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Identities & Communities courses cover topics related to national and cultural identities of Spain and Latin America.

H History & Transformation

B Borders & Contact 

I Identities & Communities

L Language at work & at play


SPAN 210 Readings in Iberian Civilization

  • H
  • B

SPAN 220 Readings in Ibero-American Civilization

  • H
  • B

SPAN 297A (Spring 2016)  Masterpieces in Latin American Cinema

  • L

SPAN 297B (Spring 2016)  National Identities in Spain

SPAN 315 (GH;US) (LTNST 315) Spanish and Spanish-speakers in the U.S.

  • H
  • B

SPAN 326 (GH;US) Reading the Border/Lands

  • H
  • B

SPAN 353  Topics in the Cultures of Spain

  • H
  • B

SPAN 354  Topics in Border Studies

  • H
  • B

SPAN 355  Topics in the Cultures of Latin America

  • H
  • B

SPAN 356 Topics in the Cultures of the Americas

  • H
  • B

SPAN 439 Don Quijote

  • H

SPAN 472 The Contemporary Spanish American Novel

  • H
  • B

SPAN 474 Many Mexicos

  • H

SPAN 476 Masterpieces of Spanish American Literature

  • H
  • L

SPAN 479  (GH;US) (LTNST 479) U.S. Latina/o Culture en Español

  • H
  • B
  • L

SPAN 488 War, Revolution, and the Struggles for Modernity: Spain 1898-1939

  • I

SPAN 490 Masterpieces of Spanish Prose

  • H
  • L

SPAN 497A (Fall 2015)  Ink at Gunpowder: Detention and Interpretation in Spanish and Spanish-American Detective Short Stories

SPAN 497 (Spring 2016)  Through the Looking Glass: Race in the United States and Brazil

  • B
  • H

SPAN 497 (Spring 2016)  Varieties of the Spanish-Speaking World

  • L
  • H
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