Courses: Marginal narratives and politics in Mexican literature after 1968. (SPANH321A01)

Fall 2007

Enrollment limited to 15 students.
Focused on literary texts that are "in between spaces" (non-canonical, non-testimonial, and non-fiction texts) the course analyzes Mexican politics, violence, marginality and symbolic resistance arising from the failure of the Revolution's modernizing project, particularly after the 1968 Tlatelolco massacre.

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: a 200-level course or consent of the instructor

Fulfills: HU


Haverford, Fdrs 032

Meeting Times

T 1:30-4:00