This course provides an overview of Latin American literature and poetry in relationship to politics. Through classic texts and works, we will examine what is literature from the perspective of culture, and the concrete functions that have been historically assigned to these institutions and forms of intervention: that is, the experimental work’s intimate relation to culture in all its diverse forms, and particularly, its uneven relation to modernity, race, gender, the subaltern poor, and the nation-state.
Professor: Adam Joseph Shellhorse (abre em nova janela)
Instituição: Temple University (abre em nova janela)
Língua ministrada: Inglês
Aceita alunos de graduação e pós-graduação.