SPAN 320 Golden Age Spanish Literature and Film

An analysis of the relationship between literature and film, focusing on texts from the Spanish Golden Age and their film adaptations.  Issues to be discussed include film adaptation as a cultural construct; narrative voice in literature and film; the transformation of the written word to the visual image; and the relationship between politics, literature, and film.  This course includes a digital liberal arts laboratory in which students engage digitized and physical materials and develop necessary skills and critical frameworks for audiovisual and web-based course projects.

Credits

4 units

Prerequisite

SPAN 202 or SPAN 211

Core Requirements Met

  • Regional Focus
  • Pre-1800