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Monday, July 30, 2012

Summer Course 2012: Spanish 448D. Literature, Popular Culture and Music in Contemporary Puerto Rico

This course will explore literary texts, which represents the complex relationship between music and literature. Specifically, the course will deal with the different ways a literary text uses and re-interprets several forms of popular music and oral poetry in a modern Puerto Rican context. Issues of identity, performance, race, gender, body and literary representation will be discussed. Furthermore, during this class the student will develop his/her own critical skills in reading texts or cultural objects written in a Hispanic Caribbean nation. Students will be expected to participate actively in class, write short essays and complete miscellaneous assignments. The course will be conducted in Spanish. {Will appear in FYI on Mar 5, 2012
Start Time:
6:00 PM
End Time:
9:15 PM
Other Contact Information:
Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia SPAP +1 301 405 6450

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