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SPAN0315

Hispanic Film

This course will provide an introduction to the cinema of Spain and Spanish America. We will study, among other topics: the idiosyncrasies of film language in Hispanic cultures, the relationships between text and image, representation of history, culture and society. Films from Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Spain, and other countries will be included in the course. Selected readings on film theory and social and political history, as well as various literary works. In Spanish (SPAN 0220 or placement) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL LIT LNG
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2014

SPAN0315A-S14 Lecture (Garcia)
SPAN0315B-S14 Lecture (Garcia)
SPAN0315Z-S14 Screening (Garcia)

Fall 2012

SPAN0315A-F12 Lecture (Gamero De Coca)
SPAN0315B-F12 Lecture (Gamero De Coca)
SPAN0315Z-F12 Screening (Gamero De Coca)

Spring 2012

SPAN0315A-S12 Lecture (Gamero De Coca)

Spring 2011

SPAN0315A-S11 Lecture (Garcia)
SPAN0315B-S11 Lecture (Garcia)
SPAN0315Z-S11 Screening (Garcia)

Fall 2009

SPAN0315A-F09 Lecture (Garcia)

Spring 2009

SPAN0315A-S09 Lecture (Garcia)

Spring 2008

SPAN0315A-S08 Lecture (Gamero De Coca)