Two Exciting New Courses on Latin America for the Fall
The DLLC is offering two exciting new courses on Latin America this fall:
Spanish 475/675: Reading Women’s oppression in LA (NEW!)
Study of topics in Hispanic culture and civilization, ranging through the geography, history, art and society of Spain and Latin American countries. PREREQ: Any of the following: SPAN307, SPAN308, SPAN325, SPAN326. RESTRICTIONS: May be repeated three times for credit when topics vary.
Spanish 490- Capstone seminar: Poetry, Marxism and Capitalism in Latin America. (New)!
Intensive seminar conducted in Spanish and devoted to the study of a selected aspect of translatlantic Hispanic literature over time. Synthesize prior literary and cultural studies in Spanish through immersion in an area that integrates and expands student’s existing knowledge. Emphasizes independent research and intensive critical writing. PREREQ: One of SPAN 301, 302, 303, 304, 355 or 370 and one SPAN 400-level course. RESTRICTIONS: This capstone course is designed for Spanish majors in their senior year of study.
For more information on the courses, please contact Gladys Ilarregui: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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