Courses > HST207 - Mexican American History

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This course will examine the development of diverse Mexican
American communities throughout the US. Topics will include
how Mexican American men and women have struggled for economic,
political, and social equality in their local communities, as
well on the national scene. Students can expect to learn about
the aftermath of the Mexican American war, ongoing immigration
and its effect on receiving communities; changing gender roles;
tension between assimilation and maintenance of an ethnic identity;
and the development of civil rights organizations. Special emphasis
will be given to the history of labor and its impact
on the development of the Mexican American community.

Units  3 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Liberal arts " sciences education courses
Version  01

Scheduled Sections

Semester Section Seats* Instructor Begins Ends Location

Spring 2009 4427 4/0 MONTES R Jan 21 May 20 Ukiah

* Seats - Open/Wait
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