GL/SP 3400 6.00 Spanish-american Literature, Culture and Society, from the Pre-Colonial Period to the Present
The course examines the development of literary genres in Spanish America within the context of historical, cultural and social circumstances. This course studies fundamental principles of several literary theories and their application to the analysis of representative literary texts. Language of instruction: Spanish. Prerequisite: GL/SP 2000 6.00 and GL/SP 2100 6.00 or permission of the department. Corequisite: GL/SP 3000 6.00, GL/SP 3300 6.00 (taken as of FW2011). Course credit exclusion: GL/SP 3310 3.00, GL/SP 3320 3.00 and GL/SP 3300 6.00 (taken before FW2011).