Spain and Latin America 1945-date
Module code: R9021
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar, Lecture
Assessment modes: Coursework, Unseen examination
Relevant works of literature, film, theatre and the press are studied in Spanish, wherever possible. Written and oral material is drawn from a wide range of sources to make you aware of the context in which Spain has progressed towards its current situation. You will develop essential skills of note-taking, discussing, summarising, analysing and essay writing (including documentation). The module will allow you to progress towards independent study.
Module learning outcomes
- The successful student will demonstrate knowledge of some of the historical events and cultural trends that characterise Spanish society in the latter part of the 20th century.
- S/he will demonstrate a critical understanding of some of the intellectual ideas and and/or aesthetic themes that gained currency in the period.
- S/he will demonstrate the capacity to analyse and synthesise data from a range of sources and to evaluate them critically in the context of discursive essays.
- S/he will demonstrate the ability to write cogently and succinctly in the target language at an appropriate level of accuracy and sophistication.