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Mexican Civilization: Cultural Identity of Mexican People (Spanish)
Credit Hours:

Examination of ethnic and cultural diversity and issues of gender, race, class, and culture within Mexican society. Consideration will also be given to the historical, political, economic, and social experiences of Mexican ethnic and cultural groups, with special attention to their diversity and unity. Designed to offer students the opportunity to develop further their skills in the Spanish language. Students in this course will receive some course material in Spanish.

Offered every year.

Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in ANTH 4225, LACS 4225, ANTH 6225, LACS 6225

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