SPA386H1: Literary Landscapes of the Mexican Revolution


Examines cultural production, including short stories, novels, films and paintings surrounding the socio-political transformations of the revolutionary period. Readings and discussion emphasize general concepts of the landscape, as a visual and spatial mode of interpreting relationships between human subjects, and between these subjects and the territory they occupy. Taught in Spanish. (Offered every three years)

SPA202H1 / SPA205H1 / SPA120Y1 / SPA220Y1 / SPA219Y1 or Spanish placement test.
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)