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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2022

SPAN 60.04 Caribbean Afrodescendancies: Identity, Culture, and Community

This course will address the centrality of black racial imaginaries in the conception of Caribbean identities throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Through the study of various cultural products such as literature, cinema, and music, we will analyze the way in which the senses of heritage and belonging, as well as those of resistance to phenomena such as racism, xenophobia and homophobia, have been shaping the notions of community both in the Latin American Caribbean and in its diaspora in the United States. Students are expected to actively participate in the activities of the Symposium "Afrolatinidades Afrolatinx." Readings will be in Spanish and English, while classes and assignments will be in Spanish.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:CI

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