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SPAN 6662 Violence in Hispanic Culture (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

In this writing-intensive course, students will interrogate the nature and representation of violence in specific Peninsular and Latin American texts, from the pre-Columbian to the contemporary periods. Painting, plastic arts, cinema, and literature are considered. Discussion-based class meetings with heavy emphasis on vocabulary building.

Instructor(s): Elizabeth Rhodes

Prerequisites: Contextos

Cross listed with:

Comments: Conducted in Spanish
Counts as an elective for the major and the minor

Last Updated: 05-Mar-14