Latin American, Latino and Puerto Rican Studies

Current Course Offerings

For up-to-date enrollment information, see the Schedule of Classes from the Lehman Registrar's Office.

Featured Fall 2014 Courses:

 

Fall 2014 courses of special interest to Latin American, Latino and Puerto Rican Studies majors and minors and Mexican and Mexican-American Studies minors

LPR  300 - Social and Economic History of Puerto Rico from the Industrial Revolution to the Present with Teresita Levy. Intensive survey of the socioeconomic formations of Puerto Rico from the Industrial Revolution to the present. PREREQ: LPR 212 or Departmental permission for LAC/LPR majors; Departmental permission for History majors.

LPR 311 Migration and the Puerto Rican Community in the United States with Xavier Totti. History and development of the Puerto Rican community in the United States:  migration, community establishment, institutions, regional patterns of settlement, and issues of class,race, ethnicity, and gender.

LAC/LPR 321 Latino New York with Andrés Torres: 3 hours, 3 credits. A multidisciplinary investigation of the presence and impact of Latino populations in New York City from 1800s to the present. PREREQ: LPR 231 or Departmental permission.

*Please note, with the change of Puerto Rican Studies to Latino/Puerto Rican Studies, all courses formally listed with the alphanumeric prefix PRS now have the prefix LPR.

 

 

 

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