Contemporary Hispanic Fiction by Women
This course explores outstanding contemporary fiction by women writers from Spain and Latin America. From a gender-bending short story to a supernatural memoir to a gripping war novel, these works provide a window into life and literature in Spain, Argentina, Chile and Puerto Rico. The primary goal of the course is to analyze outstanding works as individual literary creations while situating them in their literary, historical and socio-cultural contexts. Ancillary goals are to build critical skills and acquire strategies for teaching literature.
Meets with an undergraduate Honors section, SPAN 447-080.