SPAN 2910 Exploring Hispanic Cultures Through Film

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as SPAN 3.61.
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1 hour lecture, 2 hours multimedia laboratory; 2 credits

The development of written and conversational skills using recent Spanish and Latin American films that offer the student a broad introduction to contemporary Hispanic cultures. Designed for initial and intermediate students who want to achieve fluency in listening, speaking, and writing. Also open to other students who are willing to deepen their knowledge of Latin America and Spain and of their current social contradictions and political debates. This course does not satisfy the language requirement.

Prerequisite: Spanish *1010 [1], 1020 [2], or 1030 [3]


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