Courses: Narrating Modern Mexico (SPANH221A01)

Fall 2014

This course approaches the reconstruction of the nation after the Mexican Revolution and its relevance in foundational narratives. Through literary texts and visual production including the Mexican Muralism, photography and films, this course analyses the Mexican Revolution and the post-revolutionary process stressing the tensions, contradictions, and debts of the Mexican Revolution to rural sectors including campesino and indigenous groups.

Fulfills: HU III Limit:25

Location

Haverford, Hall 006

Meeting Times

MW 11:30-1:00