Description: (Formerly numbered Chicana and Chicano Studies 279.) Seminar, three hours. Interdisciplinary seminar that integrates political-economical, historical-sociological, and anthropological-cultural perspectives to help students develop critical political-economical analysis of interplay between globalization (of flows of people, material goods, information, and political-cultural influences) and localized transnational dynamics that together are giving meaning and constructing new social identities and strategies for struggle throughout world. S/U or letter grading.
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