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CHIC 105 Intro to Chicano Studies is a Chicano Studies course at UCD taught by the following professor: Na. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this Chicano Studies course.
Short set of notes that serve as an introduction to the course: Into to Chicana/o Studies.
These notes go over Pre-Columbian Civilizations and how those civilizations lived & contributed to society.
These notes cover the Spanish conquest of the Aztec empire and the important figures involved.
These notes go over the Spanish conquest of the Northern Frontier.
These notes cover the American conquest (Manifest Destiny) of the west and how the Mexicans responded to that.
These notes go over the conflicts between Mexico and the U.S. and how those conflicts affected Mexican territories.
These notes go over the aftermath in the Mexican-American war, especially in Texas.
These notes go over how Mexicans resisted and kept their culture alive in the late 1800's.
These notes cover the Mexican mass migration and the factors that influenced their decision to migrate.
These notes cover responses to the Mexican mass migration and how immigrants were Americanized.
These notes go over repatriation of the Mexicans living in the United States.
These notes go over the Lemon Grove Incident.
These notes cover the involvement of Mexican Americans in World War II.
These notes cover the Zoot Suit Riots and how the pachucos and pachucas were punished for things they didn't do.
These notes go over the Bracero Program and how the Mexicans were treated.
These notes cover how Mexican-Americans were viewed during the Cold War.
This study guide goes over all the ID's that could possibly be on the final exam.