Listed in: Spanish, as SPAN-212
Formerly listed as: SPAN-04 | SPAN-08 | SPAN-10 | SPAN-12
Victoria Maillo (Section 01)
A survey course that provides an understanding and appreciation of the Spanish-speaking world (including both North and South America and Spain) through language, geography, history, economics, sociopolitical issues, folklore, literature and art. The different units in this course are geographically oriented, and they will focus on individual countries or particular Hispanic groups. Writing skills will be refined by the completion of research papers, and communication skills will be developed further by class discussions and oral presentations. Comprehension will be enhanced by presenting students with literary texts, movies, documentaries and periodicals. The course is conducted entirely in Spanish.
Requisite: SPAN 199, Spanish Placement Test or consent of Language Coordinator. Limited to 15 students. Fall semester. Senior Lecturer Maillo.
If Overenrolled: Priority given to Spanish majors and second and third year students from AC.