Skip to main content

PRLS 4510 Emerging Realities and Alternatives for Puerto Ricans and Other Latinxs in the U.S: Home

Course Description

Impact of Latin@ demographic, political, and cultural trends. Education, economic disparities, political empowerment, and on-going challenges to Latin@s. Identity, citizenship, cultural production, Latinidad, and Latinization.

Professor

Professor Reynaldo Ortiz-MinayaReynaldo Ortiz-Minaya, Ph.D.

r.ortiz-minaya@brooklyn.cuny.edu

718-951-5561 Ext. 3605

Office: 1208B Boylan Hall

 

Course Text

IMPORTANT NOTE ON ACCESSIBILITY:
To use assistive technology (screen readers, OpenDyslexic typeface) you must turn on "Accessibility Mode" in your ProQuest profile.
You only need to do this once and the system will remember your settings.
After you logon for off-campus access:

  1. Select Settings in the top navigation bar
  2. In drop down menu select "Profile"
  3. Go to "Accessibility Mode" and select the Enable Accessibility Mode radio button
  4. Select "I agree to ProQuest's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service." and hit "Save Changes" button.

OER Student Survey

Please share your experiences using this OER by taking this anonymous Zero Textbook Cost (OER) student experience survey.

Accessing Items

To access some items you need to login with your Brooklyn College ID and others you will need to enter a password given to you by your professor.

The following icons will let you know what you will need to do to access the items. 

If an item has no icon, then you don't need to do anything to access it.

Off-campus iconOff-campus access. You will be prompted to enter your Brooklyn College ID and login.

Password protected iconPassword protected item.  You will be prompted to enter the password given to you by your Professor.

OER License and Creation Information

Creative Commons LicenseUnless otherwise noted, PRLS 4510 Emerging Realities and Alternatives for Puerto Ricans and Other Latinx in the U.S. was curated by Professor Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya, Ph.D in 2018 and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

This course website may also contain copyrighted materials which is available only for your personal, noncommercial educational and scholarly use. This site is used in accordance with the fair use provision, Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act where allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. 

Every effort has been made to provide attribution of copyrighted content. If you wish to use any copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond ‘fair use’, you must obtain expressed permission from the copyright owner.

If you are the owner of any copyrighted material that appears on this site and believe the use of any such material does not constitute "fair use", please email Professor Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya, Ph.D.  to have the content removed, if proven necessary.

This open educational resource was created as part of the CUNY and SUNY 2017-19 Open Educational Resources Initiatives. Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature awarded CUNY and SUNY $16 million to implement open educational resources to develop, enhance and institutionalize new and ongoing open educational resources across both universities.

Special thanks to the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs, the CUNY Office of Library Services (OLS), Brooklyn College Administration and Professor Miriam Deutch, Coordinator, Brooklyn College Open Educational Resources Initiative.

Site design and formatting by Amy Wolfe, OER Developer (Brooklyn College) and Accessibility Librarian (CUNY Office of Library Services).