This concentration includes the study of cultural productions - e.g. art, film, television, literature - and the major theoretical and ideological trends of cultural studies in the Americas. This concentration takes a hemispheric or Inter-American approach to the study of cultural productions, taking into account the impact of social, economic, and political exchanges on the circulation of culture across the hemisphere. Courses in this concentration explore issues relating to the representation of transnational migration, race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, class, and indigeneity.
- Choose six courses from the following list*:
* Courses from other departments may count towards this concentration; consult your LALSP advisor for more information.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.