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This course highlights the role of periodization in literary studies focusing on cultural production from periods prior to the 19th century. The purpose is to expose students to the intrinsic value of learning about pre-Columbian, Medieval, Golden Age, Colonial and other Early Modern periods. This course serves to ensure that students will understand the relationship between power, discourse and knowledge production across centuries. Expressive forms and specific time periods under study will vary depending on instructor. May be repeated once for elective credit with a different instructor and topic. 1 unit.
Prerequisite: Spanish 306.
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Studies of Periodization: Coloniality Across the Americas