Novel & Nation in Spanish America W18 (LACS*6040) | College of Arts

Novel & Nation in Spanish America W18 (LACS*6040)

Code and section: LACS*6040*01

Term: Winter 2018

Instructor: S. Henighan


This course is a continuation of LACS*6010. Students going on an exchange may replace this course with a similar course taken at the exchange university. This course will study minority cultures and the relationship of the periphery and the centre. Feminist, queer, Latina/o and indigenous marginalized cultures will be studied in the context of Internationalism and Globalization.                      


Calendar course descriptions with pre-requisites and restrictions can be found in the Graduate Calendar

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