Transnational Movements in Hispanic Culture
Explores transnational movements pertaining to Spain and Latin America: from the nineteenth-century agendas of abolitionism, freethinking and feminisms, to migration and exile, film co-productions and documentaries, and historical memory networks in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Aims of course
To identify relevant topics of Spanish and Latin American culture, history and society and contrast their representations across national borders in different media and historical periods.
To apply intercultural and interdisciplinary approaches to topics related to Spanish and Latin American culture.
To learn critical perspectives about Spanish and Latin American culture, with a focus on local and international aspects, both present and past.
Capability 1: Disciplinary Knowledge and Practice
Capability 2: Critical Thinking
Capability 4: Communication and Engagement
Capability 5: Independence and Integrity
Readings will be available through CANVAS/Talis via Modules.
SPANISH 207: 15 points
15 points from SPANISH 105, 108, 200, 201, 277, 278, 319, 321, 377, 378