Course Detail
Course Components:
This course focuses on the shared history between Mexico and the United States, beginning in the pre-colonial era and continuing to the present day. Through the lens of this history, the course explores how borders, cultures, and institutions are shaped and contested over time, both nationally and transnationally. Particular attention is paid to how this shared history has impacted indigenous, Mexican, and Mexican American lives. Specific themes covered within the course include, but are not limited to Indigeneity; colonialism; migration and immigration; racial formation; environmental justice; labor systems; nationalism; citizenship; and education.