Survey of Latin American Literature I

Hispanic Studies 317

Usual Description

Columbus’ 1492 voyage marks the encounter between two continents, from which a “New World” emerged. This course looks at the early writings by Spaniards and “Americans” in the Spanish colonies and traces the development of regional and national literatures in the centuries that followed. Texts (and films about the period) include narratives from the conquest, writings by colonial intellectuals, examples of literature criollista, polemical essays by rebels and statesmen, and works by post-independence writers. Taught in Spanish.

Languages Used

Spanish

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Hispanic Studies 317
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Patrick O'Connor
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara
Hispanic Studies 317 Taught by Ana Cara