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SPAN-267 Literature and Society in Latin America
Faculty:
  • Kirkpatrick, M.
  • This course focuses on a variety of essential literary texts which
    have had a significant impact in determinig how Latin American
    societies have interpreted themselves through the 19th Century to
    present day. With a diversity of styles and genres, the course
    attempts at exploring the close relationship between Latin American
    culture and society. Special attention will be paid to decisive
    periods in the history of the region.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None
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