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This interdisciplinary course explores Chicana/o and Latina/o experiences from 1848 to the present as conditioned by the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, and regional variation. Focus on Chicano/Latino people's quest for self-determination and social justice and on historical, political, and economic factors that contribute to the formation of Chicanos and Latinos today. Focus on major literary developments including the farm workers movement, the Chicano/Brown Power movement, the emergence of Chicana/Latina authors, and the current concept of "Hispanidad." Offered as ENGL 3343 and MAS 3343; ENGL 3343 may be repeated as course content changes, but credit will be granted in only one department, and credit for MAS 3343 will be granted only once. Prerequisite: For English majors: ENGL 2350; for non-majors, 6 hours of sophomore literature or 3 hours of sophomore literature with a grade of A.