Bethania Guerra de Lemos, PhD. Course focuses on key and 20th and 21st century Spanish, Latin American transatlantic texts. The term transatlantic is a dialectical interpretation in which these literatures exist in a process of constant cultural reference and exchange. Course focuses on Latin American response to othering and otherness in a polyphony of literary […]
The program offers courses designed especially for you, at our Madrid campus. Courses are offered in Spanish, and students are encouraged to take program classes that fit their academic interests. You will find a complete listing of program courses below, with a short description. Class size typically runs from 10-16 students; the required Advanced Language Studies course is capped at 12. Our program courses are specifically designed to include diversity within the curriculum, as courses offer critical perspectives on identity and social justice in Spain. All courses offer site visits, capitalizing on the wealth of intellectual, artistic, historical and cultural resources offered in Madrid.