2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin

LIT 409 Seminar in U.S. Latinx Literature

3 hours 

The U.S. Latinx seminar is the final course of the U.S. Latinx Literature minor and requires students to synthesize the literary knowledge and critical skills they acquired. The course offers an in-depth study of a particular topic, author or intellectual theme. The topic will be chosen by the individual professor to reflect the interdisciplinary emphasis of the minor. Drawing on skills acquired in the concentration, students will participate in contemporary debates on street literature, bilingual aesthetics, ethics, gender and sexuality, literature and law, to produce a final paper that includes original research.




ENG 201, LIT 265, and at least two of the following: LIT 357, LIT 383, LLS 362, LLS 363, LLS 364