Study Graduate-Level Spanish in the Summer of 2012

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Foreign languages announces that in the summer of 2012 it will be offering two graduate courses in Spanish. 

These courses are open to students in the master of arts in teaching spanish program and any other students in a graduate program who need an elective, or to any other insterested qualified individuals.

SPN 705 Seminar in Latin American and U.S. Latino Literatures

When: Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:30-6:50 pm, May 21-June 30

Description: A study of Latin American and U.S. 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.

SPN 700 Advanced Spanish Grammar and Textual Analysis

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30-9:30 pm, July 10-August 17

Description: This course is an intensive review of Spanish grammar and orthographical patterns. Students analyze selections from texts by major Spanish and Latin American authors through oral discussions, presentations, and written assignments.

For more information or questions, please write to Professors Kristine Doll (kdoll@salemstate.edu) or Kenneth Reeds (kreeds@salemstate.edu) or visit our webpage: salemstate.edu/languages/.

We look forward to hearing from you!