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SPAN 3830 Voices of Women in the Spanish-speaking World (3 credits)

A study of selected women writers of the Spanish-speaking world. Emphasis is given to their contributions to the development of Spanish and Latin American Literature and Culture as well as their vision of the world. This course focuses on the emergence of women's voices of Latin America and Spain through a collection of selected authentic materials such as: articles, movies, short films, documentaries, interviews, literature of testimony, from the 16thth century through the present. Special attention will be given to critical thinking and interpretation, speaking, and writing skills. This course is conducted entirely bilingually. Prerequisite(s): SPAN 2212 or consent of the instructor. (No prerequisites for non-Spanish majors.) Liberal Education Goal Area 6. (Might not be offered every year.)
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