This course offers foundations for engaging historical and contemporary Latina/o/x-related rhetorical materials. CCM 362 examines diverse communication contexts, ranging from the Pacific Northwest to Puerto Rico. Analyzing a variety of vernacular and institutional discourses about, by, and/or for Latina/o/xs, this course approaches popular culture artifacts (e.g., music videos, films), social movement advocacy efforts, and political and legal rhetoric as significant sites for studying borders, citizenship, de/coloniality, community building, exploitation, (
Latina/o/x Communication Studies class members and La Chispa collaborators welcome poet Willy Palomo during his March 2018 campus visit.
Video by CCTV’s Luis Mendoza.
Images of Latina/o/x Communication Studies class members and La Chispa collaborators during Willy Palomo's March 2018 campus visit.
Video by CCTV’s Luis Mendoza. Produced and edited by Denise Diaz.