Pre-requisites: HSS130, HSS131, HSS230 and HSS231 Or HSS140, HSS141, HSS270 and HSS271

Aims/Description: Students will consider the ways in which politics and culture have converged in various Hispanic contexts, and study the means by which these two topics have impacted on each other at key moments in the development of different nations. This module will explore these issues through an analysis of cultural policies in the nations covered and the detailed study of works of literature and art, as well as cinema and music.

Staff Contact: David Wood
Teaching Methods: Lectures, student-led seminars, group work
Assessment: Course work

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