Courses: Encuentros caribeños:-entre imperios y diásporas (SPANB214001)

Fall 2007

Class Number: 1436
NEW COURSE: This course examines Hispanic Caribbean literary and
cultural production from the early colonial chronicles of exploration
to contemporary Caribbean performance artists. By studying pivotal
moments in Caribbean literary and cultural history we will engage the
“New World’s” first multicultural center through the analysis of its
complex legacies: racism, slavery, mestizaje, empire building and its
dissolution, and emancipation. Course taught in Spanish.
Prerequisite: SPAN B110 or B120 or completion of a 200-level Spanish
course, placement or permission of the instructor. Enrollment limited
to 18 students.

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1436


Spanish (Web site)

Taught By



Bryn Mawr, DAL25

Meeting Times

TTH 1:00pm-2:30pm