Foreign Languages Travel Abroad Seminar
- A seminar with emphasis on language, literature, and culture. Non-language students may take this course in English translation for credit in the humanities but not receive any foreign language credit. Students travel under supervision and receive one to four credits in Spanish-or in translated literature for non-language students. Number of credits depends on the duration of exposure, the amount of reading, and the quality of written work. Non-language students should consult the Humanities department chair.
- The political, social, intellectual, artistic, and literary development of the Spanish nation from its origin to the present.
Topics in Hispanic Literature and Culture
- Specific topics dealing with aspects of Hispanic literature or culture presents themes from various literary movements (Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical, Romantic, Modernist, and Contemporary). These topics cover a broad spectrum ranging from the Middle Ages in Spain to present trends in Spanish America. Due to the thematic nature of this course, it may be taken more than once for credit, provided the content is different.
Spanish American Literature and Culture I
- An examination of representative texts from various Spanish American regions, covering the pre-Columbian period through the end of the 19th century (Spanish American modernismo). P: SPANISH 2940 or equivalent.
Spanish American Literature and Culture II
- An examination of representative texts from various Spanish American regions, covering the 20th century. There will be an emphasis on the major literary and cultural movements and the historical context which helps us to understand them. P: SPANISH 2940 or equivalent.
Teaching of Foreign Languages-Spanish
- The principles and methods of teaching foreign languages. C: Should be taken simultaneously with TEACHING 4110.
- The theory of the pattern of sounds in Spanish with practical training in pronunciation. Required for a major or teaching minor in Spanish.
Supervised Independent Study
- For advanced students who wish to further acquaint themselves with Spanish literature, civilization, or linguistics; thesis type report and examination; number of credits to be determined at the beginning of the course. By special permission.