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LET 268
Women in Cinema: Latin America, Spain and U.S. Latinas

Analysis and discussion of films about women and gender issues in the cinema of Latin America, Spain and U.S. Latinas. Topics include gender roles, the woman as "Other," the construction of the female subject, women in/and relations of power, traditional and canonical representations of women's social practices, and the role of cinema in women's practices of resistance and critical opposition.
Offered every other year beginning 2019-20.

Course Credit:
4

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Staff

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Offered in alternation with: LET 269
Offered fall or spring. Check course schedule for availability.

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Last Updated: 7/12/17