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FALL 2020

 

SPN 111  Elementary Spanish I
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. Intended for students without any prior knowledge of the language. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Please see https://llrc.stonybrook.edu/placement-exams for more information.
Partially fulfills: LANG
4 credits
SPN 112  Elementary Spanish II
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Please see https://llrc.stonybrook.edu/placement-exams for more information.
Prerequisite: C or better in SPN 111 or placement into 112. See https://llrc.stonybrook.edu/placement-exams for more information.
DEC:      S3
SBC:     LANG
4 credits
SPN 211  Intermediate Spanish
A comprehensive review of the Spanish language in its global context. The course is intended to develop competence in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish through the study of grammar and interpretation of selected literary texts. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Please see https://llrc.stonybrook.edu/placement-exams for more information. Not intended for students of Spanish-speaking background.
Prerequisite: SPN 112 or placement into 211. See https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/llrc/placement_challenge_exams/index.php for more information.
DEC:      S3
SBC:     GLO, LANG
3 credits
SPN 211 (cl#88132)            TUTH   1:00 pm-2:20 pm                Staff  
SPN 212  Intermediate Spanish II
A comprehensive study of the Spanish language in its global context. The course is intended to develop greater competence in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish through continued study of grammar and interpretation of more advanced literary texts. Not intended for students of Spanish-speaking background.
Prerequisite: SPN 211
DEC:      S3
SBC:     GLO, HUM, LANG
3 credits
SPN 212 (cl#80146)            M/W   2:30 pm– 3:50 pm                Staff
SPN 214   Intermediate Medical Spanish I 
Intended for students studying or planning a career in medicine. It combines an overview of Intermediate-level Spanish grammar with vocabulary and cultural elements relevant to the healthcare field.
Prerequisite: SPN 112 or placement into 211. See https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/llrc/placement_challenge_exams/index.php for more information.
SBC:     DIV, LANG
3 credits
SPN 214 (cl#95422)            M/W   4:00 pm-5:20 pm                 Elena Davidiak
SPN 310  Spanish Grammar and Composition for Students of Hispanic - American Background
A course designed to improve writing through the study of Hispanic-American literature and culture. May not be taken for credit in addition to SPN 311.
Prerequisite: fluency in Spanish equivalent to SPN 212
DEC:      S3
SBC:     DIV, HFA+, LANG
3 credits
SPN310 (cl#80147)              TUTH 11:30 am-12:50 pm            L. Burgos-Lafuente
SPN 311  Spanish Conversation & Composition
A thorough review of Spanish grammar and of the active use of spoken and written forms. Not intended for students of Spanish-speaking background. May not be taken for credit in addition to SPN 310.
Prerequisite: SPN 212
DEC:      S3
SBC:     DIV, HFA+, LANG
3 credits
SPN 311 (cl#80148)           TUTH 11:30 pm – 12:50 pm           Kathleen Vernon
SPN 312  Introduction to Literary Studies
Reading of selected passages of prose and poetry in class, with special concentration on improving students' written and oral skills, and introducing them to the basic elements of literary analysis of Spanish and Latin American works.
Pre- or corequisite: SPN 310 or SPN 311
DEC:      G & 3
SBC:     HFA+, SPK
3 credits
SPN 312 (cl#80149)           TUTH  10:00 am-11:20 am          V. Roncero- Lopez 
SPN 321  Advanced Spanish Grammar & Composition
A review of advanced Spanish grammar with emphasis on improving writing skills and increasing mastery of Spanish syntax. Extensive practice in composition and in translation.
Prerequisite: SPN 310 or SPN 311
DEC:      S3
SBC:     CER, HFA+, WRTD
3 credits
SPN 321 (cl#88005)            TUTH  4:00 pm-5:20 pm               Staff 
SPN  393   Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
The study of Spanish linguistics, including an analysis of the Spanish sound system and the structure of words and sentences. Topics include the origin and evolution of the Spanish language and the variations of Latin American and Peninsular Spanish
Prerequisite: SPN 321
SBC:     SBS
3 credits
SPN 393 (cl#84553)            TUTH 10:00 am-11:20 am            Lilia Ruiz-Debbe
SPN 395  Introduction to Latin American Literature and Culture I
Readings in Latin American literature from its native origins through colonial rule.
Prerequisites: SPN 312
DEC:      J & 3
SBC:     GLO, HFA+
3 credits
SPN  395(cl#80150)            MW   2:30 pm-3:50 pm                   Joseph Pierce
SPN 397  Introduction to Spanish Literature and Culture I
Readings in Peninsular literature from its origins through the 17th century.
Prerequisites: SPN 312
DEC:      I & 3
SBC:     GLO, HFA+
3 credits
SPN  (cl#80151)                  TUTH  1:00 pm-2:20 pm               V. Roncero-Lopez
SPN 405   Issues In Hispanic Cultural Studies - Topic: Hispanic Visual Cultures
Vision makes meaning out of the world. It can render intelligible the material realities that surround us, as it can impinge on those realities producing something more, something in excess of our capacity to comprehend, to believe, what we are seeing. This course is about those contradictions. We will interrogate visual cultures in the context of Latin America by asking how visuality stages and enacts the uneven power dynamics, and racial, gendered, and sexual economies that emerged over five centuries of colonial rule in the Americas. In doing so, this course will ask how Latin America is constituted through conflicting visual cultures; how the colonial gaze has endeavored to render Black and Indigenous subjects as objects of fascination and degeneracy; and how those same marginalized subjects have responded, resisted, and reshaped Latin American visuality through decolonial imaginaries that are rooted in history and which project new, future-oriented worlds.
Prerequisite: SPN 395 or SPN 396 or SPN 397 or SPN 398
DEC:      S3
SBC:     ESI, HFA+
3 credits
SPN 405 (cl#88130)            M  5:30 pm – 8:20 pm                    Joseph Pierce
Note: offered as SPN 405 and SPN 532Interdisciplinary Approaches to Hispanic Studies
SPN 415   Hispanic Cultures in Contact - Topic: Latin American History Through Fiction
This course will study fictional Latin American narratives from the 19 th to 21 st centuries as complex sources of historical knowledge. We will be focusing on the testimonial and experiential contents and comparing them to classic readings on Latin American history, from the ending of the colonial period to the migrating communities of the postmodern times.  The course will include some theoretical texts on the rhetoric of historiography and the tensions between history and fiction.
Prerequisite: SPN 395 or SPN 396 or SPN 397 or SPN 398
DEC:      S3
SBC:     ESI, HFA+
3 credits
SPN415 (cl#94491)             W 5:30 pm-8:20 pm                        Paul Firbas
Note: Offered as SPN 415 and SPN 551 Early Latin American Literature and Culture
SPN 435   Topics in Latin American Literature from the Colonial Period to the Present -
Topic: Revolutionary Islands
Taking two modern events of signal importance as axiomatic—the Haitian Revolution (1791) and the Cuban Revolution (1959)—and keeping in mind the more recent Grenada Revolution (1979-83), the course examines revolutionary experiments in aesthetics. That is, the course will take revolution as its critical articulation: from historical events of revolution, to aesthetics of revolution, to what has transpired with revolution since the ascendancy and dominance of the global International Monetary Fund and World Bank, global policies regarding population control, border patrolling, and refugee status, and tourism and its attendant industries.
While focusing on the cultural production of the Hispanic insular Caribbean,
we will also study dialogical exchanges with the Anglophone and Francophone Caribbean and the Continental Caribbean, illuminating the key continuities and divergences of this corpus and addressing race, gender, coloniality, and aesthetics. We will examine documentaries, political writings, poetry, fiction, historical narratives and music. 
May be repeated as the topic changes.
Prerequisite: SPN 395 or SPN 396 or SPN 397 or SPN 398
DEC:      S3
SBC:     ESI, HFA+
3 credits
SPN 435 (cl#94493)            TUTH 2:30 pm – 3:50 pm                   L. Burgos-Lafuente
Note: Offered as SPN 435 and SPN 585Caribbean Literature
HUS  254  Latin America Today: Exploring Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Latin America
An introduction to a global perspective on contemporary Latin American culture. Latin America's political, historical, and cultural developments of this century are studied.
The course is an exploration of the indigenous and African experiences in Latin America, from the Conquest to present times, with a focus on Guatemala, Mexico, Brazil and Cuba. It is an examination of the terms  identityraceethnicity, and  mestizaje and their acquirement of different meanings through debate and time.  We will study Latin American historical figures that were intent on creating societies embracing ethnic diversity including José Vasconcelos from Mexico; Gilberto Freyre from Brazil; and José Martí of Cuba. Their calls for recognition and inclusion occurred during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, well before the Civil Rights Movement began in the United States (1954-1968). We will also study recent accounts of indigenous peoples in Guatemala, Mexico, and Brazil that are striving to preserve their communities in the wake of state-sponsored violence and/or deforestation policies. As well, we will learn about activists in Mexico, Brazil, and Cuba working right now to foster an awareness and pride in their nation’s African roots. In addition, we will investigate the important role that the African and indigenous peoples have played in the development of the world-famous musical genres  sonsamba, and  mariachi. The course will include testimonial readings, essays, interviews, internet articles, and short stories.
DEC:      J
SBC:     DIV, GLO, HUM
3 credits
HUS 254 (cl#88821)           TUTH 1:00 pm-2:20 pm                     Sally Scott-Sabo
Offered online, synchronous
HUS 290  Latin American Cinema
A contextual introductory approach to the national cinemas of Latin America and their local politics in a global context. Students develop skills in film analysis and examine performance techniques and visual languages, while studying cinema in relation to national identity, the self, and the function of culture in society. Formerly offered as HUS 390; not for credit in addition to HUS 390.
Film viewing and discussions will be organized around four overlapping themes-- Mapping Urban RealitiesRoad MoviesStreet Kids; and  Violence and Revolution: A View from Childhood—intended to provide insight into the role of Latin American fiction and documentary cinema in exploring the diverse geographies, societies and histories of the Latin American continent. We will also devote special attention to the analysis of various manifestations of social, cultural and economic conflict while revealing the roots of pervasive structural and institutional inequities in 20 thand 21 stcentury Latin America.
DEC:      J
SBC:     ARTS, DIV, GLO
3 credits
HUS 290 (cl#94487)   TUTH 2:30 pm-3:23 pm                              Kathleen Vernon   
HUS 290 (cl#94486)   TU 3:24-5:20 pm                                       
Offered online, synchronous

 

 SUMMER 2020

SUMMER 2020 TERM I: May 26-July 20 all courses online

HUS 254 Latin America Today [taught in English]
An introduction to a global perspective on contemporary Latin American culture. Latin America's political, historical, and cultural developments of this century are studied. 3 credits
SBC: DIV; GLO; HUM. Online. Instructor: Zaida Corniel

HUS 271 U.S. Latino Literature/Culture [taught in English]
A topics course in English on the literature, cultures and histories of Latinos in the United States. May be repeated as the topic changes. May be used to satisfy comparative literature major requirements with permission of major department. 3 credits.
SBC: DIV; HUM; USA. Online. Instructor: Moisés Hassan

SPN 111.01 Elementary Spanish I
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. Intended for students without any prior knowledge of the language. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. 4 Credits
Online. Instructor: Mario Henao

SPN 111.02 Elementary Spanish I
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. Intended for students without any prior knowledge of the language. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. 4 Credits
Online. Instructor: María Medín-Doce

SPN 112 Elementary Spanish II
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. 4 Credits.
SBC: LANG. Online. Instructor: Martha Chávez Negrete

SPN 211 Intermediate Spanish I
A comprehensive review of the Spanish language in its global context. The course is intended to develop competence in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish through the study of grammar and interpretation of selected literary texts. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Prerequisite: SPN 112 or placement into 211. 3 credits
SBC: GLO; LANG. Online. Instructor: Miguel Magdaleno Santamaria

SPN 322 Practical Spanish
A course for students who wish to become more proficient in reading, writing, and translating Spanish, to be used in business, administration, and in other fields of everyday professional life. Emphasis is placed on the idiomatic peculiarities of the Spanish language and the relation of Spanish to the structure of English. Prerequisite: SPN 310 or SPN 311. 3 credits. This summer 2020, SPN 322 is valid for our MINOR and MAJOR.
SBC: HFA+. Online. Instructor: Paul Firbas


SPN 503 Spanish Linguistics MEDICAL SPANISH
This Medical Spanish course is intended for students studying or planning a career in health-related fields. It combines practice in speaking, reading, listening and writing in Spanish with vocabulary relevant to the healthcare field. 3 credits
Online. Instructor: Elena Davidiak

SPN 532 Interdisciplinary Approaches to Hispanic Studies
Topic: Hispanic Fiction and Resistance
This course will offer an in-depth analysis of Hispanic works of literature and film from 19th century until now, with a view to explore how these works function as vehicles of resistance to distinct forms of oppression such as economic injustice, racism, gender-based discrimination and ideological persecution.
Letter graded (A, A-, etc.) May be repeated for credit. 3 credits. Online. Instructor: Regulo Silva

SUMMER 2020 TERM II: Jul 6-Aug 15 all courses online

HUS 290 Latin American Cinema [taught in English]
A contextual introductory approach to the national cinemas of Latin America and their local politics in a global context. Students develop skills in film analysis and examine performance techniques and visual languages, while studying cinema in relation to national identity, the self, and the function of culture in society. Formerly offered as HUS 390; not for credit in addition to HUS 390. 3 credits.
SBC: ARTS; DIV; GLO [J]. Online. Instructor: Loreto Barranco

SPN 111 Elementary Spanish I
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. Intended for students without any prior knowledge of the language. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency.4 Credits
Online. Instructor: Omar Lbadessi

SPN 112.01 Elementary Spanish II
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Prerequisite: C or better in SPN 111 or placement into 112. 4 credits
SBC: LANG. Online. Instructor: Evelyn Cruise

SPN 112.02 Elementary Spanish II
An introduction to spoken and written Spanish, stressing pronunciation, speaking, comprehension, reading, and writing. Language laboratory supplements class work. All entering students should take a placement exam to evaluate their proficiency. Prerequisite: C or better in SPN 111 or placement into 112. 4 credits
SBC: LANG. Online. Instructor: Carlos Vicens

SPN 212 Intermediate Spanish II
A comprehensive study of the Spanish language in its global context. The course is intended to develop greater competence in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish through continued study of grammar and interpretation of more advanced literary texts. Not intended for students of Spanish-speaking background. Prerequisite: SPN 211. 3 credits
SBC: GLO; HUM; LANG. Online. Instructor: Sara Martinez Navarro

SPN 542 Studies in Modern Spanish Literature
Major literary works of the 19th and 20th centuries will be read and analyzed in depth in relation to their broader cultural and historical content. Letter graded (A, A-, etc.) May be repeated for credit.3 credits
Online. Instructor: Isabel Murcia Estrada


FALL 2020

POR 111 Elementary Portuguese I

SPN 111 Elementary Spanish I. See Solar.
SPN 112 Elementary Spanish II. See Solar.
SPN 211 Intermediate Spanish I. TUTH 1:00 PM 2:20 PM. GLO; LANG
SPN 212 Intermediate Spanish II. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HUM; LANG
SPN 213 Interm Span for Span Speakers. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HUM; LANG
SPN 214 Intermediate Medical Spanish I. MW 4:00 PM 5:20 PM. DIV; LANG
SPN 310 Span Gram & Comp Hispanic-American Background. TUTH 11:30 AM 12:50 PM. DIV; HFA+; LANG
SPN 311 Spanish Conversationn & Composition. TUTH 11:30 AM 12:50 PM. DIV; HFA+; LANG
SPN 312 Intro to Literary Studies. TUTH 10:00 AM 11:20 AM. HFA+; SPK
SPN 321 Adv Spanish Grammar & Composition. TUTH 4:00 PM 5:20 PM. CER; HFA+; WRTD
SPN 393 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics. TUTH 10:00 AM 11:20 AM. SBS
SPN 395 Intro Latin American Lit I/Culture. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HFA+
SPN 397 Intro to Spanish Lit/Culture I. TUTH 1:00 PM 2:20 PM. GLO; HFA+
SPN 405 Issues in Hispanic Cultural Studies. Hispanic Visual Cultures. M 5:30 PM 8:20 PM. ESI; HFA+
SPN 415 Hispanic Cultures in Contact. Latin-American History through Fiction. W 5:30 PM 8:20 PM. ESI; HFA+
SPN 435 Topics Lat Am Lit Col-Present. Revolutionary Islands. TUTH 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. ESI; H

SPRING 2020

Courses Offered in English (no Spanish prerequisites)

HUS 254 Latin America Today. TUTH 11:30am- 12:50pm.  SBC:  DIV, GLO, HUM 
HUS 290 Latin American Cinema TUTH 2:30pm- 3:23pm and TU 3:24pm -5:30 (film screening).  SBC:  ARTS, DIV, GLO 

SPN 111 and 112 (see sections). SBC: LANG
SPN 211 Intermediate Spanish I. MW 2:30pm-3:50pm. SBC : GLO, LAN
SPN 212 Intermediate Spanish II. TUTH 11:30am-12:50pm. SBC : GLO, HUM, LANG
SPN 311 Spanish Conversation & Composition. MW 2:30pm-3:50pm. SBC : HFA +, LANG
SPN 312 Introduction to Literary Studies.TUTH 4:00pm-5:20pm. SBC : HFA +, SPK
SPN 321 Advanced Spanish Grammar & Composition. TUTH 10:00am-11:20pm. SBC : CER, HFA+, WRTD
SPN 396 Intro Latin Am Lit/Culture. MW 2:30pm-3:50pm. SBC : DIV, GLO, HFA+
SPN 399 Communication, Media and Journalism in Spanish. MW 4:00pm-5:20pm. SBC : GLO, HFA+
SPN 405 Issues in Hispanic Cultural Studies: Women and Power in Spanish 17th cent theater
11:30am-12:50pm. SBC : ESI, HFA+
SPN 415 Hispanic Cultures in Contact: Child and Young Adult Lit in Spanish. TH 5:30pm-8:30pm. SBC : ESI, HFA+
SPN 465: Topics in Hispanic Linguistics: Overview of Romance Languages. W 6:00-9:00pm. SBC : HFA+


WINTER 2020 (January 7-25, 2020)

HUS 254: Latin America Today (Undergraduate, 3 credits),  SBC : DIV; GLO; HUM [Dec: J]. ONLINE

An introduction to a global perspective on contemporary Latin American culture. Latin America's political, historical, and cultural developments of this century are studied. Course in taught in English. See poster

HUS 271: U.S. Latino Literature/Culture (Undergraduate, 3 credits),  SBC : DIV; HUM; USA [DEC: G]. ONLINE

A topics course in English on the literature, cultures and histories of Latinos in the United States. May be repeated as the topic changes. May be used to satisfy comparative literature major requirements with permission of major department. See poster.

SPN 503: Spanish Linguistics. Spanish for Medical Professions. (Graduate MA, 3 credits). ONLINE

Major issues related to the general structure of the Spanish language. The Spanish for Medical Professionals course is designed for healthcare providers or those working in a related area, such as medical technology or social work in the healthcare field. See poster for full description.

 


FALL 2019

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Courses Offered in English (no Spanish prerequisites)

HUS 254 Latin America Today. The Caribbean: Culture, Power and Aestetics [cancelled]

HUS 271 U.S. Latino Literature / Culture  [MW 04:00-05:20 PM]

SPN 111 and SPN 112: Elementary Spanish I and II [ schedules]

SPN 211: Intermediate Spanish I [MW 02:30-03:50 PM]

SPN 212: Intermediate Spanish II [TUTH 1.00-02:20 PM]

SPN 213: Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers [TUTH 1.00-02:20 PM]

SPN 310 Spanish Grammar and Composition for Hispanic American Background Students  [MW 02:30-03:50 PM]

SPN 311 Spanish Conversation and Composition [MW 02:30-03:50 PM]
A thorough review of Spanish grammar and of the active use of spoken and written forms

SPN 312 Introduction to Literary Studies [TUTH 01:00-02:20 PM]
Reading of selected passages of prose and poetry in class, with special concentration on improving students’ written and oral skills, and introducing them to the basic elements of literary analysis of Spanish and Latin American works.

SPN 321 Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition [MW 02:30-03:50 PM]
A review of advanced Spanish grammar with emphasis on improving writing skills and increasing master y of Spanish syntax. Extensive practice in composition and in translation.

SPN 393 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics [MW 04:00-05:20PM]

SPN 395 Introduction to Spanish-American Literature I  [TUTH 01:00-02:20PM]
Readings in Spanish-American literature from the Colonial period 

SPN 397 Introduction to Spanish Literature I [TUTH 02:30-03:50PM]
Readings in Peninsular literature from the Medieval and Early Modern periods.

SPN 405 Issues in Hispanic American Cultural Studies. Disabled Bodies, National Politics  [W 05:30-08:30PM]

SPN 410 Theory in Context. Revolutionary Islands [Cancelled]

SPN 420: Topics in Spanish and Latin American Cinema. Mapping Latin American Migrations: Film and Personal Narratives  [T/Th 11:30-12:50 pm]

 


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SPRING 19: See all our SPN courses < here> and all CAS undergraduate offerings and schedules < here>

SPN 111 and SPN 112: Elementary Spanish I and II [ schedules]

SPN 211: Intermediate Spanish I [MW 02:30-03:50PM]

SPN 212: Intermediate Spanish II [TUTH 05:30-06:50PM]

SPN 311 Spanish Conversation and Composition [MW 02:30-03:50PM]
A thorough review of Spanish grammar and of the active use of spoken and written forms

SPN 312 Introduction to Literary Studies [TUTH 04:00-05:20PM]
Reading of selected passages of prose and poetry in class, with special concentration on improving students’ written and oral skills, and introducing them to the basic elements of literary analysis of Spanish and Latin American works.

SPN 321 Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition [TUTH 11:30-12:50PM]
A review of advanced Spanish grammar with emphasis on improving writing skills and increasing master y of Spanish syntax. Extensive practice in composition and in translation.

SPN 396 Introduction to Spanish-American Literature II  [TUTH 02:30-03:50PM]
Readings in Spanish-American literature from the late colonial period to the present. 

SPN 398 Introduction to Spanish Literature II [MW 02:30-03:50PM]
Readings in Peninsular literature from the 18th century to the present.

SPN 399 Communication, Media and Journalism in Spanish [TUTH 01:00-02:20PM]
Reading, analyzing, writing, producing and publishing news and media material in Spanish. 

SPN 415 Hispanic Cultures in Contact [TUTH 10:00-11:20AM]
Topic: Domestic Work.

SPN 435 Topics in Latin American Literature from the Colonial Period to the Present [TUTH 11:30-12:50PM]
Topic: Introduction to Brazilian Literature.

 


Fall 2018:  undergrad SPN and HUS courses  or s implified list (PDF)

Spring 2018:  SPN and HUS courses 


¿Questions about SPN undergraduate courses?

Contact paul.firbas@stonybrook.edu

SPN 420: Topics in Spanish and Latin American Cinema

Mapping Latin American Migrations: Film and Personal Narratives  

POR 111 Elementary Portuguese I

 

SPN 111 Elementary Spanish I. See Solar.

SPN 112 Elementary Spanish II. See Solar.

SPN 211 Intermediate Spanish I. TUTH 1:00 PM 2:20 PM. GLO; LANG

SPN 212 Intermediate Spanish II. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HUM; LANG

SPN 213 Interm Span for Span Speakers. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HUM; LANG

SPN 214 Intermediate Medical Spanish I. MW 4:00 PM 5:20 PM. DIV; LANG

SPN 310 Span Gram & Comp Hispanic-American Background. TUTH 11:30 AM 12:50 PM. DIV; HFA+; LANG

SPN 311 Spanish Conversationn & Composition. TUTH 11:30 AM 12:50 PM. DIV; HFA+; LANG

SPN 312 Intro to Literary Studies. TUTH 10:00 AM 11:20 AM. HFA+; SPK

SPN 321 Adv Spanish Grammar & Composition. TUTH 4:00 PM 5:20 PM. CER; HFA+; WRTD

SPN 393 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics. TUTH 10:00 AM 11:20 AM. SBS

SPN 395 Intro Latin American Lit I/Culture. MW 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. GLO; HFA+

SPN 397 Intro to Spanish Lit/Culture I. TUTH 1:00 PM 2:20 PM. GLO; HFA+

SPN 405 Issues in Hispanic Cultural Studies. Hispanic Visual Cultures. M 5:30 PM 8:20 PM. ESI; HFA+

SPN 415 Hispanic Cultures in Contact. Latin-American History through Fiction. W 5:30 PM 8:20 PM. ESI; HFA+

SPN 435 Topics Lat Am Lit Col-Present. Revolutionary Islands. TUTH 2:30 PM 3:50 PM. ESI; HFA+