Courses

Spring 2015 | Fall 2015 | Spring 2016 | Fall 2016 | Spring 2017 | Notes

Spring 2015
Course Course Name
SPAN 002 Intensive First Year of Spanish (Gras-Velázquez, Chindemi Vila, Vargas)
SPAN 003 Intensive Intermediate Spanish (Buiza, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 004 Intensive Advanced Spanish (Valencia, Vargas)
SPAN 006A Spanish Communication Workshop (Vargas)
SPAN 008 Spanish Conversation and Composition [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 011 Culturas de España [Writing Course] (Guardiola)
SPAN 023 Introducción a la literatura latinoamericana [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 069 Cartografías urbanas (Guardiola)
SPAN 087 Cruzando fronteras: migración y transnacionalismo en el cine mexicano (Buiza)
SPAN 108 Jorge Luis Borges (Martínez)
LITR 040S Colonial Latin America and its New World [Writing Course] (Valencia)
LITR 049S Cervantes's Don Quixote: The Narrative Quest (Valencia)
Fall 2015
Course Course Name
SPAN 001 Intensive First Year of Spanish (Gras-Velázquez, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 002B Intensive Spanish for Advanced Beginners (Gras-Velázquez, Vargas)
SPAN 003 Intensive Intermediate Spanish (Buiza, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 004 Intensive Advanced Spanish (Díaz, Staff, Vargas)
SPAN 008 Spanish Conversation and Composition [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 010 En busca de Latinoamérica [Writing Course] (Buiza)
SPAN 022 Introducción a la literatura española [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 056 Don Quijote [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 067 La Guerra Civil en la literatura y el cine (Guardiola)
SPAN 082 México lindo y maldito: representaciones culturales de la Ciudad de México (Buiza)
LITR 015S Introduction to Latino/a Literature [Writing Course] (Díaz) (Cross-listed as SPAN 015)
LITR 074S Queer Issues in Latin American Literature & Cinema (Martínez) (Cross-listed as SPAN 074)
Spring 2016
Course Course Name
SPAN 002 Intensive First Year of Spanish (Staff, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 003 Intensive Intermediate Spanish (Buiza, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 004 Intensive Advanced Spanish (Díaz, Vargas)
SPAN 008 Spanish Conversation and Composition [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 011 Culturas de España [Writing Course] (Guardiola)
SPAN 023 Introducción a la literatura latinoamericana [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 050

Afrocaribe: literatura y cultura visual (Díaz)

SPAN 063 Cine contemporáneo español (Gras-Velázquez)
SPAN 103 Horacio Castellanos Moya: Centroamérica en las venas (Buiza)
LITR 075S Borges: Aesthetics & Theory (Martínez) (Cross-listed as SPAN 075)
Fall 2016
Course Course Name
SPAN 001 Intensive First Year of Spanish (Staff, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 002B Intensive Spanish for Advanced Beginners (Staff, Vargas)
SPAN 003 Intensive Intermediate Spanish (Staff, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 004 Intensive Advanced Spanish (Díaz, Staff, Vargas)
SPAN 008 Spanish Conversation and Composition [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 010 En busca de Latinoamérica [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 022 Introducción a la literatura española [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 051

Cuba contemporánea: utopías, revolución y reforma (Díaz)

SPAN 061 El “otro”: voces y miradas múltiples (Guardiola)
SPAN 076 La novela latinoamericana (Martínez)
LITR 015S Introduction to Latino/a Literature [Writing Course] (Díaz) (Cross-listed as SPAN 015)
LITR 040S Colonial Latin America and its New World [Writing Course] (Staff) (Crosslisted as SPAN 040)
Spring 2017
Course Course Name
SPAN 002 Intensive First Year of Spanish (Staff, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 003 Intensive Intermediate Spanish (Staff, Chindemi Vila)
SPAN 004 Intensive Advanced Spanish (Díaz, Staff, Vargas)
SPAN 008 Spanish Conversation and Composition [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 011 Culturas de España [Writing Course] (Staff)
SPAN 023 Introducción a la literatura latinoamericana [Writing Course] (Martínez)
SPAN 053 Memorias a la deriva. El Caribe y sus diásporas (Díaz)
SPAN 070 Género y sexualidad en Latinoamérica (Martínez)
SPAN 105 Federico García Lorca (Guardiola)

 

 

Notes:

  1. Students must have taken SPAN 022 or 023 before they can take an advanced literature or film course in Spanish unless they receive special permission from the instructor.
  2. Courses numbered 40 to 89 belong to the same level of complexity, requiring the same level of preparation. The numbering does not imply a sequence.
  3. All Latin American courses count toward the Latin American Studies minor.
  4. Spanish Majors may include one“Literatures in Translation: Spanish” (LITRS) course offered by the section among their eight credits; minors may not.