GEOG 320 - Ethnic Geographies
A systematic upper division course which introduces the geographical aspects of United States ethnicity, particularly with regard to the post-1965 ethnic groups from Latin America and Asia. Specific attention is given to concepts of immigration theory, identity, race, transnationality, and community formation within the larger context of human geography. Prerequisite: GEOG 101.
College: Sciences and Humanities
Prerequisite: GEOG 101