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SPAN6737

Myth & Reality SP Nat'l Ident

Myth and Reality of the Spanish National Identities

This course will explore the combination of factors—historical, sociological, cultural, etc.—that have given rise, over time, to the senses of identity or belonging within the different Spanish collective nationalities: Spain as a national entity, the País Vasco, Cataluña, and Galicia. Since history (and our way of telling it) mingles with mythical histories at the heart of these identity questions, the course will explore both interpretative arenas, and their limitations. (1 unit)

Required texts: José Álvarez Junco, Mater Dolorosa (Madrid: Taurus, 2005); material in electronic form to be available for students upon arrival at Middlebury.
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Civ Cul & Soc

Sections

Summer 2009

SPAN6737A-L09 Lecture (Maldonado Gago)

Summer 2008

SPAN6737A-L08 Lecture (Maldonado Gago)

Summer 2007

SPAN6737A-L07 Lecture (Maldonado Gago)