I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in the Spanish and Latin American Studies programs.
I am teaching the following courses:
Winter Semester 2016
ELA2102 Latin American Cultures II
Major events that shaped the cultures of Latin American societies in the twentieth century. Through the examination of diverse historical, literary, philosophical and visual texts as well as narratives of popular culture, students will learn about the cultures of Latin America in the Modern period and the era of globalization. The course, which addresses both Spanish and Portuguese speaking Latin America, covers a wide range of issues (identity, modernity, revolutions, democracy, dictatorships, iconic figures, cities, race, gender, globalization) and representative texts.
ESP5930 La figura del autor en la literatura hispanoamericana contemporánea
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