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PGSE6635

Brazilian Lit of the Immigrant

Brazilian Literature of the Immigrant

This course emphasizes the representation of the immigrant on Brazilian literature. Under a political, historical, and cultural dimension, the course examines diverse contemporary literary texts, which were shaped by the notion of immigration and citizenship from Arab, Italians, Japanese, among other authors.
Authors analyzed: Milton Hatoum, Ana Miranda, Nélida Piñon, Zélia Gatai, Raduan Nassar, Alcântara Machado, José Clemente, Frida Meyer, among others./
Subject:
Portuguese
Department:
Portuguese (LS)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2013

PGSE6635A-L13 Lecture (Tosta)