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This Spanish course focuses on the four basic language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) at the most basic level, with a particular emphasis on critical thinking skills.
This course is designed for intermediate students of Spanish interested in acquiring the historical, social, cultural and linguistic knowledge necessary to recognize and analyze critically the multiple issues involved in intercultural communications in medical settings.Learn more about this course
The objective of this course is to enhance cross-cultural and linguistic competence in the business world through both the study of the use of Spanish in business and the examination of the codes, costumes, and other particular manifestations of business culture across the Spanish-speaking world.Learn more about this course
This course aims: (1) to introduce students to terms common to film analysis and film theory in Spanish; (2) to expose students to different film genres from Latin American countries and Spain; (3) provide students with an understanding of select cultural and historical factors that have influenced film production in Latin America and Spain.Learn more about this course
This course focuses on the insertion of Spain into the new global order by examining the links between culture, politics and the economy in the contemporary period, beginning with the Civil War (1936-1939) but focusing especially on the post-Francoist years (1975 to present).Learn more about this course
In this course, we will study texts about the Spanish conquest and colonization of America, focusing in particular on how these works reflect cultural, social, and ideological concerns that impacted the development of 19th and 20th century Latin America.Learn more about this course