Carnegie Mellon University

Hispanic Studies Courses

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82-141 Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish I emphasizes the development of communicative language and cultural competence. Students will work towards improving their writing, reading, listening and speaking abilities in Spanish, such that they become comfortable working with a variety of topics…
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82-142 Elementary Spanish II

Elementary Spanish II is the second part of a two-semester course sequence for beginning students, emphasizing the development of communicative language and cultural competence. Students will work towards improving their writing, reading, listening and speaking abilities…
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82-241 Intermediate Spanish I

Intermediate Spanish I is the first part of a two-semester course sequence (82-241, 82-242) designed to familiarize students with the cultures and perspectives of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will develop self-expression across a range of culturally significant…
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82-242 Intermediate Spanish II

Fulfills "Intercultural & Global Inquiry" Gen Ed requirement. Intermediate Spanish II is designed to familiarize students with the cultures and perspectives of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will develop self-expression across a range of culturally significant…
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82-342 Spain: Language and Culture

This course is part of the post-intermediate, 300-level program that forms the introduction to the major or minor in Hispanic Studies. Students may begin with any one of the three courses at this level or they may be taken concurrently. Spain: Language and Culture focuses…
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82-344 U.S. Latinos: Language and Culture

This course is part of the post-intermediate, 300-level program that forms the introduction to the major or minor in Hispanic Studies. Students may begin with any one of the three courses at this level or they may be taken concurrently. This course provides an introduction…
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82-345 Introduction to Hispanic Literary & Cultural Studies: Outsiders Within: Asylum and Exile Beyond Borders

This course will examine human movement across national boundaries in the Spanish-speaking world. Recent years have witnessed a rise in people fleeing countries, seeking refuge from political strife, from economic displacement, and from climate change. Just as the search…
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82-455 Topics in Hispanic Studies: Is Seeing Believing? Science in the Hispanic World

What is the dialogue between the humanities and scientific inquiry, and how do they shape each other? How does scientific development and discourse impact how we view and approach literature? What are the multiple encounters between these disciplines and how do they help…
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82-541 Special Topics in Hispanic Studies

Restricted to language majors who wish to go beyond the regular course offerings in Hispanic Studies involving group or individual study in a subject area approved by the instructor. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and a 400-level course. View the Schedule of…
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