Spanish

Current Course Offerings

Winter 2017

SPAN357 The Golden Age of Peninsular Literature and Culture Sections

Tradition, faith, conflict, prosperity, and decadence in literature and everyday life from the Middle Ages to 1700.

Students are introduced to the main literary genres and trends of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age in Spain through a study of representative works from both periods. Taught in Spanish.
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Winter 2016

SPAN403 History of the Spanish Language Sections

The origins and development of Spanish; study of representative texts.

Students are introduced to the main literary genres and trends of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age in Spain through a study of representative works from both periods. Taught in Spanish.
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Winter 2016

SPAN410 Medieval Literature Sections

Topics in Spanish Literature from its origins to 1500.

Topics in Spanish Literature ranging from its origins to 1500. Taught in Spanish.
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Winter 2016

SPAN468 Romance Linguistics Sections

The Indo-European background, Classical and Vulgar Latin; the origin, development and spread of the Romance languages; their vocabulary, phonology, morphology, syntax; vernacular Latin texts and Romance texts.

See FREN 468 (Romance Linguistics). Also listed as RMST 468.
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Courses Offered in Other Terms

SPAN357

Students are introduced to the main literary genres and trends of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age in Spain through a study of representative works from both periods. Taught in Spanish.

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SPAN403

Students are introduced to the main literary genres and trends of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age in Spain through a study of representative works from both periods. Taught in Spanish.

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SPAN410

Topics in Spanish Literature ranging from its origins to 1500. Taught in Spanish.

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SPAN468

See FREN 468 (Romance Linguistics). Also listed as RMST 468.

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Winter 2016

SPAN101 Beginners' Spanish I Sections

Grammar, composition, translation, oral practice.

SPAN102 Beginners' Spanish II Sections

Grammar, composition, translation, oral practice.

SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish I Sections

Grammar, composition, translation, oral practice, readings.

SPAN202 Intermediate Spanish II Sections

Grammar, composition, translation, oral practice, readings.

SPAN206 Conversational Spanish I Sections

Conversation (group discussion and debates), readings, and grammar review.

SPAN207 Conversational Spanish II Sections

Conversation (group discussion and debates), readings, and grammar review.

SPAN221 Introduction to Literary Analysis in Spanish Sections

Critical analysis (e.g., terminology, analytical concepts) of at least three genres through the study of selected Iberian and Latin American literary texts. This course is required for the Major Program and is taught in Spanish.

SPAN222 Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Cultural Texts Sections

Critical analysis of different cultural genres such as music, cinema, art, photography, through the study of selected Iberian and Latin American cultural texts. Not available for credit toward the Major or Minor in Spanish. Taught in Spanish.

SPAN280 Selected Topics on Revolution in Latin America (in English) Sections

A cultural studies approach to Revolution in Latin America: basic concepts of revolt and revolution, highlighting the intersection of political, literary, and cultural production during Latin American revolutionary periods.

SPAN301 Advanced Spanish I Sections

Composition, translation, and oral practice. Special emphasis on pronunciation and syntax.

SPAN302 Advanced Spanish II Sections

Composition, translation, and oral practice. Special emphasis on pronunciation and syntax.

SPAN308 Spanish for Business Sections

Not available for credit toward a Major or Minor in Spanish.

SPAN312C Topics in Latin American Literature in Translation - LA LIT IN TRANS Sections

Introduction for the non-specialist to the major contemporary Latin American literary works and their cultural background. Not available for credit toward a Major or Minor program in Spanish.

SPAN321 Introduction to Spanish Civilization and Culture Sections

History and culture of Spain.

SPAN357 Survey of Peninsular Literature and Culture from the Origins to 1700 Sections

SPAN358 Survey of Peninsular Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present Sections

SPAN364 Survey of Spanish-American Literature and Culture to the 1820s Sections

SPAN365 Survey of Spanish-American Literature and Culture since the 1820s Sections

SPAN401 Advanced Translation: Spanish-English Sections

Intensive training in advanced translation from a variety of sources (literary, journalistic, legal and technical), with an introduction to translation theory.

SPAN402 Advanced Spanish III Sections

Advanced studies in Spanish language and style.

SPAN405F Topics in Peninsular and Latin-American Culture - TPCS PNS<N-A C Sections

SPAN406 Gender Representation(s) in Hispanic Literature and Culture Sections

Analysis of major works from the eleventh century to the present.

SPAN470E Topics in Spanish-American Colonial and Nineteenth-Century Literature - SP-AM CL< 19C Sections

SPAN495 Research Intensive Seminar in Hispanic Literature and Culture Sections

SPAN499 Honours Essay Sections

SPAN501B Theoretical Approaches to Literature - TH APPR LIT Sections

SPAN505B Studies in Peninsular and Latin-American Culture - STD PEN<-AM CL Sections

SPAN530B Peninsular Literature of the Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries - PEN LIT 18-20C Sections

SPAN548 Graduating Essay Sections

SPAN549 Master's Thesis Sections

SPAN550F Studies in Peninsular and Latin-American Languages and Literatures - PEN&LAT AM L&LIT Sections

SPAN570A Spanish-American Colonial Literature - SP-AM COL LIT Sections

SPAN590A Twentieth-Century Spanish-American Literature - 20C SP-AM LIT Sections

SPAN649 Doctoral Dissertation Sections