CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2016
Registration IDSPANB315001
Course TitleFicción latinoamericana de hoy
Credit1.00
DepartmentSpanish
InstructorGaspar,Martín L.
Time And DaysTH 2:10pm-4:00pm
Room LocationCH118
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1785
Taught in Spanish. In the 21st Century, “Here and now” is not what it used to be. There is no single “here” but instead multiple, coexisting realities (that of the cellphone, the street, the 'world'.) There’s no clear present when the “now” is multiple. In this course we will explore 21st century Latin American shorts-stories, films, works of art, and novellas that synchronize with our contemporary circumstances—-fictions and representations where realities alternate, identities flow, and the world appears oddly out of scale. As contemporaries, you will also be asked to write fictions about life “here and now.” Throughout, we will keep two fundamental questions in mind: What is reality (here)? What is the contemporary (now)? Prerequisite: at least one SPAN 200-level course.
Lottery criteria: Sociology senior majors, Gender and Sexuality
Studies concentration or Health Studies minors
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2016
Registration IDSPANB315001
Course TitleFicción latinoamericana de hoy
Credit1.00
DepartmentLatin American, Iberian and Latina/o Studies
InstructorGaspar,Martín L.
Time And DaysTH 2:10pm-4:00pm
Room LocationCH118
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1785
Taught in Spanish. In the 21st Century, “Here and now” is not what it used to be. There is no single “here” but instead multiple, coexisting realities (that of the cellphone, the street, the 'world'.) There’s no clear present when the “now” is multiple. In this course we will explore 21st century Latin American shorts-stories, films, works of art, and novellas that synchronize with our contemporary circumstances—-fictions and representations where realities alternate, identities flow, and the world appears oddly out of scale. As contemporaries, you will also be asked to write fictions about life “here and now.” Throughout, we will keep two fundamental questions in mind: What is reality (here)? What is the contemporary (now)? Prerequisite: at least one SPAN 200-level course.
Lottery criteria: Sociology senior majors, Gender and Sexuality
Studies concentration or Health Studies minors
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Book Prices




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