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LENG-XXX Lengua 2 Profundización

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LITE-43XX Seminario Monográfico o Interdisciplinario

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LITE-XXX1 Teoría III

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LITE-XXX2 Tutorial de Profundización II

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LITE-XXX Requisito Final de Grado

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LITE-XXXX11 Electiva Profesional

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LITE-XXXX1 Seminario Latinoamericana

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LITE-XXXX2 Seminario Electiva No Hispánica

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LITE-XXXX4 Seminario Colombiana

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LITE-XXXX5 Electiva Profesional

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LITE-XXXX6 Lengua Clásica I (Latín o Griego)

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LITE-XXXX7 Lengua Clásica II

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LITE-XXXX8 Lengua Clásica III

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LITE-XXXX9 Idioma Antiguo IV

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LITE-XXXX Seminario de Temas y Autores

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LITE-1100 Introducción a los Estudios Literarios

This course focuses on an approach to the main questions posed by literature, such as its origin, its relationship with reality, with the receiver, with other fields of human experience, its transcendence, etc. This brings students into contact with literary text by means of the analysis of aspects such as genre, poetic and narrative resources (versification, rhetorical figures, composition, time, place, action, narrator, construction and presentation of characters). With the tools provided, hypotheses are formulated and discussed keeping the connotational, multi-faceted and historic nature of poetic language in perspective.

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LITE-1101 Teoría I: Poéticas Clásicas

This course provides students with an introduction to the most outstanding problems of literary theory. Although the critical perspective is from out century, a presentation will be given on the critical tradition of the ancient world. The main purpose is to make it easier for students to access texts of contemporaneous critical theory thanks to their familiarity with the poetry of authors such as Plato and Aristotle.

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LITE-1304 Literatura Española Siglo de Oro

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LITE-1324 Literatura Colombiana 3: Siglo XX

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LITE-1325 Lit Latinoamericana 1:Colonial

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LITE-1400 Latín I

Students start out in their understanding of Latin starting with its basic syntactic and grammar elements, going on to reading and the interpretation of classic texts.

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De Zubiria Rueda Manuel

LITE-1401 Griego I

Students start out in their understanding of the Greek language starting with its basic syntactic and grammar elements, going on to reading and the interpretation of classic texts.

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LITE-1501B Novela Francesa Siglo 19

This course starts out with an introduction to novels as a literary genre and its leading role in the French 19th Century, to study some of the main authors including Balzac, Stendhal, Flaubert and Maupassant. The course will analyze: Pere Goriot, Red and Black, Madame Bovary and Bel Ami, to examine the procedures by means of which these pieces delve into the analysis of society. It also studies the narrative techniques that appear in an innovative manner in the different pieces and the theoretic conceptions on literature and love exposed by the masters in their essays and correspondence.

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LITE-1505B Poetas Malditos

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Goenaga Francia

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LITE-1548B Ciencia Ficcion

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LITE-1554A Emotion and Literature

By borrowing the title of Jenefer Robinson’s book, this course attempts to analyze the place and the treatment given to emotions in classic works of world literature. As the central topic of many pieces, emotion becomes the theme of the narrations on which we will focus this semester. The analysis will concentrate on decoding the way characters are constructed – destroyed while chasing after their emotions. At the same time, it will attempt to disentangle the position of each period regarding moods reflected in the pieces themselves. Students will read Medea by Euripides or Seneca, Shakespeare’s Othello, parts of Enchiridion by Epictetus, a selection of rhymes by Becquer, a part of the Iliad, De Ira (On Anger) by Seneca and Memories of Adriano by Yourcenar.

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Lozano Vasquez Andrea

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LITE-1565A Lo Trágico y lo Cómico

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Camacho Guisado Ricardo

LITE-1566A Literatura en El Tiempo

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Andrade Restrepo Maria

LITE-1569A Grandes Obras de la Literatura

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LITE-1609A Un Viaje a la Lit.Moderna

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Barrero Fajardo Mario

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LITE-1611 Español

This course is designed to promote reading and writing skills that allow students to properly face the intellectual challenges that they will find in their academic and professional lives. Firstly, the course encourages students to read articles, reports or books written for a specialized audience. Secondly, it stimulates students to make connections between various sources and compare different types of explanations. Thirdly, it exhorts students to construct academic arguments based on substantiated, independent and critical positions.

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Iglesias Melendez Lorena

LITE-1613 Nivel de Iniciación Actoral

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Bayona Romero Hector

LITE-1614 Grupo de Teatro

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Bayona Romero Hector

LITE-1615 Taller de Poesía

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LITE-1616 Taller de Narrativa

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LITE-1617 Taller de Poesía 2

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LITE-1618 Taller de Narrativa 2

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LITE-2100 Teoría Literaria II

Romanticism originated the essential characteristics of modern poetry: Marking pace more than metrics, free verse, blank spaces and typographic marks to express silence, negative categories used to explain poems, the use of hyperbaton to express the fragmentation of reality, the uselessness of syntax or a poem´s tendency to narrate. The course examines the theoretic assumptions of English and German romanticism, and the works of William Blank, to recognize the theoretic fundamentals of the English poet. Similarly, the theoretic assumptions of Symbolism are studied in the work of the modern poet par excellence, Charles Baudelaire, and those of Surrealism in the novel Nadja by Andre Breton.

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Goenaga Francia

LITE-2101 Teoría Literaria III

Mandatory requirement to obtain title of Writer, according to the student’s research interests: narrative gender (novel, story, tale) Lyric (poetry), literary movement or historical problem, literature theory or critic. It is a monographic research work under the direction of a Professor and it does not require the students’ full attendance to the university’s campus.

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Andrade Restrepo Maria

LITE-2102 Lingüística I

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LITE-2104 Lingüística2: Historia de la Lengua

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LITE-2300 The Writings of Toni Morrison

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LITE-2303 Literatura Española Medieval

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LITE-2304B Borges

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LITE-2312 Literatura Colombiana 2: Novela de Fundación Nacional

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LITE-2316 Literatura Latinoamericana 2: Modernismo

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LITE-2319 Literatura Colombiana 1: Colonial

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LITE-2322 Narrativa Breve de Gabriel García Márquez

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LITE-2405 Latín II

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Diaz Moreno Myriam

LITE-2406 Griego III

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Diaz Moreno Myriam

LITE-2407 Latín III

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LITE-2408 Griego III

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LITE-2570B Las Letras del Imperio Romano

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LITE-2606 Taller de Dramaturgia

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LITE-2611 Edición y Tipografía

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LITE-2612 Taller de Poesia

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LITE-2613 Taller de Narrativa

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LITE-2614 Taller Drama y Guion de Cine

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LITE-2671B Literatura y Creacion Visual

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LITE-3103 Seminario de Estructuralismo y Postestructuralismo

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LITE-3330 Seminario Española

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LITE-3345 Seminario de Antón Chejov

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LITE-3346 Seminario de Colombiana

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LITE-3347 Seminario de Latinoamericana

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LITE-3402 Seminario de Latín IV

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LITE-3405 Seminario de Griego IV

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LITE-3500 Seminario Shakespeare

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LITE-3508 Seminario Teatro del Siglo XX

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LITE-3514 Seminario de Biblia: Mito y Poesía

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LITE-3516 Travel Literature

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LITE-3519 Xix Century American Fiction

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LITE-3903 Asistencia de Investigación

Graduation program that allows students to acquire research experience as assistants for one of the Department’s research groups.

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LITE-3904 Seminario - Trabajo de Grado

This seminar is designed for students of literature who choose to write a graduation thesis as the final requirement of their undergraduate program. This course is to be enrolled through the program´s Academic Coordinator. Enrollment is only allowed with the endorsement of a professor from the Department, must clearly indicate that he/she is familiar with the student´s research topic and will advise and serve as a guide for the project during the course of the semester. The seminar coordinator assists students in their study of the status of the research topics chosen, their pertinence, the methodological elements and the core concepts involved in carrying out the graduation thesis.

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LITE-3905 Seminario Trabajo de Grado en Creación

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LITE-3993 Práctica de Grado

This graduation option gives students the chance to complement a strictly academic education with experience in companies and institutions. This program can be accessed by means of the offers posted by the Professional Experience Center or directly applied for by the students.

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Alzate Cadavid Carolina

LITE-4120 Teoría I

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LITE-4121 Teoría II

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LITE-4902 Tesis de Maestria

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LITE-4904 Tutorial de Profundización I

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