SP 401 - Topics in Spanish Cult/Lit-GD

SP 401 - Topics in Spanish Cult/Lit-GD

3.00 Cr
This course provides a topical study of peninsular texts written in the Spanish-language tradition. According to the chosen topic, the course will cover historical and cultural elements of nation formation and imperialism, religious influences of Catholicism and Islam, the rise and fall of chivalry, modern literary movements such as romanticism, realism, naturalism, the Generation of '98, the Generation of '27, the Avant-garde, Civil War and Francoism, post-modernism and contemporary narrative. The course will focus on developing techniques for analytical reading and for argumentative writing in Spanish. It will also give students opportunities to practice and improve textual interpretation in both oral and written form.
Term: 
2019SP
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Hallows, Ryan