2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

SPN 357 - The Cuban Revolution: Reinvention of a Dream

A study of the Cuban Revolution through the analysis of its aesthetic products, from 1959 to the present, in the context of international relations between Cuba, the US and the former socialist countries of Eastern Europe. Readings and discussions analyze the cultural and literary heritage that has shaped post-revolutionary Cuba, keeping in mind its complexities, ambiguities and contradictions. The course does not support a particular political agenda but seeks to understand the intersections between art and politics from an interdisciplinary perspective.

1 semester 3 credits.