SPA486H1: Contemporary Caribbean Literatures and Identities


Literature studied as a socio-political space for the articulation of new concepts of cultural identity; examination of cultural change and aesthetic innovation in selected poetic, dramatic, and narrative texts from different national traditions (Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico). Taught in Spanish. (Offered every three years)

0.5 credit at the 300-level in SPA courses.
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)