Course Title:Hispanics in the United States

Course No. SUM17502
Class No. 1
Credit 2
Course Hours 32
Teacher Xuhua Lucia Liang
Title Professor
Venue Room 365 Comprehensive Building, West Campus

This course examines the history and presence of the Spanish speaking population in the U.S., and its influence on the art, music, literature, and American’s social economic and daily life. Students read newspaper articles, authors of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican and Mexican American origin to explore the Latino influence in the American culture. The class also presents a panoramic overview of US bilingual education, the growing impact of Spanish language in American’s daily life. It also explores the history and presence of Latino immigration through readings and film.

Teaching Language Spanish
Field Area Study
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