Middlebury

SPAN 6763A

Marked Bodies

Marked Bodies: Gender, Class, and Race in Argentina
Through the articulation of literary, film, testimonial, and artistic texts, this course aims at approaching problems of gender practices as well as analyzing the disciplining of social bodies and the creation of alterities in key moments of Argentine society and culture, in the understanding that political transformations entail confrontations for the social, cultural, and artistic representation of the body. The central concepts of the course would be those of bodies/languages/representation that shape the experience of class, gender and ethnicity in Argentina´s culture. We will examine –from a chronological perspective—the colonizing projects, the foundation of the Nation-State, the modernization of bodies and languages, and the punishing devices of the last Military Dictatorship. We will also focus in the outcome of the post-dictatorial years and the formation of new movements of political and feminist resistance. (1 unit)
This course is cross-listed with Literature.
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Civ Cul & Soc Literature

Sections

Summer 2021 Language Schools, LS 6 Week Session

SPAN6763AA-L21 Lecture (Evangelista de Gonzalez)

Summer 2020 Language Schools, Buenos Aires 6 Week Session

SPAN6763AA-L20 Lecture (Evangelista de Gonzalez)

Summer 2019 Language Schools, Buenos Aires 6 Week Session

SPAN6763AA-L19 Lecture (Evangelista de Gonzalez)