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SPANSH 171 - Barcelona and the Catalan Culture

The course offers an interdisciplinary approach to Barcelona, a multilayered space furnished by Roman, French, Muslim, and Spanish legacies that shaped a singular culture and language. Developing from periods of egalitarian social and political institutions in the Middle Ages to strong socioeconomic industrial development in the 19th century and later tourism, Spain's most European city is inscribed by a deep sense of civic and industrious society permanently seeking innovation and modernity, yet facing the consequences of its complex past. Through readings of historians, art critics, urban designers, and writers, and supported by visual materials, the course offers an integrated perspective which opens questions in every field of the Humanities and the Social Sciences on Catalan and Hispanic Cultures. Notes: The course will be conducted in Spanish. The readings will be in English & Spanish. Course site:
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Spring 2022, Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019
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