San Diego State University is planning a class all about the Queen of Tejano, called "Selena and Latin-X Media Representation."
#JMS496 #Selena & #Latinx Media Representation is coming to @SDSU_JMS @PSFA_SDSU @SDSU in Spring 2020! The course explores & deconstructs the socio-cultural mediated representations of intersectional Latinx identities by analyzing the music, career & influence of @SelenaLaLeyenda pic.twitter.com/V34OUlP9ms— Nathian Shae Rodriguez (@Nate_SDSU) April 16, 2019
The first course begins in Spring 2020. It will explore the culture and influence surrounding the Grammy winner.
Students can begin registering in November.
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