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This course is about the historical, sociocultural, and economic causes of Latin American migration, and the economic, political, and cultural impact that the Latino/a population has in the physiognomy of this country. It situates the Latin American migration in the global scenario and the Latino/a population in the national arena.
Instructor - Abril Trigo
Week Two: US Immigration Policies and Latin American Immigration
Instructor - Lilia Fernández
Week Three: Contemporary Latin American Migration
Instructor - Jeff Cohen
Week Four: Latino/a Cultures in the USA
Instructor - Frederick Aldama
Week Five: Immigrant Health
Instructor - Reanne Frank
Week Six: Language and Literacy: Multilingualism and Education
Instructor - Marcia Farr
- Abril Trigo - Center for Latin American Studies
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