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Explores the ways in which public historical places gain their meaning and how this has shaped public narratives and imaginaries. The roles of Chicanos/as/xs as creators and consumers of public historical narratives are examined through the theoretical application of a Palimpsest—multiple historical narratives that at once affirm contemporary meanings while simultaneously erasing previous ones. Available for graduate credit. Meets the Ethnic Studies requirement. (ES)
*Not available for General Education credit.