Jun 29, 2022  
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WLL 232 - Lived Experiences: Latinx Feminism


Credits: 2
Introduction to the creative and theoretical writings of self-described feminist Latinx authors. Starting with the well-established “mestiza” and border theories of Gloria Anzaldúa, students will read about what it means to live within multiple identities and mixed cultures. Through personal narratives–in many cases stories of loss and absence–students will explore how contemporary Latinx philosophers and theorists are reclaiming the notion of experience to promote consciousness-raising and activism.
Note(s): Fulfills humanities, the bridge experience and, humanistic inquiry requirements.
V. Rangil



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