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LET 231
Cultures and Identities in the Americas and the Caribbean

Intellectual, social, and political factors will be considered in this critical examination of selected periods and aspects in the cultural formation of Hispanic peoples, from pre-Columbian America and early Spain to present-day cultural developments in Latin America, the Caribbean and Hispanic communities in the United States. Theoretical grounding for the analysis of cultural production will also be provided.

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4

Instructor(s):
Carlota Caulfield, Staff

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Check course schedule for availability. Consent of instructor needed for first-year students.

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