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This course aims to introduce students to the knowledge of the history of Latin American ideas from the first part of the 19th century. Significant cultural texts of the period will be analyzed which will make it possible to interpret the dialectic between discussions, concepts, ideas and history. There will be particular emphasis on grasping a working knowledge of the topic and on your representation of: processes of institutionalization, theoretical-conceptual processes, text/content production.
The goal of this course is to introduce students to notable moments in the cultural and literary history of Hispano-American countries such as the Spanish conquest, the colonial period and independence
During this course, you will analyze the causes - cultural, political, ideological - that have determined the process of Hispanic-American cultural emancipation of the nineteenth century.
The teaching aims to raise awareness of the salient moments of this history that lead the former colonies to question the problem of their own identity. Students will acquire the knowledge of the cultural history of the period studied necessary for:
-an analysis of the forms of Hispanic-American identity;
-understanding the historical and social processes in which the Hispanic-American identity is manifested
-achieve a theoretical method from the analysis of discussion that allows you to connect the social conditions of production, symbolic content and the forms of enunciation;
-examine the ideological representations present in the body of the proposed texts through the configuration of themes, concepts, and argumentative scenarios;
-analyze the context in which the knowledge is produced and the ways in which it is represented;
-understand the meaning and importance of the culture of the period starting from a contemporary perspective;
-identify significant moments in the cultural history of the period;
-promote critical and argumentative reading on themes and problems of the culture of the period;
-observe the style of writing in the proposed texts.
54 lecture hours. The first 36 hours that correspond to 6 CFU9 will take place in the 1st semester. The last 18 hours will be held in the 2nd semester. During the course which includes cultural, social, historical and ideological insights, the student will be invited to actively participate in the analysis of the texts presented.
During the lessons you will read and analyze significant texts of the most important intellectuals of the period, paying particular attention to the historical, political, and economic frame of reference.
Historia de América Latina, (Leslie Bethell, ed) t. 5, cap. I
Historia de América Latina, (Leslie Bethell, ed) t.6, cap. I e II
Historia de América Latina, (Leslie Bethell, ed) t. 8, cap. III
Carlos Beorlegui, Historia del pensamiento filosófico latinoamericano, cap.4.
Students not attending class in person must agree on the program with the Lecturer.
MICHELE PORCIELLO (President)
Lessons will start during the week beginning with Monday, October 3rd, 2022. The schedule will be provided in due time.
The exams will consist of an oral interview covering the course contents. In addition to the knowledge of the program, the exam will also evaluate the ability to expose the knowledge and the accurate usage of the language specific to this discipline.
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Students with special educational needs and disabilities cerftified by a formal statement from an official assessment body are kindly requested to contact the instructor at the beginning of the term in order to arrange a suitable testing format.