SPAN 151 - (LT) Medieval and Early Modern Identities
Semester Hours: 3
This course focuses on the main topics of Medieval and Early Modern Spanish literature, including gender, sexuality, identity, religion, and witchcraft. By questioning the concept of canon, students will read and analyze texts that have been excluded from college-level survey courses. Attention will be paid to the historical, cultural, and political reasons for their exclusion. What identities do canonical works represent and what identities are rejected and why? Readings for this course may be in English or in Spanish, but all class discussions will be in Spanish.
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