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Literary and Cultural Analysis for Heritage Learners

This course, designed for heritage learners, prepares students to formulate and communicate critical analyses of literary and cultural works in at least three genres chosen from theater, poetry, essay, narrative or film. Heritage learners will fine-tune and sharpen their language proficiency in Spanish as they are exposed to different world views through the study of literature and culture. The course also integrates cultural events outside of the classroom such as movies, guest lectures, art exhibits, or performances as part of class participation.

Note: SPAN 302 is the equivalent of Span 301, which is the prerequisite for all upper-level literature courses and is required for the Hispanic Literatures and Cultures major. It can also serve as the prerequisite for the Hispanic Studies minor and as the additional course above 300 for the Spanish Minor for the Professions.

Previously offered as SPAN 262; students may not receive credit for SPAN 302 and 260 or 301.

Requisites: Prerequisite, SPAN 261 or 267; permission of the instructor for students lacking the prerequisite.
Gen Ed: LA.

Instructional mode: remote synchronous