Introduction to Latin American Literature An introductory course to reading major texts in Spanish provides an historical survey of the literary movements within Latin American literature from the pre-Hispanic to the contemporary period.
August 5th and August 6th at 7: Doors open at 6: Google Scholar Chronicles developments in Shakespeare biographies from the early s to the present.
We will also study the relationship between "postmodernism," the late-capitalist era and what has been called the "culture of contentment" or "culture of well-being.
Go to comments Auditions:: Go to comments Course Offerings:: Women and Revolution in Latin America We will study works by some of the most prominent female voices from Latin America and examine the central role that women held in various Latin American struggles of liberation, civil war and revolution.
Learn about our department Our degree programs We offer a B. We will read historical, political, philosophical, and cultural texts to understand this process and the fascination that it commanded around the world.
We will focus on twenty-first century narratives written by Latin American authors, but in which the story or part of the story takes place in the U. Performances will be Sept. Be sure to check out ArtSearch.
Participation in a Carleton or in another approved foreign study program is highly recommended for students majoring or concentrating in the above areas. It is an excellent opportunity to brush up on your Spanish and to learn through dialogue with invited experts, community activists, and film directors, and view films from various parts of the globe.
Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs. Video Editor Internship Looking for an Intern with some knowledge of editing software who would like to work in television.
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Nation, Power, Gender An examination of Latin American theater as both text and performance, this course studies selected works in the context of the social, political, and cultural issues of their time, from the aftermath of the Mexican Revolution to cross-dressing on the Argentine stage and new ways to perform gender.
Must be able to work under little supervision and stay in character. Taught three days a week in Spanish. Looking to start preproduction by end of month and shooting in mid-August. Bring your art supplies and a towel or cushion on which to sit.
Originally released as a motion picture in We'll close the course with a nod to those authors who reject Magical Realism as the primary mode of fiction in Latin American prose.
The Theatre office will remain open throughout the summer. The Angel in the Office: We support and foster collaboration and inquiry among our students and our faculty.
Theory and Practice of Urban Life More than a study of the image of Madrid in Spanish literature, this course examines the actual experience of living in a cosmopolitan city through a variety of disciplines, including Urban Studies, Geography, Architecture, Sociology, and Spanish poetry and fiction.
Love and Loss in the Memoirs of C. A concern with the interplay between reality and fiction rests at the heart of Magical Realism--a mode of discourse and a perspective on the problem of representation that informs a good many of the best known works in Latin American literature.
We also kindly ask you to disseminate this to individuals who might be interested in participating. While focusing on the work of one major figure, we will read it in connection to the poetry of other authors. This course will examine the ways in which Cervantes transformed these models to create what is considered by many the first "modern" novel in European history.
Our literature, film and cultural courses have a number of goals: Name, Major word summary of summer break experience Headshot, Photos optional, to be included in the slideshow on the page Kimberly Byce. We are looking for some creative ideas for incorporating live entertainment into the event.
Please be passionate about creating work with a small crew. Students will develop exercises and lessons intended for K students. The Boom and After In this course, we will study a selection of Latin American novels and stories that range from the experimental novels of the Boom and magical realism to the postmodern narratives of the Postboom.
Its literary image has varied greatly in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, at times suggesting the lost Garden of Eden, at other times mirroring human cruelty, and recently coming center stage in the ecological novel. Thirty years later, de Palma recreates his past glories and pays tribute to silent films by carrying out funeral rites each night at his funeral home in Argentina.We will read the works of playwrights from Chile: Juan Rádrigan, Ariel Dorfman; Argentina: Roberto Cossa, Griselda Gambaro, Patricia Suárez; Mexico: Sabina Berman, Carlos Fuentes, Javier Malpica; Cuba: Abel González Melo; and the United States: Luis Valdez, Nilo Cruz, and Maria Irene Fornes.
Between Pancho Villa and a naked woman (Director: Sabina Berman and Isabelle Tardan) Original Title: Entre Pancho Villa y una mujer desnuda min.: sd., col.; 1/2 in, Comedic history of a love replete with passion, aversion, machismo, and infidelity.
Dramatists may include Rodolfo Usigli, Vicente Leñero, Griselda Gambaro, Manuel Puig, Jorge Díaz, Ariel Dorfman, Sabina Berman, Susana Torres Molina, Flavio Gómez Mello, Lola Arias.
Prerequisite: Spanish or above. A Time Series Analysis of the Effect of American Economic Sanctions on the Sudanese Economy Schall Ali Safa Jose Mendez Intersections of Music and Science in the Works of David Dunn and Andrea Polli Justice Studies Chou Cecilia Sabine Feisst Music History/Literature.
Ariel Rodriguez Parks & Recreation Management. This book employs the research of psychologists Bessel van der Kolk, Judith Herman, Donald Dutton, Elizabeth Loftus, and Cathy Caruth, in order to better understand the emotional and psychological effects of national trauma in the works of Chileans Diamela Eltit and Ariel Dorfman, and Argentines Ricardo Piglia and Griselda Gambaro.
This essay explores the ruins trope in representations of the turn-of-the-millennium Latin American city. Like Sabina Berman in her dramatic evocation of Mexico City, Latin American artists.Download