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SP326 – Contemporary Hispanic American Literatures and Cultures
Examines Hispanic American cultural production from the Cold War period to the present day through a selection of literary texts (poetry, essays, short stories, novels, etc.) films, music and performance. Identifies and analyzes the key issues and themes pertaining to a wide range of countries. Integrates the texts within their historical, social, and political contexts. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures requirement.
Prerequisite: Spanish 306.
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Contemporary Hispanic American Literatures and Cultures
Topics in Sociology: Migrant Journeys Through Mexico