MAS 240 - Applied Chicana/o Studies Seminar

Time: Monday 6-8:45pm

Location: CL 318


This graduate seminar integrates all of the major concepts, analyses, and theories from the core courses in Chicana and Chicano Studies, as students apply them to a specific project that is related to their post-graduation interests. The course is centered on student projects that are applications of core coursework to real-world contexts. These projects are presented at a special CCS forum at the end of the semester. This is the capstone course for the department. Students complete this course with a unified body of knowledge and the skills to apply that knowledge as they pursue their goals.

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Online Resources for Analyzing Institutionalized Racial Violence