Nowadays, the construction of a cultural sphere of so called Western is certainly undeniable as well as its implications in the political, economic and cultural
colonization of the planet. Due to this scenario, a course that focuses on postcolonial cultures will have to start by analysing the concepts of race
and ethnicity; main concepts upon which power relationships that define our civilization have settled:
-Study the main models and thinkers of Postcolonial Studies such as Edward Said, Homi K. Bhabba, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak o Stuart Hall among
- Confront conceptual frames emerged from Orientaism and Birmingham School in Latin America by studying the works of Néstor García Canclini, Eliana
Ortega, Gloria Anzaldúa, Franz Fanon or Edouard Glissant among others.
- Analyze artistic and cultural manifestations that have been silenced from problems due to subalternity; particular attention will be paid to gender perspective.
- Recognise and analyse stereotypes of dominant cultures.