SPN-400 001 - Latin American Women Writers

This course introduces students to a representative sampling of Latin American women writers from the colonial period to the twentieth century. The course will disseminate a body of literature, which is represented minimally in Hispanic literature courses. Feminism, machismo, motherhood, sexual and political activism and the role of women as writers are some of the issues that will be explored and discussed during the semester.

Prerequisites: SPN 210 or departmental approval, or SPN 4xx except SPN 476

Course Credit: 03


Professor Nidia Pullés-Linares | npulleslinares@bmcc.cuny.edu

Special Instructions and Information:

Students need to check BMCC email 2-3 days before beginning of class in order to receive pertinent information.

Thereafter, students must check their BMCC email regularly.

Mandatory face-to-face meetings in F305:

1. 1/29/14 (3:00 -4:00 p.m.)
2. 3/10/14 (3:00 -5:00 p.m.)
3. 5/19/14 (3:00- 5:00 p.m.)