SPN - 3520 - Culture and Civilization of Spanish America

Description

The rich and often conflicting diversity of the Americas as well as the historical experiences that allow us to speak of the Americas as a whole: The conquest, the colonial period, the struggles for independence against (neo)colonialism, the clashing and mixing of cultures, the yoke of slavery and servitude, the formation of rigid social hierarchies, and the frustrated search for democracy and economic development. These phenomena are followed in a variety of artistic media, from painting to poetry and from music to film. (H and N)

Frequency: Intermittent

Last Offered: Fall 2019

Fulfills the following requirements:

Course prerequisites include some or all of:

SPN - 3300 SPN - 3350

Fall 2019 Offerings - Best viewed on a desktop

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Class times to be announced (TBA):

Period Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 - 7:25am
2 - 8:30am
3 - 9:35am
4 - 10:40am
5 - 11:45am
6 - 12:50pm
7 - 1:55pm
8 - 3:00pm
9 - 4:05pm
10 - 5:10pm
11 - 6:15pm
E1 - 7:20pm
E2 - 8:20pm
E3 - 9:20pm