Methods of Research and Spanish Bibliography
An examination of the various types of library research and a
practical survey ofbibliography related to Spain and Spanish
History of the Spanish Language
The evolution of the language from its origin to the present;
phonology, morphology, grammar, vocabulary, style.
Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition, I
This course is especially designed for the bilingual/bicultural
program to enrich the student’s command or spoken and written
Spanish. Not open to students from the master’s program in Spanish
except by special permission of the Director of the Graduate
Workshop in creative writing
Workshop in Journalism
An in-depth study of journalistic prose and an analysis of the
differences and similarities with creative writing. The workshop
will consist of the personal experience ofwriting on varied
A panoramic study of contemporary Spain with special stress on the
arts, literature, politics, social and economic development.
Contemporary Spanish America
A study of the place of Spanish America in modern art and science,
letters, architecture, music, and of the political, social and
economic problems confronting the Spanish American republics in our
times, with a reflection on the past.
Applied Spanish Linguistics
This course offers solutions to some of the practical problems
involved in learning and teaching Spanish by reformulating these
difficulties from the prospective of
modern linguistic theory.
A study of the lexical, morphosyntactical, and phonological
differences betweenPeninsular Spanish and the language as now
spoken in the America. Particularattention is given to the Spanish
of the Caribbean area.
Contrastive Analysis of Spanish and English
A study of the major similarities and differences between the
phonological, grammatical, and lexical systems of English and