(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture
This course introduces the main concepts and manifestations of Twentieth-Century Spanish American testimonial narrative. Students will review texts and relate them to their different socio-historical contexts, while examining issues such as truth, fiction and memory, collective and individual voices, and the subaltern subject in testimonial literature. Readings will be complemented with audio-visual materials.
Prerequisites: Spanish 3305 and 3309 or consent of the department.