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SPAN 4210 Mexican Culture

3 hours

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This course will introduce students to the culture and contemporary society of Mexico with an overview of the country's history, politics, art, festivals, religious celebrations, and cuisine. Students will read a recent novel and see a contemporary film in order to catch the full "flavor" of the vitality and richness of Mexican culture.
(Not open to native speakers of Spanish.)
Prerequisite(s): SPAN 3050 Spanish Composition and six credits from SPAN 3010 Spanish Conversation, SPAN 3020 Introduction to Spanish Phonetics, SPAN 3030 Reading Strategies, or SPAN 3040 Spanish Grammar Review or permission of the department.