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SPAN 280 Revolution! (in English)

Concepts, theories, and practice of protest, revolt, and revolution in the Hispanic world, highlighting the intersection of politics and culture through novels, poetry, letters, diaries, and/or historical accounts of specific revolutionary uprisings.

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Credits: 3


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SPAN 280 201Web-Oriented Course2 Mon Wed Fri13:0014:00

Title: "Unfinished Revolutions" | Revolutions challenge the status quo. Revolutionary leaders imagine change in times of conflict. This is an introduction to major icons, concepts, practices, and discourses of revolt and revolution from 1910-today. Read first-hand accounts of unfinished revolutions written by and about the most prevalent rebel thinkers. View full description.