A course that explores how language, culture, race, public discourse and public policy intersect with the health and wellness of US Latinx communities. We will cover a variety of topics, including COVID-19 and its impact on our local immigrant community. Classes consist of discussion, active learning exercises and interviews with experts.
Required textbook: Spanish in Healthcare by Glenn A. Martínez, paper back or ebook. Available free, online at our library, but with restrictions.
Only prerequisite: SPAN 228 or consent of the instructor.
Grading components: class participation, critical reflective writing, hands-on projects.
MWF 1:00-1:50 in the Siebel Center for Design
Instructor: Ann Abbott, email@example.com