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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN BERNARDINOHUM 335-70Professor: Dr. RobertKirklandThe Origin and Contemporary Role of Latino CultureFall Quarter 2014Tel.909-957-8373*;[email protected]* My preferred method of contact is email.I will respond to you within24 hours.All Students:Humanities 335 is a GE class that fulfills the followingrequirements: capstone class in the College of Arts and Letters andthe multicultural/gender requirement of the GE program.Prerequisitefor Hum 335: Junior/Senior standing.Liberal Studies Students:For those Liberal Studies students in theSpanish Studies Track, Humanities 335 is a required class and youmust receive a grade of "B" or above (83%). If you receive less than a"B," you will be required to retake the class.Dropping and Adding:You are responsible for understanding thepolicies and procedures about add/drops, academic renewal, etc.found in the CSUSB Bulletin.Support for Students with Disabilities:If you are in need of anaccommodation for a disability in order to participate in this class,please let me know ASAP and also contact Services to Students withDisabilities at UH-183, 909-537-5238.Textbooks:The textbooks below are available in the campusbookstore and come in a shrink wrap.I strongly suggest that you buythe shrink wrapped version to assure that you have the propermaterials.Daniel S. Whitaker,Voices of Latino Culture: Readings fromSpain, Latin America, and the United States; Revised Secondedition, 2004------------------------,History of Latino Culture: Readings fromSpain, Latin America, and the United States, 20091
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World History, Don Quixote, Spanish people, Spanish colonization of the Americas, History of Latino Culture

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