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Willamette University

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SPAN 357 (IT) Indigenous LIteratures of Latin America (1)

In this course we will examine the texts produced by indigenous peoples of Latin America both in Pre-and Post-Columbian. Our attempt would be to comprehend better these cultures, to understand their cultural representations, and to appreciate their artistic productions. We will read these texts both as literature and as cultural and historical representations of the peoples who created them. Conducted in Spanish

Mode of Inquiry: Interpreting Texts;  Indigenous Peoples and Cultures Cluster

Prerequisite: SPAN 340, SPAN 352, SPAN 353, SPAN 355, SPAN 356 or consent of instructor

  • Offering: Alternate Falls
  • Instructor: Staff