Chicano Studies 3900, May Term, May 22nd - June 3rd, 3 credits.
Travel to the Texas - Mexico Border to live, learn, and volunteer. Students will learn about the history, politics, and economics of this region. The class explores a wide range of topics to learn the complex ways issues influence and are influenced by the border, border policies, race, class, and gender. Volunteer projects are designed to expose students to how Tejanos and Mexicanos are working to improve their lives. Spanish is not required for this course.
For more information contact: Michael Duenes at firstname.lastname@example.org