SPN 348 - Romanticism in Latin America

Description
This course examines the new art and cultural trends of post independence Latin America. It looks at the role of painting, music and literature in the process of construction of a national identity: the “Americanista” ideology. It will study the origins and tendencies of the romantic movement, which breaks all classical rules and gives free rein to excited feelings. The course will follow the artistic-cultural work and activities of the prominent figures whose talent and efforts contributed to the creation of the new Spanish-American nations.
Credits
3
Attributes
GE-Humanities-Cat Yr to FL12, GE-Multicult Aw-Cat Yr to FL12
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2018, Fall 2016
Avg. Class Size
38
Avg. Sections
1