SPAN 390: Introduction to Hispanic Literary Analysis

SPAN 390-001: Intr Hispanic Lit Analys
(Fall 2019)

01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR

David King Hall 2054

Section Information for Fall 2019

Spanish 390 is an introductory course that explores how the reading or performance of literary and cultural texts (poetry, short stories, one-act plays, cartoons, film clips) function when they reach our senses (mainly ears and eyes) and help us organize our ideals and beliefs, the world we live in and the world we want to shape with the social, political, and aesthetical realities of the community to which we belong. The course helps students to be better human beings by using as tools of transformation these acts of imagination that language has given us. Taught in Spanish, this class is an excellent opportunity to enrich your critical, analytical and expressive skills in Spanish and to take them to levels you didn’t think you were capable of reaching.

 [For required work, texts, and readings go to Blackboard]

Taught in Spanish

Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Required course that prepares students for the study of Hispanic literatures. Introduces basic terminology of literary analysis and provides practice in the examination of texts in the major genres: poetry, narrative, and drama. Limited to three attempts.
Specialized Designation: Taught in Spanish
Recommended Prerequisite: SPAN 370 (may be enrolled concurrently) or permission of instructor.
Schedule Type: Lecture
Grading:
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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