EDU 328 ZAPATISMO: MEXICAN SOCIAL MOV
A team-taught interdisciplinary examination of the Zapatista movement, including the politics of indigeneity, gender, and education. Students will theorize Zapatismo within other social movements in Latin America. In addition to formal instruction, students will participate in experiential learning, including fieldwork in an indigenous women's cooperative and Zapatista education.
This course is taught in the SATA Cuba program.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as AMS 328
Enrollment limited to 18 students.