THEA 108 F: Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
CRN: 13658

General Education


Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre

Course Information:

This course provides students with an appreciation for the historical contributions of Native Americans, Chicanos/Latinos, African-Americans, Asian-Americans and gays and lesbians to American theatre. In this introductory class, students read and discuss contemporary plays that represent the rich variety of American multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society. This course will explore traditional and cultural backgrounds from which theatre springs, the genre or movement to which a particular play belongs, and the cultural, sociological and political climate in which these plays were created. This course fulfills the Multicultural Education Requirement for graduation.

Units:
 3
Transferability:
  • (CSU) - Transferable to the campuses of the California State University system
  • CSU - Transferable to the campuses of the California State University system
  • (Degree Credit) - acceptable to be applied to AA degree.
  • Degree Credit - acceptable to be applied to AA degree.
  • MULT CULT REQ - Meets the Multicultural Education Requirement for the Associate degree.

Section Information:

Professor:
Paredes, Miguel
Meeting Time:
Online (at one's convenience)
Aug. 23 to Dec. 11 from 5:42am - 5:42am
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