Past Courses

Academic Year 2016-2017

Academic Year 2015-2016

Academic Year 2014-2015

Academic Year 2013-2014

Academic Year 2012-2013

Academic Year 2011-2012

Academic Year 2010-2011

Academic Year 2009-2010

Academic Year 2008-2009

Academic Year 2016-2017

FALL 2016 QUARTER

  • Latino 201: Intro To Latina/o Studies - Lecturer: Ana Aparicio
  • Latino 392: Decolonizing Education - Lecturer: Alejandro E. Carrion
  • Latino 393: Chicana/Latina Feminisms - Lecturer: Monica Russel y Rodriguez                    

 WINTER 2017 QUARTER

  • Latino 218: Hamilton's America - Lecturer: Geraldo Cadava
  • Latino 277: Intro To Latina/o Literature - LecturerFrances R. Aparicio            
  • Latino 342: The Xicanx Movement: A Genealogy - Lecturer: John D. Márquez
  • Latino 392: Latino Politics - Lecturer: Jaime Dominguez
  • Latino 393: Latino Theater - Lecturer: Henry Godinez
  • Latino 393 Latinos and Musical Subcultures - Lecturer: Yamil Avivi Garcia
  • Anthropology 368: Latina/o Ethnography - Lecturer: Ana Aparicio                                      

 SPRING 2017 QUARTER

  • Latino 392: Critical Latinx Studies - Lecturer: John D. Márquez         
  • Latino 392: Latin@s and Higher Education - Lecturer: Alejandro E. Carrion
  • Latino 392: Race, Knowledge, and Latinidad - Lecturer: Michael Rodriguez-Muniz
  • Latino 392: Latin@s and Immigration - Lecturer: Myrna Garcia
  • Latino 393: Reggaetón Culture and Latino “Urban” Music - Lecturer: Veronica Davila
  • Latino 393: Cultural Politics of Latino Language - Lecturer: Frances R. Aparicio

Academic Year 2015-2016


SPRING 2016 QUARTER

  • Latino 277: INTRODUCTION TO LATINAO LITERATURE - Lecturer, Frances R. Aparicio
  • Latino 392: NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES - Lecturer, John D. Márquez   
  • Latino 392: URBAN EDUCATION: RACE, CLASS, & CULTURE - Lecturer, Alejandro E. Carrion
  • Latino 393: THE LATINAO RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE - Lecturer, Diego De Los Rios
  • Spanish 430: GRADUATE SEMINAR / TRACING LATINIDADES - Lecturer, Frances R. Aparicio 

WINTER 2016 QUARTER

  • Latino 342: XICANA FEMINISM - Lecturer, John D. Márquez
  • Latino 392:TOPICS IN LATINAO SOCIAL & POLITICAL ISSUES -  Lecturer, Jaime Dominguez
  • Latino 393: 21ST CENTURY LATINAO LITERATURE - Lecturer, John A. Cutler                
  • Latino 395: CRITICAL READINGS IN LATINO STUDIES - Lecturer, Ana Aparicio  
  • Spanish 395: LATIN AMERICAN & LATINA/O SCIENCE FICTION - Lecturer, Emily Maguire
  • Spanish 395: CITIZENSHIP AND URBAN VIOLENCE IN LATIN AMERICA - Lecturer, Nathalie Bouzaglou

FALL 2015 QUARTER

  • Latino 201-1: INTRO TO LATINA/O STUDIES - Lecturer, Frances Aparicio
  • Latino 222: LATINO YOUTH - Lecturer, Ana Aparicio 
  • Latino 392:COMING OF AGE IN THE CITY - Lecturer,Merida Rua
  • Latino 392: LATINOS AND EDUCATION - Lecturer, Alejandro E. Carrion

Academic Year 2014-2015

Spring 2015

  • LATINO 218-0: Latino History, Gerry Cadava
  • LATINO 392-0: Latina/o Transnationalism, Culture, & Ethnicity, Hector Carrillo
  • LATINO 393-0: Queer Latina/o Literature & Film, Aaron Aguilar Ramirez
  • LATINO 393-0: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Latino/a Popular Music, Frances Aparicio & Lorena Alvarado

Winter 2015

  • LATINO 203: Intro To Latina/o Cultural Studies, Lorena Alvarado
  • LATINO 391-0: Topics In Latina/o History, John Marquez
  • LATINO 392-0: Topics In Latina/o Social and Political Issues, Jaime Dominguez
  • LATINO 393-0: Topic In Latina/o Text and Representation, Carla Della Gatta
  • LATINO 399: Independent Study, Ana Aparicio

Fall 2014

  • LATINO 201: Intro To Latina/o Studies, Frances Aparicio
  • LATINO 277: Intro To Latina/o Literature, Emily Maguire
  • LATINO 342: Latina and Latino Social Movements, John Marquez
  • LATINO 392: Topics In Latina/o Social and Political Issues, Elena Garcia Ansani
  • LATINO 393-0: Topic In Latina/o Text and Representation, John Alba Cutler
  • LATINO 399: Independent Study, Lorena Alvarado

Academic Year 2013-2014

Spring 2014

  • LATINO 201-3: Intro To Latina/O Cultural Studies, Lorena Alvarado
  • LATINO 218-0: Latino History, Gerry Cadava
  • LATINO 392-0: Latinos In The Midwest, Aide Acosta
  • LATINO 393-0: Topic In Latina/O Text Representation, Jose Reynoso

Winter 2014

  • LATINO 222-0: Latina/O Youth In U.S. Cities, Ana Aparicio
  • LATINO 277-0: Intro To Latina/O Literature, John Alba Cutler
  • LATINO 391-0: Topics In Latina/O History, John Marquez
  • LATINO 392-0: Topics In Latina/O Social And Political Issues, Ana Aparicio
  • POLS 395: Latina/O Politics In The U.S., Jaime Dominguez
  • AFAM 480:Post Colonial Studies, John Marquez

Fall 2013

  • LATINO 201-1: Intro To Latina/O Studies, Aide Acosta
  • LATINO 393-0: Latina/O Popular Music, Lorena Alvarado
  • AFAM 320-0: The Social Meaning Of Race, John Marquez
  • ENGLISH 377-0: Banned Books, John A Cutler
  • JOUR 390-0: Bilingual Reporting And Storytelling, Cecilia Vaisman

Academic Year 2012-2013

Spring 2013

  • LATINO 222: Latino Youth in US Cities, Ana L. Aparicio, fulfills distribution requirement area III
  • LATINO 391: Topics in Latina and Latino History, Mike Amezcua, fulfills distribution requirement area IV
  • LATINO 393: Topics in Latina and Latino Text and Representation
  • LATINO 395: Capstone Seminar in Latina and Latino Studies, John Márquez
  • LATINO 399: Independent Study, Frances R. Aparicio & Jaime Domínguez
  • HISTORY 308-0: American West, Geraldo L. Cadava

Winter 2013

  • LATINO 201-1-20: Intro to Latino Studies, John Márquez, fulfills distribution requirement areas III and IV
  • LATINO 218: Latino History, Geraldo Cadav, fulfills distribution requirement area IV
  • LATINO 277: Introduction to U.S Latino Literature (taught with English 277 and Spanish 277), Frances R. Aparicio, fulfills distribution requirement area VI
  • LATINO 392: Social and Political Issues: New Latino Geographies, Ana Aparicio, fulfills distribution requirement areas III and V
  • LATINO 393: Topics in Latina/o Text & Representation: Immigration and Xenophobia in American Culture, John Alba Cutler, fulfills distribution requirement area VI
  • LATINO 399: Independent Study, Frances R. Aparici
  • ENGLISH 377: Speacial Topics in Latina/o Literature: Dangerous Ideas, John Alba Cutler
  • HISTORY 392-21: Latino Conservatives, Geraldo L. Cadava
  • POLS 395: Latino Politics, Jaime Dominguez
  • SPANISH 397: Cultural Politics of Latino Languages, Frances R. Aparicio
  • THEATRE 349-3: Latino Theatre, Henry D. Godinez

Fall 2012

  • LATINO 391: Latinos and The Long Civil Rights Era, Mike Amezcua TTH 12:30pm- 1:50pm
  • LATINO 392: Latin@s in Education: Historical & Contemporary Issues and Perspectives, Ramona Meza TH 4:00pm -6:50pm
  • LATINO 394: Latino/as as Immigrants: Legal and Political Approaches, Adriana Moreno Nevárez W 5:00pm – 7:50pm
  • LATINO 399: Independent Study, Frances R. Aparicio
  • SPANISH 230: Margins and Centers in Latin American Literature and Culture, Emily A Maguire, MW 10:00am – 11:20am

Academic Year 2011 - 2012

Spring 2012

  • LATINO 201-3: Intro to Latino Cultural Studies, Frances Aparicio, MW 11:00am, UNV 418
  • LATINO 277: Introduction to US Latina/o Literature, TBA
  • LATINO 392-0: Redefining the Urban Paradigm: the Politics of Chicago and Los Angeles, Jaime Dominguez, TTh 11:00am, FSL2107
  • LATINO 391: Latino Chicago, Mike Amezcua, 2:00pm, ALL1021
  • ANTHRO 368: Latino Ethnography, Myrna Garcia, TBA

Winter 2012

  • LATINO 395-0-20: Capstone Seminar in Latino Studies, John Marquez, W 5:00pm-6:20pm
  • LATINO 342: Latino Social Movements, Claudia Sandoval, W 2:00-4:50pm
  • AFAM 320: The Social Meaning of Race, John Marquez, TTh 9:30-10:50am
  • ANTH 369: Contemporary Immigration, TBA,
  • ENGLISH 377: Special Topics in Latino Literature, John Cutler Alba
  • SPANISH 207: Spanish for Heritage Speakers, Instructor Jeannie Jacob MWF 10:00am
  • SPANISH 361: Latin America; Studies in Culture & Society (Approaches to Popular Culture in Latin(o) America), Frances Aparicio, TTh 12:30-1:50pm
  • SPANISH 395: Repeating Islands? Writing the Hispanic Caribbean (in Spanish), Emily Maguire

Fall 2011

  • LATINO 201-1-20: Intro to Latino Studies, John Marquez, TTh 5:00-6:20pm
  • LATINO 218: Latino History, Mike Amezcua, TTh 12:30-1:50pm
  • LATINO 222: Latino Youth, Claudia Sandoval, T 2:00-4:50pm
  • AFAM 101: (Freshman Seminar) The Social Meaning of Race, John Marquez, MW 5:00-6:20pm
  • ANTH 368: Latino Ethnography, Ana Aparicio, TTh 9:30-10:50am
  • SPANISH 125: Advanced Intermediate Spanish (special section for heritage speakers), Maria Teresa Villanueva, MWF 2:00-2:50pm
  • SPANISH 207: Spanish for Heritage Speakers, Nelida Aubeneau, MWF 1:00-1:50pm

Academic Year 2010 - 2011

Fall 2010

  • LATINO 201-3: Introduction to Latino Cultural Studies, Micaela Díaz-Sánchez
  • SOCIO 376-0-20: Topics in Sociological Analysis: Latino/as: Transnationalism, Culture & Ethnicity, Héctor Carrillo
  • AFAM 101-6: (Freshman Seminar) Social Meaning of Race, John Marquez
  • POLI SCI 395: Latinos and politics, Jaime Dominguez (open only to PS Majors)

Graduate Courses

  • POLI SCI: Graduate Immigration Seminar, Victoria DeFrancesco

Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:

  • SPAN 202-0: Conversation on Current Topics: Mexico and USA, Heather Colburn

Winter 2011

  • LATINO 201-1: Intro to Latina and Latino Studies, John Marquez
  • LATINO 222: Latino Youth, Ana Aparicio
  • LATINO 395: Capstone Seminar in Latina and Latino Studies, John Marquez
  • HISTORY 200: Latino History, Geraldo Cadava
  • HISTORY 102: (Freshman Seminar) Mexican Immigration, Geraldo Cadava
  • ENGLISH 377: Special Topics in Latina/o Literature: Manifest Destinies, John Alba Cutler
  • AMER ST 310-21: Sounding America: Popular Music, Performance, and the Nation, Ramon Rivera-Servera (Also PERF STUDIES 330-0)
Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPAN 207: Spanish for Heritage Speakers, Jeannie Jacob

Spring 2011

  • LATINO 392: Topics in Latina/o Social and Political Issues: Latina Feminisms, Micaela Díaz-Sánchez
  • HISTORY 300: The American West, Geraldo Cadava
  • POLI SCI 101-6-21: (Freshman Seminar) Latino Politics, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto
  • SPANISH 361: Music & Literature in Latin America, Emily Maguire
  • SPANISH 397: Topics in Hispanic Literatures and Culture: The Cultural Politics of U.S. Latino Languages, Frances Aparicio
Graduate Courses
  • HISTORY 492: Comparative American Borderlands, Geraldo Cadava
  • ENGLISH 471: Studies in American Literature: Manifest Destiny, John Alba Cutler

Academic Year 2009-2010

Fall 2009

  • LATINO 342 Latino Social Movements, Ana Aparicio
  • LATINO 201-2 Introduction to Latino Social and Cultural Analysis, Angelica Rivera
  • ANTHRO 390 Topics in in Anthropology: Contemporary Immigration to the U.S., Ana Aparicio
  • HISTORY 300-0-30 Latina/o History during the Twentieth Century, Geraldo Cadava
  • ENGLISH 277 Introduction to Latina/o Literatures: Latina/o Literary Movements, John Alba Cutler
  • AMST 301-1 Seminar for Majors: Immigration and Xenophobia in American Culture, John Alba Cutler
Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPAN 202-0 Conversation on Current Topics: Mexico and USA, Heather Colburn

Winter 2010

  • LATINO 393: Topics in Latina/o Text and Representation, Micaela Diaz-Sanchez Cross listed with AFAM 380: Topics in African American Studies
  • LATINO 222: Latino Youth, Ana Aparicio
  • LATINO 201-1: Introduction to Latina and Latino History, John Marquez
  • LATINO 395: Capstone Seminar in Latina and Latino Studies, John Marquez
  • ANTHRO 368: Latino Ethnography, Ana Aparicio
  • PERF ST 336: Performance of Latina/o Literature, Ramon Rivera-Servera
  • ENGLISH 377-1: Chicanos at War, John Alba Cutler
  • THEATRE 366-0-22: Staging Revolution: Adapting Memory of Fire to the Stage, Henry Godinez
  • DANCE 201: Cultural Studies in Dance "Dancing Latin/o America,” Victoria Fortuna
  • POLISCI 395-CN: Latinos and Politics Seminar, Jaime Dominguez (given by School of Continuing Studies)
  • POLISCI 390: Latinos and U.S. Elections, Victoria DeFrancesco
Graduate Courses
  • PERF ST 515: (Seminar) Problems in Performance Studies, Queer Globalizations, Ramon Rivera-Servera
Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPAN 207: Spanish for Heritage Speakers, Jeannie Jacob

Spring 2010

  • LATINO 201-3: Introduction to Latino Cultural Studies, Micaela Diaz-Sanchez
  • LATINO 393: Afro-Latina/o Performance, Micaela Diaz-Sanchez
  • LATINO 391: History of Latina/os, Victor Padilla
  • AFRICAN AM 101: (Freshman Seminar) Racial Politics in the Age of Obama, John Marquez
  • THEATRE 369: Latin American and US Latina/o Performance: Staging History, Ana Puga
  • THEATRE 140: Introduction to Latin American and US Latina/o Theatre, Ana Puga
  • SOCIOL 376: Topics in Sociological Analysis: Latino/a Ethnicity and Culture: Transnationalism, Héctor Carrillo
  • POLISCI 390: Redefining the Urban Paradigm: The Politics of Chicago and Los Angeles, Jaime Dominguez
  • PERF ST 335: Social Art Tactics workshop, Ramon Rivera-Servera
Related courses with Latina/o Studies content:
  • JOUR 390 Connecting with Immigrant Communities, Jack Doppelt
  • ENG 368 Post 1798 Studies in 20th-Century Literature: The Geography of Storytelling, Cristina Henriquez
  • HIST 368 Revolution in 20th-Century Latin America: Mexico and its Revolution, Brodwyn Fischer Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPANISH 202 Conversation on Current Topics: Mexico and the US, Elisa Baena

Academic Year 2008-2009

Fall 2008

  • ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES 392 Seminar in Asian American Studies: Asian Americans, Mexican Americans, and African Americans: Comparative Racial Formations in U.S. History, Shuji Otsuka
  • ENGLISH 378 Studies in American Literature: Chicanos and Chicanas at War, John Alba Cutler
  • LACS 251 Introduction to Latina/o Studies, Beatriz Gartler
  • LACS 351 Topics in Latino Studies: Latino Images in the Media, Beatriz Gartler
  • SPAN 230 Margins and Center in Latin American Literature, Emily Maguire (held in English)
Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPAN 202 Conversation on Current Topics, Heather Colburn
  • SPAN 207 Spanish for Heritage Speakers, Jeannie Jacob

Winter 2009

  • ANTHRO 368 Latino Ethnography, Ana Aparicio
  • ANTHRO 390 Topics in Anthropology: Latino Youth, Ana Aparicio
  • LACS 251 Introduction to Latina/o Studies, Jonathan Rosa
  • LACS 351 Topics in Latino Studies: History of Latinas/os in Chicago, Angelica Rivera
  • POLI SCI 390 Special Topics in Political Science: Latinos & US Elections, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto
  • AF AM 381 Topics in Transnational Black Culture: Afro-Latino/a History, Culture, and Politics, John D. Marquez
Graduate Courses
  • THEATRE 441 Studies in Modern Theatre and Drama: Performance of Migration, Ana Puga
Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:
  • SPAN 202 Conversation on Current Topics, Francisco Castro

Spring 2009

  • ANTHRO 390 Topics in Anthropology: Latino Social Movements, Ana Aparicio
  • ANTHRO 390 Topics in Anthropology: Immigration, Ana Aparicio
  • DANCE 140 Cultural Studies of Dance, Joel Valentin-Martinez
  • HISTORY 391 Mexican American Histories since 1848, Geraldo Cadava
  • LACS 251 Introduction to Latina/o Studies, Beatriz Gartler
  • LACS 351 Topics in Latino Studies: Language Ideologies and Latin@ Identity, Jonathan Rosa
  • CHICAGO FIELD STUDIES 397 Civic Engagement and Leadership: Windy City Style, Jaime Dominguez
  • THEATRE 369 Latin American and US Latina/o Performance: Staging History, Ana Puga
  • AFAM 320 Social Meaning of Race, John Marquez
  • AFAM 381 Topics in Transnational Black Culture: Comparative Anti-Colonialisms: Aztlan, Borinquen, and Rastafari, John Marquez

Courses held in Spanish with Latina/o Studies content:

  • SPAN 202 Conversation on Current Topics, Elisa Baena