MSPAN 4470 Latina/o Literature And Film
This dual-level course is designed for students at the intermediate/advanced level and explores contemporary U.S. Latino/a experience through Spanish-language featured authentic cultural texts and films. Topics to be discussed may include the construction of identity in terms of race, gender, sexuality, and class; bilingualism and code-switching; the experiences of the exile, the immigrant, the refugee and the colonial subject; the marketing of the Latino/a identity; and the relationship of the artist to his or her community.
Prerequisite(s): MSPAN 3100 Spanish Composition or permission of the instructor.
A course designed to develop composition skills in Spanish. Students will study the grammatical and stylistic structures of the Spanish language and will complete assignments in a variety of genres and styles in Spanish.
Prerequisite(s): Four credits from "Core Skills" courses (MSPAN 3010, MSPAN 3020, MSPAN 3030, MSPAN 3040, or MSPAN 3050) or permission of the department chair.
Archway Curriculum: Foundational Literacies: Modern Language Literacy