Spring Course: Interracial Intimacies & Mixed-Race Identities in the Americas

Filed under Academic & Research, Opportunities on November 25, 2019.

AML4453, Sect. 25620, MWF Period 9

This course predominantly centers cultural, historical, literary, and scientific representations of mestizaje (Indo-Hispanic mixing) and mulatez (Afro-European mixing) in the United States, Mexico, and the Hispanophone Caribbean from the mid-19th century through the 21st. By adopting a hemispheric approach to the study of mestizaje and mulatez as sociohistorical construction and embodied identity, students will engage the ever-evolving anxieties, tensions, and contradictions nestled in the “mixed-race” category. Visit https://english.ufl.edu/programs/courses/undergraduate-courses-spring-2020-upper-division/#AML4453c for a full course description.

If you have any questions about the course/course materials, please email Karina A. Vado at kvado1224@ufl.edu.