SPN 2 Literature and Culture in Spanish America.

Focuses on the literature of Spanish America, exploring the interrelationships among texts, history, and culture. SPN 315, a Foundation course, emphasizes skills in the analysis and interpretation of Spanish American texts; SPN 361 explores social and historical circumstances (colonialism through national independence, issues of national development) as represented in Spanish American literature; SPN 362 continues to focus on cultural and historical circumstances in Spanish American literature from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century. All courses taught in Spanish, and all work is completed in Spanish.

Prerequisite: SPN 311. Courses must be taken in order.

1. SPN 315 Introduction to Hispanic Literature (3)

2. SPN 361 Cultural History of Spanish America I (3)

3. SPN 362 Cultural History of Spanish America II (3)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

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