2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CLITR 3315 Contemporary Latin American Women Writers

This course will explore Latin American women's participation in society as catalysts for social and political change. Through the works of Sor Juana De La Cruz, Isabel Allende, and Rigoberta Menchu, among others, students will learn about Latin American women's perceptions and values, and be better able to understand them. Sources will include readings in contemporary literature, history, sociology, personal narrative, interviews, and movies.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

CLITR 1100. Fulfills Global Perspectives requirement

Offered

every even Fall semester