T two-week interdisciplinary program planned for the last week in June and first week in July, 1998. Lectures, panel discussions, and performances are planned on interdisciplinary topics related to the history and culture of U.S./Mexican border life. Sponsored by the Mexican American Studies & Research Center at the University of Arizona.
Mexican American Studies Department, San Diego State University
Mexican American studies majors "may choose one of two areas: Humanities, which includes courses designed to increase the student's awareness of the Chicano culture, as well as intellectual, aesthetic, literary, historical, ethical, and human values; and Social Science, including courses which analyze social institutions and how they affect the individual and also emphasize contemporary Mexican American issues as they relate to the larger society. Areas of study include political
science, anthropology, economics, sociology, and history."
Center for Chicano Research
The center was established in 1980 "to promote cross- disciplinary research on Mexican American and other Latino communities in the U.S."
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