SPAN 550: Latinx in the US, a Cultural and Literary Overview

This course aims to create a space for dialogue and examination of the complexities of Latino cultural production in the US by critically analyzing works from a diverse group of artists and writers we will explore some of the major themes that inform their productions (race, gender, immigration, citizenship, class, etc.).

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Term: This is a Summer I course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II.

Prerequisite(s): BA in Spanish or a related field or proof of Spanish proficiency, qualified to teach content area

University of Indianapolis

Semester: Summer 2023 – Summer I

Instructor: Dr. Ana Maria Ferreira

Graduate Credits: 3

Dates: 5/15/23 – 6/30/23

Format: Online Asynchronous

Graduate Certificate: Eligible

Master’s Completion: View Options for World Languages

 

Related Courses by Institution (by course number)
SPAN 510 Acquisition of Spanish (TBD)
SPAN 520 Structure of Spanish (Summer II 2023)
SPAN 530 Spanish Translation and Interpretation (TBD)
SPAN 550 Latinx in the US, a Cultural and Literary Overview (Summer I 2023)
SPAN 560 Latin American Literature, 20-21st Centuries (TBD)
SPAN 570 Spanish-Speaking Countries Cultural Studies (TBD)

Related Courses by Institution (by semester)
SPAN 550 Latinx in the US, a Cultural and Literary Overview (Summer I 2023)
SPAN 520 Structure of Spanish (Summer II 2023)