African Writers

Martinho 4
Sociology
172 Developments and Globalization Gold 4
Spanish
1 Elementary Spanish Jimenez-Kerr, H 5
2 Elementary Spanish Jimenez-Kerr, H 5
3 Intermediate Spanish Jimenez-Kerr, H 5
4 Intermediate Spanish Jimenez-Kerr, H 5
22 Spanish for Bilingual Students, Second Course Jimenez-Kerr, H 3
25 Reading and Analysis of Literary Texts Staff 3
104A Survey of Spanish American Literature McMichael 3
Spanish 135: Studies in Hispanic Literature
135.3 Contemporaty Argentine Cinema Brizuela, N 3
135.5 Cuentos de Mujeres Barili, A 3
135.6 La Cuestion de la Identidad de Borges y Anzaldua al Conscious Hip-Hop Latino y el Zapatismo Hoy Barili, A 3
135.9 Nahuatl Poetry and Painting Staff 3
135W.1 Studies in Hispanic Literature Writing Intensive (open to LAS/Spanish Double Majors only) Tarica, E

3

135W.2 Studies in Hispanic Literature Writing Intensive (open to LAS/Spanish Double Majors only) Masiello, F 3
260 Cervantes Cascardi 4
280.1 Nationalism, Modernization and the Arts Staff 4
280.2 Modernities Brizuela, N 4
280.3 Literature and Political Economy Rosa 4
285.1 El Teatro de Valle Inclan y Garcia Lorca Dougherty 4
285.2 El mito de la Vinvvencia y los Estudios Medievales Staff 4

 

Courses taught by affiliated faculty

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