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. (Offered every three years)

SPA120Y1 or SPA220Y1 or SPA219Y1 or Permission of the Department
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)