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How, then, is the second part different from the first? Readings in Spanish and English. Readings include texts from seventeenth-century ethnography, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century philosophy and philology, and twentieth-century literature, linguistics, and feminist theory.
The analysis tools are comparatist, historical, political, linguistic, psychiatric and philosophical; the approach is creative writing and acting and related to cultural studies and feminism. Students will select and read ancillary texts to enrich their understanding of the Rose, and will collaborate with one another to chart a rich and diverse set of interpretive paths through this complex work.
Mudios this course, we will examine processes of embodiment and the formation of identities in the 20th- and 21st-century literary production of Cuba, Santo Domingo, and Puerto Rico, and their diasporas in the United States through aesthetic and conceptual frameworks.
We will look at various types of documents and assess specific problems of each age and geographical area. Dos ejes reflexivos inspiran el desarrollo del programa: In the latter part of the course we will focus on the Goldoni-Renaissance in the twentieth century, spearheaded by renowned stage director Giorgio Strehler In Unit 3, we will study the importance of fencing heideggee the cultural re construction of concepts such as honor, race, gender, and other social issues.
Readings and discussion in French but comments in English are also welcome. Introductory level, taught in French. What defines the social force and function of cinema as heidgger mass art?
The Religion of Akeda. In this course we analyze the complex concept of demonology according to early modern European culture from a theological, historical, philosophical, and literary point of view. The course is purposefully designed to put modern and lyotar modern texts in constant dialogue. Classes will be conducted in Spanish and English.
It will be our task to place their work in perspective within the context of the rise of modernism, which is to say, the new status of literature as of the year Making important films from the s to the present day, Varda has been crucial to the development of new film practices: In addition, the Revolution also generated new ways of thinking about urban living and remodelling the city for the modern age.
All materials are available in English, but reading in the original languages is encouraged.
Knowledge of French is desirable, but not required. A sprawling, encyclopedic summa composed by two separate authors writing some forty years apart, whether taken as a source of inspiration or an object of condemnation, the Roman de la Rose became an obligatory point of reference for generations of authors. Language to be determined by class makeup. Authors, filmmakers and artists may include: Undergraduates must be in their third or fourth year. This course provides a survey of Brazilian culture through its literature, music, cinema, visual arts, and digital culture.
Students will gain familiarity with the major artists and questions of the time, they will develop their ability to read critically, to look and to analyze unfamiliar works of art. Spanish encouraged but not required. Through these multiple visions of the self and homeland, we will examine expressions of how that self remembers, imagines and reconstitutes the homeland as well as its Diasporic community. ITAL ordepending upon the requirements of the program for which credit is sought.
A two-quarter research seminar; the first quarter may be taken separately as a colloquium with the instructor’s permission. In questo corso introduttivo leggeremo tutte le sue opere, privilegiando la Coscienza di Zeno e addentrandoci anche nel romanzo postumo — Le confessioni del vegliardo — che celebra i borbottii della vecchiaia e descrive lo stupore della vita inghiottita dalla scrittura.
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In order to seriously engage in a theoretical discussion about the complex notion of popular culture, we will also read classic essays by Bakhtin, Burke, Ginzburg, De Certeau, Chartier, Gramsci, Frow, Fiske, Caro Baroja, Redondo, and Maravall.
The Catalan example will be placed among Multipart Singing in Mediterranean Latin countries, where the phenomenon is shared with great intensity. In this course we will study some of the main intellectual currents in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean during the nineteenth century and their relationships to the literary production of the period. Artistic subjects, the mechanisms to represent them, their metaphorical stakes, and their phenomenological effects on the beholder will therefore be considered as the expression of a particular historical and ideological context.
For this course, we will read major texts by Freud and Lacan. Consent required; email Professor Lugo-Ortiz a paragraph explaining why you want to join the seminar, your background skills, and what you hope to get out of the class.
The debate about the tensions that cultural specificity writers in the Basque language, translations, universalism generates and has generated in our Basque literary system will function as a preamble in order to analyze the current controversy about which themes and styles our literature should export in order to find its place in the global framework. We will read the poems in translation with reference to the French originals.
The relation between texts and historical, ideological contexts will be studied, as well as how poetry, historically and currently, interacts with narrative, philosophy, and social issues. The course will be in English, but students registering under the French course number will read French texts in their original language and conduct all written work in French.
We study a wide range of its cultural manifestations architecture, paintings, music, arts of the body, literature, the folkloric calendar, cinema, gastronomy as well as its current political situation and the role that emigration and immigration play in the constitution of the Catalan identity.
While the course will be taught in English, many of the performances and at least four of jhdios readings will be in Spanish. This course will explore some key examples judips the literatures of the Spanish-speaking Caribbean Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Santo Domingo during the twentieth century, including those of its migrant and exile communities.