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LET 261
Latin American Women Writers in Translation
Spring

A study of major autobiographical and fictional texts written by Latin American women in the 19th and 20th centuries. Focuses on issues of identities, transatlantic networks and transnational feminism. Critical readings will include recent theoretical approaches to literature by women in Latin America.

Course Credit:
4

Instructor(s):
Carlota Caulfield

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Open to seniors only.

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