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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES I
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Ghana - University of Ghana, Legon - 'Univ. of Ghana'
UC Course SubjectSpanish
Number & Suffix: 102
Full UC Title: LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES I 
Transcript Title: LATIN AMER STUDIESI 
UC QTR Units - Division: 4.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course is an exploration of Latin America, a world that includes Central and South America, from historical, geo-political, economic perspectives as well as through cultural ones to include food, music, gender, race, and class. The course seeks to come to an understanding of the experiences and processes that have shaped the region. It provides students with a global vision of the Latin American reality. Students reflect on identity, revolutions, nation state formation, modernization, and social mobilization based on analyses of primary sources such as cinema, music, literature, art, and historical documents, as well as secondary sources. It offers an over-all vision of the Latin American societies and provides the fundamental skills necessary for the students to interpret the relationship between history, politics, and culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. Texts: Alicia Llarena, REALISMO MÁGICO Y LO REAL MARAVILLOSO: UNA CUESTIÓN DE VEROSIMILITUD; Theresa Méndez-Faith, PANORAMAS LITERARIOS AMÉRICA HISPANA; Nelson Osorio Tejada, MANIFIESTOS, PROCLAMAS Y POLÉMICAS DE LA VANGUARDIA LITERARIA LATINOAMERICANA. 
Language of Instruction: Spanish
 
Partner Title: LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES I 
Partner University Department: Modern Languages 
Partner University Course Number: SPAN 313