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Undergraduate Courses Offered this Semester

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 


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SPN 420: Topics in Spanish and Latin American Cinema

Mapping Latin American Migrations: Film and Personal Narratives