Taught by Dr. Anita Tijerina Revilla, UNLV Women’s Studies; email@example.com MW 10-11:15 am (Fall ‘10)
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MW 10-11:15 am (Fall ‘10)
Examines the work of Chicana/Latina feminist writers, scholars, performers, artists, filmmakers, and activists. Themes covered include: sexuality, immigration, labor, family, language, education, spirituality, identity, patriarchy, homophobia, racism, and much more!WMST 473/673: Chicana Feminism and Experience