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Module code: SPA333
Credits: 5
Semester: 2
Department: SPANISH
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr David Conlon (SPANISH)
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In this module, students will have the opportunity to explore how Latin American literature and culture can provide a lens through which to view and interpret the social and political complexities of the region. Through close analysis and detailed contextualisation of a range of contemporary literary, filmic, and theoretical texts, the course will examine how fictional narratives can help to shed light on a range of contemporary issues such as inequality, precarity, and the legacies of dictatorship.

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