Considering the arguments in the readings listed below, how did ideologies of race, gender, and sexuality construct colonialist and settler colonialist perceptions about Indigenous and Chicana/o people and place? Remember to distinguish between the Spanish and American periods. Use the following readings to support your discussion: • Castañeda, “Presidarias y Pobladoras: The Journey North and Life in Frontier California” • Sanchez, “Rancho Life in Alta California” • Gonzalez- “Lupe’s Song: The Origins of Mexican Woman Hating in the United States” • Carrigan and Webb, “Lynching of People of Mexican Origin or Descent in the United States” • Saavedra, Ch. 5 The Age of Transformation from Pasadena Before the Roses *I can Provide the reference chapters for Gonzalez, carrigan and webb, and saavedra. I believe you already have the E-Text En Aquel Entonces by Manuel G. Gonzales and Cynthia M Gonzales since you wrote something for me about that.The Castaneda is chapter 1 and Sanchez is Chapter 4.
Cultural Intelligence In a global corporation, it is common for
Cultural Intelligence In a global corporation, it is common for managers and leaders to have cross-cultural direct reports. In a 3-4 pgs, address the following: