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IAS 3421 - Iberian Literatures And Cultures

Description
Which are the cultures that shape what Spain is today? This course explores the diversity of the Iberian Peninsula through its literatures and cultures. As part of both the Mediterranean and Western Europe, the Iberian Peninsula has been shaped through a dynamic of conflict and negotiation between various cultures, languages, and religions. Students will engage themes such as internal colonization, imperialism, multiculturalism, regional identities, nation formation, migration, media and popular culture, modernization, and gender and race relations, as they relate to our understanding of the country today. Focuses may include but are not limited to Muslim and Jewish Spain, the effects of the Civil War and dictatorship, visual arts and performance, identity narratives and power relations, regional nationalism, immigration and the current economic crisis in Spain. Figures studied may include writers such as García Lorca, Pardo Bazán, and Riera; artists such as Velázquez, Goya and Picasso; and directors Almodóvar and Bollaín. Prereq: Spanish 308E or concurrent enrollment in 308E. Taught in Spanish.
Attributes
A&S:CD, SD:TH, A&S IQ:HUM, LCD:LS, SD:Arch, HUM:Art, HUM:BU, IS:EN, H:
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2017
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
12
Avg. Sections
2