SPA 403 / ECS 403

A Literary History of Early Modern SpainCourse Cancelled

Christina H. Lee

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This course will explore a wide range literary productions that concern the Spanish government’s efforts to discursively forge a unified political body out of culturally disparate and distant territories and peoples during the early modern period. We will pay particular attention to the representation of individuals who were considered to be inferior members of the body politic or not to belong to it due to their gender, ethnicity, or low birth, and will examine their strategies for resisting or coping with marginalization.

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