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  •  SOC145 CH - Restructuring Communities
  •  SOC150 CH - Chicanxs-Latinxs and Education
  •  SOC153 PZ - Sociology of Work & Occupations
  •  SPAN 001 CM - Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 002 CM - Continuing Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 022 CM - Intensive Introductory Spanish
  •  SPAN 033 CM - Intermediate Spanish
  •  SPAN 044 CM - Advanced Spanish: Contemporary Hispanic Culture and Society
  •  SPAN065 CH - Spanish for Bilinguals
  •  SPAN101 CM - Introduction to Literary Analysis
  •  SPAN 102 CM - Introduction to Latin American Cultural Studies
  •  SPAN104 CM - Negotiating Hispanic Contexts
  •  SPAN120A SC - Survey of Spanish Literature I
  •  SPAN 120B CM - Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature
  •  SPAN120B SC - Survey of Spanish Literature II
  •  SPAN122 CM - Images of Immigration in Spanish Literature and Cinema: Border-Crossings, Identities, and Cultural Translation
  •  SPAN 123 CM - Encounters in the Atlantic
  •  SPAN 124 CM - Visions of Democracy: New Spanish Voices after the Fall of the Dictatorship
  •  SPAN 125A CM - Introduction to Latin American Literature and Civilization I
  •  SPAN 125B CM - Introduction to Latin American Literature and Civilization II
  •  SPAN127 CH - Literature Chicana en Espanol
  •  SPAN 129 CM - The Latin American City
  •  SPAN131 SC - Queer Lives in Latin America
  •  SPAN140 PO - From Borges to "Literatura Lite": Gender and Genre in Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture
  •  SPAN142 PO - Tropicalizations: Transcultural Representations of Latinidad
  •  SPAN 148 CM - Special Topics in Spanish
  •  SPAN150 CM - Nation and Identity in 19th-Century Spanish America
  •  SPAN152 CM - Gender in 19th-Century Spanish America
  •  SPAN 153 CM - Political and Social Leadership in Latin America in the 21st Century
  •  SPAN153 PO - Spanglish in Context: Bilingualism in the United States
  •  SPAN 154 CM - Women in Spain: Making History from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century
  •  SPAN154 SC - Trans-Caribbean Formations: Translating Identity, Race, and Gender in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico
  •  SPAN 155 CM - Small Wonders: The Latin American Short Story
  •  SPAN158 CM - Revolutions and Revolutionary Thought in Spanish America
  •  SPAN178 CM - The New Latin American Cinema: History, Politics, Gender, and Society
  •  SPAN 179 CM - Mexican Cinema in the New Millennium
  •  SPAN180 CM - Time of Crisis: Spanish Literature from 1898-1920
  •  SPAN181 CM - Representations of Democracy in Latin American Literature and Cinema
  •  SPAN 182 CM - Latin American Documentary Cinema
  •  SPAN183 SC - Interculturality and Bilingualism in the Andes
  •  SPAN184 CM - Literature of the Zapatista Rebellion: "To rule by obeying"
  •  SPAN 199 CM - Independent Study in Spanish
  •  SPCH 061A CM - Speech and Debate
  •  SPCH 061B CM - Speech and Debate
  •  SV100 CM - Special Topics in Silicon Valley
  •  THEA130 PO - Introduction to Directing

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