Learning Outcomes

Isla Mujeres, México 1 Mural with Pillars, Alida Cardós Whaley
  • Students will explain proficiently the dynamic historical and contemporary interconnectedness of U.S. Latinx*, Latin American, and Caribbean communities from multiple disciplinary perspectives.
  • Students will analyze competently a variety of topics in the following possible clusters:
    • Artistic Expression
    • Social and Natural Sciences
    • Language and Communication Skills
  • Students will apply their knowledge of Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latinx peoples to issues researched in their senior project.

* “Latinx” (La-teen-ex) is an inclusive term used to include all gendered and non-gendered identities of peoples with Latin American ancestry. “Latinx” specifically refuses to further silence and erase trans (non-binary and binary), gender non-conforming, non-binary, and genderqueer people.