SPN 350 - Contemporary Argentina

Description
This course will attempt to give the student a multiphasic view of the culture of Argentina, the Latin American country with the most widespread artistic activity. It will begin with the nationalistic trend in the arts, which evolved from the so-called “gauchesco” tradition. It will then examine the vanguardist current in the literature, music, and the visual arts. The goal of SPN 350 is also to give the student a greater awareness of the ever-increasing attention the world is giving to Hispanic America, the recent boom in Spanish intellectual productivity, and an appreciation of the future impact this will have on the world.
Credits
3
Attributes
GE-Humanities-Cat Yr to FL12, GE-Multicult Aw-Cat Yr to FL12
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
Avg. Class Size
50
Avg. Sections
1