Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 172 Visualizing Human Rights

Explores how visual artists take up the subject of human rights in response to urgent challenges facing Latina/o and Latin American communities across the Americas. Examines the imprint of film and media arts reshaping human-rights discourse. Considers persistent themes in Latina/o representation, including colonialism and state terrorism; self-representation and the rights of collectives (racial, ethnic, and sexual groups); social and economic rights. (Meets the methods requirement in Latin America and Latino studies.)

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

Sylvanna Falcon, Shankari Patel