Portuguese Honors Seminar

HISP-P498 - Prof. Vieira — fall 2022

Instructor
Estela Vieira
Location
EP 256
Days and Times
MW 1:15P - 2:30P
Course Description

Variable Title:  Literature and Film in Portuguese

This course is for majors who are doing Honors in Portuguese. This HISP-P 498, #11743 meets with HISP-P 405 #31507. If you are leaning toward Literature for your background on your honors thesis, you may want to consider taking this HISP-P 498 course.

HISP-S 498     #11743 Permission needed   1:15P - 2:30P       MW     EP 256    Prof. Estela Vieira

Note: Above class is open to Portuguese Honors Students only.
Note: Above class meets with HISP-P 405 & HISP-P 505.
Note: For permission for this course e-mail kallgood@iu.edu

The course description for HISP-P 405 is as follows:

This is a survey course focused on literary works and their film adaptations from the Portuguese-speaking world. Some of the best films from Portugal and Brazil are adaptations of celebrated literary masterpieces. Filmmakers from Portugal, Brazil, and Portuguese-speaking Africa have repeatedly used literature as a way to criticize political regimes and question social codes. This course will provide an historical overview of this link between film and literature. The films selected are highly diverse and reflect a broad range of styles and approaches to movie making. The course will examine the differences between film and literature as media, and attempt to define a politics of adaptation—ways in which films can employ literature to acquire cultural capital, forge national identity, and effect political action.

Interested in this course?

The full details of this course are available on the Office of the Registrar website.

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