This page proposes a set of priorities and procedures for dealing with requests from other departments to cross-list courses with LLS.
Classes meeting at least two of the four priorities below will be given preference for cross-listing.
- Classes that offer conceptual frameworks that help students analyze issues relevant to Latinas/Latinos and the Latina/Latino experience (for example, comparative ethnic or gender studies courses).
- Classes that incorporate the works of Latina/Latino Studies scholars, artists, or activists in their syllabi.
- Classes that will be taught primarily by LLS faculty and affiliates.
- Classes that enhance the curriculum of the Department
LLS will also consider other requests if they meet the curricular and strategic needs of the Department.
- The LLS Curriculum committee will consider cross-listing requests twice a year, once during the fall (October) and once in the spring (February).
- Departments wishing to cross-list with LLS are asked to submit the following materials:
- Course description
- Course syllabus
- Brief description of how works by Latina/Latino Studies scholars, activists, or artists are incorporated into the course, including highlighting readings that do so in the syllabus
- Names of instructors who will teach the course