Romance Studies: Hispanic Language & Literatures

  • GRS LS 621: Reading Spanish for Graduate Students
    Designed to prepare graduate students for the Spanish reading exam. Develops a knowledge of the fundamentals of Spanish grammar. Practice in translating passages. No previous knowledge of Spanish required.
  • GRS LS 850: Seminar: Topics in Hispanic Literature
    Four topics are offered 2015/2016. Students may take one, two, three, or four for credit. Fall 2015 Section A1: Revolution in Intellectual Thought and Popular Film. Through a selection of representative texts (literature, film, and theory), this seminar explores the convergence of intellectual thought and popular film in connection to various ways of conceptualizing revolution. The vantage point is the visual archive of revolutionary Mexico. Fall 2015 Section B1: Stories of Jesus: Religion and Ideology in Spanish Literature (1895-1953). Readings include: Nazarín, by Benito Pérez Galdós, El Cristo de Velázquez, by Miguel de Unamuno, Luces de Bohemia, by Ramón del Valle-Inclán, and Requiem por un campesino español, by Ramón Sender. Spring 2016 Section A1: TBA. Spring 2016 Section B1: TBA.
  • GRS LS 951: Directed Study in Hispanic Language and Literatures
    Graduate Prerequisites: consent of instructor and department.
    Hours arranged.
  • GRS LS 952: Directed Study in Hispanic Language and Literatures
    Graduate Prerequisites: consent of instructor and department.
    Hours arranged.