SPAN 4400 - U.S. Latinx Literature

Description
Overview of U.S. Latinx literature from a historical perspective with an emphasis both on literary and cultural issues. Topics include the construction of identity, bilingualism, migration, exile and the relationship between writers and their communities. Readings in Spanish and English from a variety of literary and artistic genres, such as fiction, poetry, theater, autobiography and music. Prereq: SPAN 3500 or SPAN 3505; or cons. of dept. ch.
Credits
3
Attributes
Diverse Cultures International Content Courses Africana Studies Latin American Studies HUM Crossing Boundaries
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Spring 2020
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