Master for enjoying Spanish Literature

Spanish Language and Hispanic Literature

UB - Universitat de Barcelona. Màsters Oficials
Em Barcelona (Espanha)


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  • Mestrado
  • Barcelona (Espanha)
  • Duração:
    1 Ano
  • Quando:
  • Créditos: 60

This official Master offers 2 specialisations in academic and research-based studies: "Spanish Literature" and "Language and Spanish Literature". It is aimed at students who aspire to research Spanish language and literature.

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Barcelona, Espanha
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· Requisitos

Degrees in Hispanic philology or other philologies, humanities, history, art history, philosophy and communication sciences.

O que se aprende nesse curso?

Foundations for the Study and Criticism of Literary Art
The Poetics of Verse and Prose
Research on the History of the Spanish Language and Texts
History and Invention of Hispanic LIterary Texts
Literary Art
Thought and Contributions of Spain's Golden Age
History of the Spanish Language


  • Contributions of the Scriptorium Alfonsí­ to the formation of Castilian prose.
  • Cervantes and Quixote
  • Poetic Directions of the Twentieth Century
  • Linguistic Change: Processes of Grammaticalisation and Lexicalisation
  • The Baroque Theatrical Performance
  • Spanglish in the Literature of Latinos in the United States
  • Colonial Heritage. Historical Construction of the New World
  • History of the "Boom": The New Latin American Novel
  • The Poetic Language of Luis de Góngora
  • The Realist-Naturalist Novel: Galdós and Clarí­n
  • The Orality of Literary Texts
  • The Poetry of the Middle Ages - Dr. Gemma Gorga
  • Linguistic Reflection in Spain's Golden Age
  • Medieval Satire and Didactic Prose
  • Forms of "I": Essay and Autobiography
  • Metamorphosis of Realism in the Spanish Novel
  • Methodology of Philological Research
  • Methodology of Literary Research
  • Spanish Short Stories of the Twentieth Century
  • Thought and Innovations of Prose in Spain's Golden Age
  • Avant-garde Poetics: Prose and Theatre