CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2012
Registration IDCOMLH203A01
Course TitleWriting the Jewish Trajectories in Latin America
Credit1.0
DepartmentComparative Literature
InstructorAriana Huberman
Time And DaysTTh 2:30-4:00
Room LocationHall 006
Additional Course InfoHU III Limit:25
Cross-listed in Spanish
Spanish 102 or consent of the instructor. Enrollment limited to 25 students.
Enrollment limited to 25 students.
"Jewish Gauchos," "Tropical Synagogues," "Poncho and Talmud," "Matza and Mate." This course will examine the native and diasporic worlds described in the apparent dichotomies that come together in the Latin American Jewish Literature. The class will trace the different trajectories of time, space and gender of the Jewish experience in Latin America, where issues of migration, memory and hybridization come to life through poetry, narrative and drama.
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