Introduction to Hispanic Literature

HISP-S328 - Prof. Giles — spring 2020

S328 Prof. Giles
Ryan Giles
BH 246
Days and Times
TR 11:15A-12:30P
Course Description

Prerequisite:  S280 or Consent of the Department

This course studies representative Spanish texts from the Middle Ages to the present.  We will read, discuss and analyze early poetry, theater and prose, observing how characters, themes and literary devices are developed and reinterpreted in changing cultural and historical contexts. This course will enable students to articulate and identify characteristics that define different genres in the literary histories of Spain and Latin America. Learning to analyze the complex structure of classic works, through close reading exercises, activities and class discussions students will hone their ability to interpret Spanish literary texts from different periods.

The class is conducted entirely in Spanish.

This course carries CASE AH Breadth of Inquiry and CASE GCC2  Global Civilization & Culture 2 credit.

HISP-S 328   #5527    HONORS  11:15A-12:30P     TR    BH 246    Prof. Ryan Giles

Note:  Above class is for Hutton Honors students only.

Interested in this course?

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

See complete course details