MODERN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS
Robert L Slagle Hall 304C
Phone: (605) 677-5625
Spanish and Spanish-American Literatures, Cultures and Cinema; Spanish Language; and Spanish for the Professions (health and law).
The Nineteenth-Century Spanish realist novel, specifically, the construction of characters; The social and political history of Spain and their connection to cultural products such as literature, film and art; Interdisciplinary approaches to the European Nineteenth-Century; Spanish and Spanish-American cinema, with emphasis on marginal subjects and social stratification; Identity and social recognition during Spain's First Modernity; Feminine narrative voices in contemporary Spanish-American drama and short stories; and Otherness in Judeo-Latin American literature and cinema.
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