Arabic

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Graduate Course Details
Number SPN 705
Title Seminar in Latin American and US Latino Literatures
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Upper intermediate-level proficiency in Spanish

Description

A study of Latin American and US Latino literatures through representative works by key literary figures from the pre-Colombian period to the present. Chosen texts exemplify the epistolary genre, the novel, the short story, drama, poetry, and the testimonio, and represent the most important literary movements and/or currents in the region. This writing intensive seminar attempts to place texts within a historical and theoretical perspective. Conducted in Spanish.

Chinese

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Graduate Course Details
Number SPN 705
Title Seminar in Latin American and US Latino Literatures
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Upper intermediate-level proficiency in Spanish

Description

A study of Latin American and US Latino literatures through representative works by key literary figures from the pre-Colombian period to the present. Chosen texts exemplify the epistolary genre, the novel, the short story, drama, poetry, and the testimonio, and represent the most important literary movements and/or currents in the region. This writing intensive seminar attempts to place texts within a historical and theoretical perspective. Conducted in Spanish.

French

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Graduate Course Details
Number SPN 705
Title Seminar in Latin American and US Latino Literatures
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Upper intermediate-level proficiency in Spanish

Description

A study of Latin American and US Latino literatures through representative works by key literary figures from the pre-Colombian period to the present. Chosen texts exemplify the epistolary genre, the novel, the short story, drama, poetry, and the testimonio, and represent the most important literary movements and/or currents in the region. This writing intensive seminar attempts to place texts within a historical and theoretical perspective. Conducted in Spanish.

Italian

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Graduate Course Details
Number SPN 705
Title Seminar in Latin American and US Latino Literatures
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Upper intermediate-level proficiency in Spanish

Description

A study of Latin American and US Latino literatures through representative works by key literary figures from the pre-Colombian period to the present. Chosen texts exemplify the epistolary genre, the novel, the short story, drama, poetry, and the testimonio, and represent the most important literary movements and/or currents in the region. This writing intensive seminar attempts to place texts within a historical and theoretical perspective. Conducted in Spanish.

Spanish

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Graduate Course Details
Number SPN 705
Title Seminar in Latin American and US Latino Literatures
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites Upper intermediate-level proficiency in Spanish

Description

A study of Latin American and US Latino literatures through representative works by key literary figures from the pre-Colombian period to the present. Chosen texts exemplify the epistolary genre, the novel, the short story, drama, poetry, and the testimonio, and represent the most important literary movements and/or currents in the region. This writing intensive seminar attempts to place texts within a historical and theoretical perspective. Conducted in Spanish.