University of Texas at Austin: May Term - Latinx Identities Across the Americas

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This interdisciplinary course based in Puebla, Mexico introduces students to emergent research on Latinx identity in K12 and higher education, focused on the topic of masculinity as it is theorized and practiced in the US and Mexico. Students will... read more

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This interdisciplinary course based in Puebla, Mexico introduces students to emergent research on Latinx identity in K12 and higher education, focused on the topic of masculinity as it is theorized and practiced in the US and Mexico. Students will be hosted by the Universidad de las Americas Puebla and will have the opportunity to participate in service learning projects with local organizations. Great for students seeking: coursework surrounding issues of gender and masculinity, Mexican American history and immigration, anthropology, history, and sociology.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Maymester
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