CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDSPANB218001
Course TitleBorder Crossing Narratives
Credit1.00
DepartmentSpanish
InstructorLima,Lázaro
Time And DaysMW 11:30am-1:00pm
Room LocationDAL212A
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1378
Our view of Latin American and US Latino immigration and migration has affected film and literature. Studies border crossing and (im)migration and the debates about the nature of national affiliation for the Latino “minority” and the borders these groups transgress. Examines stereotypes about border-crossers in mainstream media and literature, and how Latino and Latin-American filmmakers have attempted to subvert these images by presenting a more complex representations and experiences. Prerequisite: Spanish B202 or equivalent.
III
Counts toward the Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and
Cultures Concentration.
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDSPANB218001
Course TitleBorder Crossing Narratives
Credit1.00
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorLima,Lázaro
Time And DaysMW 11:30am-1:00pm
Room LocationDAL212A
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1378
Our view of Latin American and US Latino immigration and migration has affected film and literature. Studies border crossing and (im)migration and the debates about the nature of national affiliation for the Latino “minority” and the borders these groups transgress. Examines stereotypes about border-crossers in mainstream media and literature, and how Latino and Latin-American filmmakers have attempted to subvert these images by presenting a more complex representations and experiences. Prerequisite: Spanish B202 or equivalent.
III
Counts toward the Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and
Cultures Concentration.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description



CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDSPANB218001
Course TitleBorder Crossing Narratives
Credit1.00
DepartmentLatin Amer, Latino & Iberian Peoples & Cultures
InstructorLima,Lázaro
Time And DaysMW 11:30am-1:00pm
Room LocationDAL212A
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1378
Our view of Latin American and US Latino immigration and migration has affected film and literature. Studies border crossing and (im)migration and the debates about the nature of national affiliation for the Latino “minority” and the borders these groups transgress. Examines stereotypes about border-crossers in mainstream media and literature, and how Latino and Latin-American filmmakers have attempted to subvert these images by presenting a more complex representations and experiences. Prerequisite: Spanish B202 or equivalent.
III
Counts toward the Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and
Cultures Concentration.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description




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