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Disciplinary package Spanish language and culture

Minor coordinator: dr. M. Nas
Open to: Students from all programmes
Entry requirements: See individual course descriptions

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The courses below offer a thorough introduction to the history, culture, literature and linguistics of the Spanish-speaking world (Spain and Spanish-America).

Some courses taught in Spanish are also open to Lingua Receptiva students (“luistertaal”). Lingua Receptiva means that students who have sufficient receptive knowledge of Spanish to be able to read texts and follow lectures, but whose speaking and writing skills in Spanish might not be good enough, are given the opportunity to do the assignments, presentations, (oral) exams and assignments in Dutch or English. So for example, in case of an exam the questions are in Spanish but you may answer them in Dutch or English. If you are interested and think you have sufficient receptive skills, please contact the coordinator of that course. Click here for a receptive skills test Spanish.

If you choose this disciplinary package, you can choose 20 EC worth of courses from the following list:

Code

Course

Luistertaal

Period

Number of EC

LET-RTCBS115

Español 1

1

5

LET-KGB291

Art and Resistance in Latin America

1

5

LET-RTCBS105

Geschiedenis en culturen van Spanje

1&2

5

LET-RTCBS119

Opstand en revolutie in Spaans-Amerika

1&2

5

LET-RTCBS217

Struggles of identity in the Hispanic World

1&2

5

LET-LET200

De academicus voor de klas

1&2

5

LET-RTCBS116

Español 2

2

5

LET-RTCBS117

Español 3

3

5

LET-RTCBS214

Crossing Borders in the Hispanic World

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS221

Moving Documentaries

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS220

La cultura de los derechos humanos en el mundo hispánico

X

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS114

Variedades del español

X

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS121

Obras maestras de la literatura hispánica

X

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS113

Inleiding Spaanse Taalkunde

3&4

5

LET-RTCBS118

Español 4

4

5

LET-RTCBS218-B

Historia y cultura de las drogas en el mundo hispánico

X

4

5

Please note:

  • It is not possible to account for each student’s timetable when scheduling the courses for the disciplinary and interdisciplinary packages. This means you will only be able to take a course if your timetable permits. If you encounter any difficulties planning which minor courses to take, please consult your study advisor.
  • If you study IBC Spanish, please be aware that you are not allowed to take courses that belong to the compulsory part of your own degree programme as electives. That also applies to courses that have a strong overlap, even if the two courses have different course codes, which is primarily the case for the language proficiency courses Español 1-4. If you are unsure about the possible overlap, please consult the examination board.