PRLS 3220 Exiles and Immigrants: U.S. Cuban Communities
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PR&LS 24.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Historical antecedents. Spanish-Cuban-American War and the Treaty of Paris, 1898. Early political, cultural, and economic influences. Flourishing of prerevolutionary Tampa, Key West, and New York communities. Afro-Cuban/African American relations. Major migratory phases following the Cuban Revolution, 1959. Contemporary U.S. communities and their relation to revolutionary Cuba. Political leadership, entrepreneurship and ethnic enclave formation. Race, class, gender, and identity. Intra- and inter-group relations. New U.S./Cuba diplomatic relations
Prerequisite: Puerto Rican and Latino Studies *1001 or Core Studies 3 or 9 or Core Curriculum 1230 or Core Curriculum 3203.
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