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Fall 2024
Jul 14, 2024
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Information Please note that undergraduate university studies courses listed on SeaNet meet requirements for students with the current catalog year only. Undergraduates should check with their academic advisor, review their degree audit, and check their catalog year for specific university studies requirements that they need to fulfill their degree.

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Hispanic Film: Representation of Violence and Poverty in Latin-American Cinema - 11036 - SPN 585 - 800
All students are to complete course content online synchronously. (OLSYN) This course will investigate representative films from Latin America that focus on violence and poverty. We will review critical historical periods in Latin America through their representation in films from the 50’s to our current days. We will discuss the link between violence and poverty, otherness, memory, mourning, healing, as well as other topics, employing critical texts to explore the complex relationship between film and historical, political, cultural, aesthetical and theoretical questions. The course will include movies from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, México, Perú or Venezuela and features well-known directors such Luis Buñuel, Fernando Meirelles or Victor Gaviria, among others.
Associated Term: Fall 2024
Registration Dates: Mar 28, 2024 to Aug 31, 2024
Levels: Graduate
Attributes: Avail thru UNC Online

Extension Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
Fully Online - synchronous Instructional Method
3.000 Credits
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Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm R Online-Extension Aug 21, 2024 - Dec 12, 2024 Lecture Sergio Rivero-Navarro (P)E-mail



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