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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SPAN 448 - Framing South American Cinema (Put on reserve 9/16/17)


Description:
Course taught online to analyze films that represent the convergent roads of different aesthetics and genres of South American film making. The course is designed to provide students with knowledge of the rich and complex South American civilization and cultures. The course is offered in English to students of any discipline, and it is a literature elective for Spanish majors and minors, and Latino and Latin American minors. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern. (Put on reserve 9/16/17. Will go inactive 8/24/2020.)

Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: SPAN 301.

Credits: (5)

Learner Outcomes:
Synthesize research findings on how films from Latin American countries can communicate effectively across cultural, linguistic, and political systems

  • Explain basic filmmaking theory
  • Identify the themes, symbols and metaphors posed in South American filmmaking
  • Analyze plot, characters, sequence of film narratives of films viewed in the course
  • Interpret films viewed in class, including technical features, screen writing, themes, and characterization
  • Synthesize research findings on how films from South America can communicate effectively across cultural, linguistic, and political systems
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
5/4/2017



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