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Spanish foreign study features a program of study in Spanish language, literature, and civilization conducted by the Dartmouth faculty member and several Spanish colleagues at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Madrid, capital of Spain since 1561, is a major cosmopolitan city whose wealth of architectural monuments and historical associations, museums and centers for theater, music, and the arts make it an exciting place for the study of Spanish culture past and present. The university, one of the oldest in Europe, has a large central campus with extensive facilities and a distinguished faculty, as well as many opportunities for exchange between Dartmouth students and their Spanish counterparts.
The foreign study program includes courses in art history, contemporary Spanish history, language and literature taught by members of the faculty of the Universidad Complutense and the Dartmouth professor. In addition to a full academic schedule, the term abroad includes a week-long break for travel within the Iberian peninsula and opportunities for group excursions to sites of artistic and natural beauty.
The principal objective is an in-depth experience of the life and culture of contemporary Spain. This goal is approached through the substantive courses as well as through the homestay and social interaction with Spaniards.
Spanish 24: Spanish Cultural Heritage
Spanish 34: Society, Culture and Politics in Spain
Spanish 36: Studies in Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature
Acceptance into the program and one course from Spanish 30, 31, or 32.
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.