SPAN 3104W: Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literatures

3 CreditsLiteratureWriting Intensive

SPAN 3104W offers students an introduction to the main literary genres, including prose, poetry, theater, and essay, as well as the critical methods used to analyze literary works produced in Hispanic contexts throughout different historical periods. By actively engaging with Iberian and Spanish American literary traditions through close reading and class discussions, students will develop and sharpen their analytical and critical thinking skills. In addition, in line with the University of Minnesota’s renewed emphasis on and commitment to writing-intensive classes across the curriculum, students will be required to write a series of essays in formal Spanish. Students are expected to be able to read, write, and actively participate in class discussions and activities. Prereq: a grade of C- or better in SPAN 3015W or 3015V or 3019W

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