LATINA/O STUDIES (Div. II)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

LATS 105(F) Latina/o Identities: Constructions, Contestations, and Expressions*
LATS 209(F) Spanish for Heritage Speakers: Introduction to Latina/o Cultural Production (Same as Spanish 209)*
LATS 221(F) Rhythm and Jazz in America, Brazil and Cuba (Same as Africana Studies 222 and Music 220)*
LATS 230(F) Approaching Performance Studies (Same as Theatre 230 and Women and Gender Studies 231)*
LATS 331(F) Sound and Movement in the Diaspora: Afro-Latin Identities (Same as Africana Studies 331, American Studies 331, Theatre 331, and Women and Gender Studies 331)*
LATS 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study*
LATS 471(F) Comparative Latina/o Migrations (Same as History 471) (W)*
LATS 493(F) Senior Honors Thesis

SPRING COURSES

LATS 235(S) (formerly 335) Latina/o Theatre and Performance, 1950-2000 (Same as American Studies 235, Comparative Literature 268, Theatre 235 and Women's and Gender Studies 235)*
LATS 240(S) Latina/o Language and Literature: Hybrid Voices in Contemporary Context (Same as American Studies 240, Comparative Literature 210, and Linguistics 254)*
LATS 258(S) Latina/o Installation and Site-Specific Art (Same as ArtH 258)*
LATS 338(S) Theorizing Popular Culture: Latinas/os and the Dynamics of the Everyday (Same as American Studies 339 and Comparative Literature 338) (W)*
LATS 375(S) Performance and Its Traces (Same as Theatre 375)*
LATS 386(S) Latinas in the Global Economy: Work, Migration, and Households (Same as History 386 and Women's and Gender Studies 386)*
LATS 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study*
LATS 405(S) Home and Belonging: Comparative Explorations of Displacements, Relocations, and Place-making (Same as American Studies 405) (W)*
LATS 494(S) Senior Honors Thesis

NOT OFFERED COURSES

LATS 203 Chicana/o Film and Video (Same as ArtH 203) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 220 Introduction to Urban Studies: Shaping and Living the City (Same as American Studies 221) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 232T Latin Music USA (Same as Music 232T) (Not offered 2007-2008) (W)*
LATS 241 Redefining the "Helping Hand:" Community-based Approaches to Latinas/os in the Northern Berkshires (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 286 Latina/o History From 1846 to the Present (Same as History 286) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 310 Latino Cityscapes: Mapping Place, Community, and Latinidad in U.S. Urban Centers (Same as American Studies 310) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 330 Aesthetics of Resistance: Contemporary Latin American Theatre and Performance (Same as American Studies 330, Comparative Literature 330 and Theatre 330) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 332 Latinos and Education: The Politics of Schooling, Language, and Latino Studies (Same as American Studies 332) (Not offered 2007-2008) (W)*
LATS 346 Latinos/as and the Media: From Production to Consumption (Same as American Studies 346 and Comparative Literature 359) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 387 Community Building and Social Movements in Latina/o History (Same as History 387 and Women's and Gender Studies 387) (Not offered 2007-2008)*
LATS 409 Tracing the Roots of Routes: Comparative Transnationalisms (Same as American Studies 409) (Not offered 2007-2008) (W)*
LATS 462 Art of California: "Sunshine or Noir" (Same as American Studies 462 and ArtH 462) (Not offered 2007-2008)
LATS 464 Latina/o Visual Culture: Histories, Identities, and Representation (Not offered 2007-2008) (W)*
LATS 481 Locating Latino Studies: Approaches to Latinidad (Not offered 2007-2008)*