- Taught in English, this course offers students a general view of Spanish Civilization from its origins to the contemporary age. This course covers not only the development of history in general, but it strives to interconnect the different levels of phenomena that develop in any human community; economic activities; social and political organizations; culture; ideology; and artistic, literary and religious activities. For Spanish Civilization taught in Spanish, see SPANISH 3640.
Spanish Folklore and Popular Customs
- Taught in English, this course will include a study of Spanish life and personality as it manifests itself in religious and non-religious fiestas and celebrations, gastronomy, regional differences, popular arts, the history of bullfighting, Spanish dancing and music, and popular costumes. Life in Seville will be the background for a required group paper on local Folklore and Customs.