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LAST 201 Popular Culture in Latin America

The culture of everyday life, both rural and urban: issues of identity, popular memory, resistance, negotiation, as expressed through ritual, crafts, the body, social movements, films, music, and literature.

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Credits: 3

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LAST 201 201Web-Oriented Course2 Mon Wed Fri9:0010:00

Explore various manifestations of popular culture that contributed to build national identities in contemporary Latin Americaincluding cinema, art, social movements, sports, and morein connection to fundamental concepts, such as race/ethnicity, gender, cultural politics, hybridity/transculturation, and globalization. View full description.