Mónica Figueroa Landeros

City College of San Francisco Course Site

Diego Rivera Mural

Contact Information: Mónica Figueroa Landeros, Departments of IDST, LALS/LBCS, OLAD and TLC (Technology Learning Center) Canvas Course Design Assistance.

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  1. Course information:
    1. IDST 37: This course will survey historical, social, political, economic and cultural processes undergone by racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. from the 19th Century to the present. It will explore how race and ethnicity have defined theexperiences of all people in the U.S. and how this has ultimately served to develop a social hierarchy that shapes all other categories of social status and relationships (class, gender, sexuality, religion, disability, family structure, formaleducation, age/generation, citizenship and immigration status).
    2. LALS 10: The course will examine the lives and experience of Latinas living in the U.S. It will explore the effects that their experiences have on self esteem. Major social and cultural issues and themes will be discussed and analyzed using a multidisciplinary approach.
    3. LALS/LBCS 15: Latin American Workers in the Americas (3) Lec-52.5 P/NP available Advise: ENGL 93 or ENGL 95 or ENGL 88 or ENGL 88A or ESL 150 or placement in ENGL 96 or ENGL 88B or ESL 160 This course bridges Labor Studies and Latin American/Latino/a Studies by comparing the histories and realities of Latin American workers in the U.S. and Latin America. Traces the parallel histories of Latin American and Latino workers and discusses the ways in which politics, economics and social movements shape their experiences. UC/CSU LALS 15=LBCS 15 Offered Spring/Summer/Fall semesters.
    4. OLAD 7504 - Introduction to Computers II
  2. Important dates: Fall 2018 Late Start/Short Term class begins October 22nd. Make sure you are fully enrolled before that date.
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