SPA-340 National Traditions in the Spanish-Speaking World

This course considers the literature and cultural history of a particular Spanish-speaking country or countries. The role of literature and other cultural production in constructing the modern nation and local identities will be considered. Readings are in Spanish and may cover a variety of time periods, genres, and authors. A different country may be considered each time the course is taught, and the course may be repeated with instructor permission. Prerequisites: SPA 333, SPA 334, or SPA 335


3 credits


SPA-333, SPA-334 or SPA-335 must be completed prior to registering for this course.