Cultural Studies 1.5
This course sequence is intended for students with a strong background in Spanish or in another Romance language (native or near-native proficiency). It is designed to expand the PSGE 3198 course, with a specific focus on the cultural manifestations that shape the Lusophone world nowadays. The program integrates the teaching of language in a formal classroom setting within a cultural context that may include history, media, music, cinema, literature, environment studies, and the arts in general, as well as the study of the colonization process and its cultural manifestations through a historical, geographical, political, and anthropological point of view. Students are also exposed to other phenomena that contributed to the formation of contemporary civilization in Portuguese-speaking countries through intensive reading and interpersonal oral expression, developing their listening, writing, interpretative, and communicative skills through critical thinking. Bibliography for PGSE 3200 will vary each year.
- Summer 2014 Language Schools
- Munroe Hall 401(MNR 401)
- 11:00am-12:40pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (Jun 23, 2014 to Aug 8, 2014)
- Steven Butterman Jose Laurentino Gomes Rodolfo Prates
- Portuguese (LS)
- Language School
- Requirements Fulfilled:
- Non-degree, Undergraduate
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