21G.730 | Spring 2014 | Undergraduate

Hispanic America: One Hundred Years of Literature and Film

Course Description

This course explores artistic achievement in a culture that over the past century has engaged in constant and intense imaginative self-renewal. The class studies film, narrative (e.g., Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude), and poetry. Conducted in Spanish.
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A photograph of a gigantic wall-size mural depicting various scenes representing Mexican history.
The mural, “El mundo de hoy y de mañana, 1929–1935” by Diego Rivera at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico. (Image courtesy of Joaquín Martínez on Flickr. CC BY.)