MADR 3013: Spanish Civilization

3 Credits

This course aims to offer a general view of Spanish culture and society through readings, lectures, and cultural activities. This semester will focus on a few topics portraying the transformations experienced in the country during the last years: the political system, social and economic problems, multi-ethnic society, new role of women, new family models, and present image of Spain. We will combine lectures, PowerPoint presentations, videos, discussions of required readings, and group debates. Being in Spain gives you a great opportunity to widen your approach to culture through language, and one of the aims of this class is to help you achieve this goal. All students are expected to come to all sessions prepared, with all indicated assignments completed beforehand.

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