ILS 367

Integrated Liberal Studies 367

Migration and the Migrant Experience in the Americas

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Explores how the understanding of migration to the Americas has been shaped over time and across cultures. Engaging art and literature, and employing historical and psychoanalytic approaches, the course critically analyzes the migrant experiences. Topics include: the relationships between literature, art, and migration; the role of migrants in constructing America; and the role of art and literature in the empowerment of marginalized groups.

Sophomore standing

• Credits: 3.00 credits
• Level: Intermediate
• Breadth: Humanities
• L&S credit type: Counts as LAS credit (L&S)
• General education: Ethnic studies
• Cross listed: ILS 367, LACIS 367