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Inés Corujo-Martín
Display Name
Inés Corujo-Martín
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Humanities
Office Location
L630
Academic interests

Hispanic Literature and Cultural Studies; Visual and Material Culture; Fashion History and Theory; Gender & Women's Studies

My Courses

SPA 3302 – Survey of Modern Spanish Literature, Fall 2023

SPA 3302 – Survey of Modern Spanish Literature, Fall 2023

This course is intended for students with an advanced level of proficiency in Spanish. It covers a selection of works of Spanish literature (poetry, prose, drama) from the 19th century to contemporary times. Students are introduced to techniques of critical literary analysis. Class activities include group discussions, reading, and written assignments. Conducted in Spanish.

SPA 3302 – Survey of Modern Spanish Literature, Fall 2022

SPA 3302 – Survey of Modern Spanish Literature, Fall 2022

This course is intended for students with an advanced level of proficiency in Spanish. It covers a selection of works of Spanish literature (poetry, prose, drama) from the 19th century to contemporary times. Students are introduced to techniques of critical literary analysis. Class activities include group discussions, reading, and written assignments. Conducted in Spanish.

SPA 3301 – Survey of Early Spanish Literature, Spring 2023

SPA 3301 – Survey of Early Spanish Literature, Spring 2023

This course is intended for students with an advanced level of proficiency in Spanish. It covers a selection of works of Spanish literature (poetry, prose, drama) from the Middle-Ages to the end of the 18th century. Students are introduced to techniques of critical literary analysis. Class activities include group discussions, reading, and written assignments. Conducted in Spanish. Writing Intensive.

SPA 2202 – Latin American Literature

SPA 2202 – Latin American Literature

This course covers a selection of works of Latin American literature (poetry, prose, drama, essay) from the Pre-Columbian period to the present. Students are introduced to topics in Latin American history, society, and politics. Class activities include group discussions, reading, and written assignments. Conducted in English. Writing Intensive.

SPA 3301 – Survey of Early Spanish Literature, Spring 2022

SPA 3301 – Survey of Early Spanish Literature, Spring 2022

This course is intended for students with an advanced level of proficiency in Spanish. It covers a selection of works of Spanish literature (poetry, prose, drama) from the Middle-Ages to the end of the 18th century. Students are introduced to techniques of critical literary analysis. Class activities include group discussions, reading, and written assignments. Conducted in Spanish.

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OER Fellows: 2022-23

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