LAS 370S • 5-INTRO SPN AMER LIT SNC MOD
|41395 to 41405||Multiple Sections||
||LINDSTROM AND OTHER|
Introduction to Spanish American Literature Since Modernism offers a look at Spanish American writing from the late nineteenth century to the present. Innovative developments in Spanish American writing are examined in the context of the rapid social changes taking place in Spanish American countries during the same period. Readings are in Spanish and include literary works in different genres as well as essays of social criticism. Instructor: Prof. N. Lindstrom voice mail: 232 4527 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org office: Benedict Hall 4.116 Required Text: Raquel Chang-Rodrëguez and Malva E. Filer, Voces de Hispanoamérica Boston: Heinle and Heinle, 1996. 3rd ed. Should be at University Co-op. In addition, there is a course packet. You must purchase the packet because it contains required readings. It is at Jenn's Copy and Binding, 2200 Guadalupe St., 473 8669 Grading Criteria: proposal for term paper 15% midterm examination 27.5% final version of term paper 22.5% quizzes and participation 5% final examination 30% Attendance Policy: Four cuts permitted; subsequent unexcused absences result in 1% grade reduction each. An excused absence is an absence satisfactorily explained by a note.