Topics in Hispanic Cinemas

CAS LS 579

Cinema as a perspective from which to analyze cultural and socio-political developments within the Spanish-speaking world. Topics drawn from the history of specific national cinemas, individual filmmakers or particular "schools," relations between literature and film, and political uses of film. Topic for Spring 2016: Latin American Thought and Film during the 20th Century. The relationship between film and political/social reality in twentieth-century Latin America. Topics include: the Mexican and Cuban revolutions, post-colonial liberation movements, South American dictatorships, and the challenges of neoliberalism. Lectures by LASP professors complement the course material. Taught in English Spring 2016 only.

SPRG 2018 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Lopes De Bar CAS MWF 2:30 pm-3:20 pm Mts w/COM CI590
Mts w/CAS CI590

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