SPANISH 373 - Topics in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures
Section: 103 Identities and Subjectivities in the Contemporary Hispanic World
Term: SP 2009
Subject: Spanish (SPANISH)
Department: LSA Romance Languages & Literatures
Course Note:
May be repeated for credit for a maximum of 6 credits.

A student who misses either of the first two meetings of any course offered by the Department of Romance Languages may be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Requirements & Distribution:
Waitlist Capacity:
With permission of department.
Class Misc Info:
Taught in Spanish. This section counts toward the literature requirement for Spanish concentrators and minors.
Enforced Prerequisites:
SPANISH 275 and 276; or SPANISH 290 and 310; or SPANISH 276 and 290; or RCLANG 324.
May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit(s). May be elected more than once in the same term.
Primary Instructor:

In this class we will explore the processes of constitution of different identities in the Hispanic realm (Spain and Spanish America) between 1898 and our days. Through the reading of different cultural manifestations, we will analyze the discourses generated from this identities, their internal logic and their concrete ways of working in society, in the individual and collective level. The ultimate goal of the class is to reach a wide and worthy understanding of the relations (and tensions) between culture, individuals and the public sphere in contemporary Hispanic culture.

Analysis of literary texts (poetry and prose), and audiovisual works (paintings and illustrations, short films, music videos, etc.)

Taught in Spanish. All primary sources in Spanish. Secondary sources in Spanish and English.

SPANISH 373 - Topics in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures
Schedule Listing
103 (REC)
5LSA Span & RLL Maj
6LSA Span & RLL Maj, Span Min
TuTh 1:00PM - 4:00PM
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