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Programa___SPAN_2170___Berlin_Syllabus

Programa___SPAN_2170___Berlin_Syllabus - SPAN 2170 Early...

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SPAN 2170: Early Hispanic Modernities: Readings in Medieval and Early Modern Iberian and Spanish-American Literatures Henry Berlin ([email protected]) Fall 2008 MWF 10:10-11:00, STL 441 Office hours (ML 321): M 9:00-10:00, W 11:15-12:15 (or by appointment) Course description This introductory course explores recurrent themes and problems in the study of Hispanic literatures through the consideration of major texts of the Hispanic tradition from the eleventh through the seventeenth centuries. Discussion of materials in the classroom will provide the grounds for an understanding of more general questions, such as the relationship between literature, history, and myth; the “opposition” high/popular culture (questions of orality, tradition, transmission); genre configuration (sources, techniques, motifs); and questions of representation. The course will be conducted in Spanish. Calendario de lecturas (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Semana 1 Agosto 29 Introducción al curso Semana 2 Septiembre 1 Cantar de Mio Cid (http://www.laits.utexas.edu/cid/), vv. 1-80 Septiembre 3 CMC , vv. 81-225 (exilio) Septiembre 5 CMC , vv. 1639-1792 (conquistas desde Valencia) Entregar: reacción 1 Semana 3 Septiembre 8 CMC , vv. 2278-2310 y 3693-3735 (miedo de los infantes, final)
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