An advanced course designed to build vocabulary and competence in more sophisticated written Portuguese. It involves composition, reading and grammar. Themes are drawn primarily from current issues in Brazil.
This course is a continuation of P491 and is taught in Portuguese.
This course takes a fresh look at current issues in pragmatic variation and the methods used to examine linguistic and social variation.Learn more about this course
This seminar takes as its point of departure the Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez’s dire assessment of Central America as a region for which modern philosophies of history—including capitalist developmentalism, culturalisms of the Eurocentric and criollista varieties, as well as revolutionary narratives based on the sacrificial logic of militancy—are doomed in advance.Learn more about this course