Latina/o Studies offers wide range of courses in spring 2020

By: Marti Dense, Latina/o Studies, 
September 19, 2019

Discover Latina/o Studies Spring 2020 course offerings

For the 2020 Spring semester, Latina/o Studies offers a range of courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. With such a robust curriculum, you have the opportunity to explore and learn about history, performance, art, poetry, and immigration, as well as race, ethnicity, migration, and more.

Students now have the option of choosing from a selection of four different introductory courses as the required course for the minor. Students are welcome to create a selection of courses that would best suit their interests but must take at least one of these introductory courses:

• LSP 2010 Latinos in the United States (offered each Spring semester, cross listed with DSOC 2650, SOC 2650, AMST 2655)
• LSP 2100 Introduction to Latina/o/x Studies (crosslisted with AMST 2106)
• LSP 1802 Introduction to Latinos in US History (crosslisted with HIST 1802, AMST 1802)
• LSP 2720 Introduction to Latina/o/x Performance (crosslisted with PMA 2720)

If you have questions about Latina/o Studies courses, or the resources the program provides, we invite you to visit the 4th Floor of Rockefeller Hall.

A path to a Latina/o Studies minor is easy with only five courses required.

One of the focal points of the Latina/o Studies Program is its undergraduate minor, available to all students in any college at Cornell. With a minor, you'll be able to explore the rich histories and contemporary life of Latino communities in the United States. You will learn about Latina/o political and labor participation, creative expression and literature, and issues of immigration, education, language, health, and more.

It's never too late to register for the undergraduate minor. Stop by Latina/o Studies to register and to have your record reviewed for courses you have completed that count toward the minor. 

A home away from home!

Our doors are always open. Our space, located on the fourth floor of Rockefeller Hall, serves as the hub for Latina/o students and student organizations and provides a wide range of resources, including a robust curriculum, academic & social support and counseling, academic advising, library and study space, meeting space complete with built-in projection and smart board, computer lab, printing, and friendly, welcoming support staff. We are a comunidad!