Directly.me Women's Narrative in the Southern Cone?Do you want to explore the role of women authors? Are you interesting in learning about some of the finest pieces written by women? Want to study the role and effect of women authors in the society?
If you are seeking an answer to all these questions then this is the best source for you, as this course will give a complete insight regarding this matter. This course has been designed in the simplest possible way to help people understand the impact of women authors in the time of our history when women authors were only trying to make a breakthrough. This reading online course was published in Spring 2007 and covers the written works of female authors in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile during the latter half of the 20th century. During the course, you will examine
- Gender roles
- Feminine sexual identity
- Female suffrage movements at this time through the passages of these authors.
This course has no academic credit or degree prerequisites, but it is taught entirely in Spanish so you will certainly need a strong background in speaking and writing in Spanish prior to your enrolment. In case you do not speak Spanish then it is recommended that you enrol in a Spanish language program first before signing for this course.
The objective of this seminar for seniors is to study how fiction , both novels and short stories, written by women during the second half of the twentieth century in Argentina , Chile and Uruguay re- creates the contemporary history of the Southern Cone . Several questions move our readings and discussions. For example , how literature constructs subjectivities , how women through the narrative genre tend to correct certain national imaginary , or do how from fiction respond to the story?
Topics to be discussed include the emergence of contemporary female subjectivities and their fictional representations, the creations of the concepts of gender, sex and sexuality in Latin America. Particular attention will be paid on the movements of women who fought for women's suffrage and the military dictatorships of the 1970s and 1980s, which unintentionally contributed to changing roles of women in society. The course will combine lectures with discussions.
This course will be taught by Prof. María Rosa Olivera-Williams, Ph.D.
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?Do you want to explore the role of women authors? Are you interesting in learning about some of the finest pieces written by women? Want to study the role and effect of women authors in the society?
If you are seeking an answer to all these questions then this is the best source for you, as this course will give a complete insight regarding this matter. This course has been designed in the simplest possible way to help people understand the impact of women authors in the time of our history when women authors were only trying to make a breakthrough. This reading online course was published in Spring 2007 and covers the written works of female authors in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile during the latter half of the 20th century. During the course, you will examine
- Gender roles
- Feminine sexual identity
- Female suffrage movements at this time through the passages of these authors.
This course has no academic credit or degree prerequisites, but it is taught entirely in Spanish so you will certainly need a strong background in speaking and writing in Spanish prior to your enrolment. In case you do not speak Spanish then it is recommended that you enrol in a Spanish language program first before signing for this course.
The objective of this seminar for seniors is to study how fiction , both novels and short stories, written by women during the second half of the twentieth century in Argentina , Chile and Uruguay re- creates the contemporary history of the Southern Cone . Several questions move our readings and discussions. For example , how literature constructs subjectivities , how women through the narrative genre tend to correct certain national imaginary , or do how from fiction respond to the story?
Topics to be discussed include the emergence of contemporary female subjectivities and their fictional representations, the creations of the concepts of gender, sex and sexuality in Latin America. Particular attention will be paid on the movements of women who fought for women's suffrage and the military dictatorships of the 1970s and 1980s, which unintentionally contributed to changing roles of women in society. The course will combine lectures with discussions.
This course will be taught by Prof. María Rosa Olivera-Williams, Ph.D.

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