Spanish and Portuguese | Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Culture
S324 | ALL | Staff


HISP-S 324 Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures (3 credits)
Prerequisite:  S280 or S310 or equivalent.

This course critically examines a variety of Hispanic cultural
contexts, with special attention devoted to the Hispanic Caribbean,
Spain, Argentina, Mexico and the Andean nations.  The study sequence
follows three primary topical units:  Race & Mestizaje, Gender &
Sexuality and Memory & Post-Dictatorship.  Focusing on a variety of
texts (visual, literary, documentary, historiographical) from
different historical periods (1600ís to the present), the course
explores the historical and cultural traits which are unique to the
regions studied as well as the many elements they share in common.

This course carries CASE A&H and CASE GCC distribution credit.

Note:  This class replaces S275; if you have already taken S275 you
should not take S324. Look at taking a higher level class.  Have
questions?  Call the department at (812) 855-8612 or e-mail
kallgood@indiana.edu<mailto:kallgood@indiana.edu

To see active sections available for fall 2011 go to schedule of
classes at Registrarís web page:  http://registrar.indiana.edu/
Click on Calendars and Schedules, then Schedule of Classes, chose
fall 2011.  We are listed under HISP.