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Welcome to Chicano Studies 37 at Los Angeles Mission College!

 

Chicano Studies 37: Chicana and Chicano Literature

Section Number 0118

Winter 2008

Los Angeles Mission College

Professor José A. Maldonado

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Wednesday 12:30 - 3:00 pm

Room INST 101, cubicle # 16

(818) 833-3412; maldonja@lamission.edu

 

Course Description

 

This course will provide an analysis of the literary, social, and historical aspects of essay, novel, drama, short story, and poetry as written by persons of Mexican descent in the United States (Mexican Americans), revealing the progression of culture in America as interpreted by Mexican American writers who seek to define themselves vis a vis other Americans.

Grading will be based on participation, a mid-term examination, and nine 2-4 page written papers (five book reports and four creative writing assignments--see below under Assignments).

 

 

Getting Started

Syllabus

Textbook

Assignments

Grading Procedures

Class Schedule

tests

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Extra Credit

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