Spanish and Portuguese | Spanish America: The Cultural Context
S412 | 26597 | Professor Carl Good


HISP-S 412  Spanish America:  The Cultural Context        CULTURE
Prerequisite: S275 or equivalent for those students who matriculated
prior to Fall 2001.
S331 or equivalent for those students who matriculated Fall 2001 or
after.

This course will explore responses by Latin American artists,
writers and cultural critics to violent political ruptures in 20th-
century Latin America, with a principal focus on four historical
moments: post-revolutionary Mexico, Argentina and Chile following
the “Dirty Wars” of the 1980s, post-revolutionary Cuba, and
contemporary Bolivia and Columbia during the drug wars.  Works
studied will include historical and cultural writing, along with
film, short prose, poetry and visual art. Course work will include
several short papers, quizzes (in the form of in-class writing on
assigned texts), and a final essay.

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This course carries culture studies credit.