Iberian Cultures and Literatures
This course provides an introduction to the study of Iberian literatures in their cultural contexts, with emphasis on the modern era. It examines different literary genres and movements in the contexts of social, historical, political, and artistic developments.
Multimedia lectures (mixing English and Spanish) cover cultural and critical issues in relation to Iberian history, literature and arts. Electronic reading packets include Spanish texts, as well as critical readings in Spanish and English. Class discussions apply critical terms and references to close readings of assigned texts. Students are guided in developing reading and critical skills and writing research essays.
Not taught in 2023
Coordinator(s) Professor Christine Arkinstall
Lecturer(s) Dr Wendy-Llyn Zaza
Electronic reading packets are posted on Canvas.
SPANISH 302: 15 points
15 points from SPANISH 201, 278, 319, 321, 323, 377, 378 and 15 points from SPANISH 206, 207, LATINAM 201, 210, 216