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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18

SPAN 65.05 Staging Globalization in Latin America

This course focuses on theatre and cultural production in relation to contemporary sites of political turmoil due to the advent of globalization and the neoliberal crisis. As such, we will be studying plays from different areas of Spanish-speaking America. In order to give coherence to this broad field, the readings will focus on plays that reflect on XX and XXI Century particularities in relation to the vast concept of globalization, such as Enrique Buenaventura, Diana Raznovich, Benjamín Galemiri, among others.  Our goal is to see how these themes are developed dramatically and theatrically, as well as within the historical and national context of each play text. An important part of our discussions and play analyses will involve the nature of globalization and its manifestations and consequences in theatrical discourses.



Distributive and/or World Culture


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17W: 12