Checking date: 05/05/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Literary trends in contemporary culture
(13512)
Study: Dual Bachelor in Journalism and Film, Television and Media Studies (231)


Coordinating teacher: CHECA PUERTA, JULIO ENRIQUE

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Humanities: Philosophy, Language, Literature Theory

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
General skills. The basic objective of this course is to acquaint students with the main directions of contemporary literary movements, developing that competence for the specific study and analysis of the relationship between literature and the main artistic manifestations of contemporary culture, with special attention to audiovisual media. A (conceptual skills) B (procedural skills) C (attitudinal competencies) specific skills - (A) Know the characteristic features and problems of contemporary literature and the main trends that have marked its evolution from a comparative perspective. - (A) To understand various issues that affect contemporary culture, based on the representation models produced and transmitted from the field of literature. - (A and B) Understand and be able to analyze the functioning of the various processes of transfer or translation between the literary system and the various artistic and cultural systems, especially audiovisual. - (B) Apply these transfer models, both individually as developing guidelines groupware, major literary issues studied. - (C) Assimilate instruments basic analysis to practice critical awareness in reading and contextualization of a text, as well as to study the complex field of interartistic relations (literature and visual arts, literature and cinema, literature and digital media ). Relations between word and image.
Description of contents: programme
1ST WEEK Lecture: Introduction to the subject. Readings and lectures contents. General System Evaluation Method Practice Class: Introduction to the subject. Readings and content of practical classes. Evaluation system. notes: 2nd WEEK Master Class: The memory of the twentieth century. The experience of the damage and its representation. main -Read: Jorge Volpi, Oscuro bosque oscuro Practical class: Memory of the twentieth century. The experience of the damage and its representation. main -Read: Rodrigo Garcia, Agamemnon Volví del supermercado y le di una paliza a mi hijo. notes: 3rd WEEK Master Class: The memory of the twentieth century. The experience of the damage and its representation. main -Read: Jorge Volpi, Oscuro bosque oscuro Practical class: Memory of the twentieth century. The experience of the damage and its representation. main -Read: Rodrigo Garcia, Agamemnon Volví del supermercado y le di una paliza a mi hijo. Delivery of the first practice. notes: 4th WEEK Master Class: Poscolonización, racial and cultural conflicts. Immigration and Exile Main -Read: Toni Morrison, Beloved Class Practice: Poscolonización, racial and cultural conflicts. Immigration and Exile Main -Read: B. Marie Koltés, De noche justo antes de los bosques notes: 5th WEEK Master Class: Poscolonización, racial and cultural conflicts. Immigration and Exile Main -Read: Toni Morrison, Beloved Class Practice: Poscolonización, racial and cultural conflicts. Immigration and Exile Main -Read: B. Marie Koltés, De noche justo antes de los bosques. Delivery of the second practice. notes: 6th WEEK Masterclass: Gender, Feminism and Equality main -Read: Alice Munro, The Lives of Women Class Practice: Gender, Feminism and Equality -Read main Angélica Liddell, La casa de la fuerza notes: 7th WEEK Masterclass: Gender, Feminism and Equality main -Read: Alice Munro, The Lives of Women Class Practice: Gender, Feminism and Equality -Read main Angélica Liddell, La casa de la fuerza. Delivery of 3rd practice notes: 8th WEEK Master Class: Conflicts identity and sexuality main -Read: Elfriede Jelinek, Las amantes Class Practice: Conflicts identity and sexuality main -Read: Sarah Kane, Phaedra's Love notes: 9th WEEK Master Class: Conflicts identity and sexuality main -Read: Elfriede Jelinek, Las amantes Class Practice: Conflicts identity and sexuality main -Read: Sarah Kane, Phaedra's Love. Delivery of the 4th practice notes: 10th WEEK Master Class: The problem of Memory: Historical Memory, Collective Memory and Posmemoria. main -Read: Javier Marias, Corazón tan blanco Class Practice: The Problem of Memory: Historical Memory, Collective Memory and Posmemoria. main -Read: Wajdi Mouawad, Litoral notes: 11th WEEK Master Class : The problem of Memory: Historical Memory , Collective Memory and Posmemoria . main -Read : Javier Marías, Corazón tan blanco. Class Practice : The Problem of Memory: Historical Memory , Collective Memory and Posmemoria . main -Read : Wajdi Mouawad , Litoral. Delivery of the 5th practice notes : 12th WEEK Lecture: Literature and contemporary moral dilemmas . Main -Read : J. M. Coetzee , Elizabeth Costello Class Practice : Literature and contemporary moral dilemmas . main -Read : D. Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross notes : 13th WEEK Lecture: Literature and contemporary moral dilemmas . Main -Read : J. M. Coetzee , Elizabeth Costello Class Practice : Literature and contemporary moral dilemmas . main -Read : D. Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross. Delivery of the 6th practice. notes : 14th WEEK Master Class : Conclusions Class Practice : Conclusions notes :
Learning activities and methodology
1. Development of a personal blog (10% of score) 2. Final exam (60% of score) 3. Text Comments: 3 comment (30% of score) OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES 1. It can deliver a recension on a test rather than one of the three comments. a list of titles from which each student can pick the one that interests you will be proposed. CLASS PRACTICES A) METHODOLOGY 1. WORK IS A DRAMATIC TEXT every two weeks. WHAT THE FIRST MEETING, ARE PROVIDED TO STUDENTS READING THE KEYS TEXT AND VARIOUS TOPICS FOR REFLECTION PROPOSED PERSONAL. Are keys READING deal with FORMAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TEXT INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR OR THE AUTHOR, THE TREATMENT OF ISSUES, ETC. GROUP TEACHERS PREPARED A LIST OF ITEMS THAT WILL SERVE COMMON AND FOR MAKING THE FINAL EXAM OF THE SUBJECT. HOW OFTEN SHOULD CHOOSE ANY STUDENT OF ITEMS PROPOSED FOR REFLECTION AND COMMENTARY TO WRITE A EACH OF THE TEXTS. Is it advisable NOTE THAT EACH DRAMATIC TEXT LINK TO THE GENERAL MAY issue discussed during those two weeks EVEN THE MASTER AND THAT APPEARS SET FORTH IN SCHEDULE CLASS, BUT EACH TEXT offers multiple possibilities for interpretation and analysis. WHY SUPPORTING EXPLANATIONS IN THAT FIRST CLASS, EACH TEACHER / A SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS MAY PROVIDE SUITABLE TO CONSIDER (other texts, REFERENCES TO TRIALS, TV, cinema, music, painting, etc.). ALSO CAN PROPOSE TO ASK SOME STUDENTS VOLUNTARILY MATERIALS (LINKS, ETC.) WHAT IS IT THE SECOND SESSION TO OPERATE CLASS participatory manner, BOTH FOR THE FULL GROUP AS THROUGH DIALOGUE BETWEEN SEVERAL SMALLER GROUPS. Ideally THIS SECOND SESSION ALWAYS HAD THE DEBATE FORMAT or dialogue, but can also serve STUDENTS OFFERED FOR ANY TYPE OF PRESENTATION OR ANY MORE CREATIVE PROPOSAL. IN ANY CASE, THE DISCUSSION ORGANIZED COULD FROM THE PROPOSED THEMES FOR THE FIRST MEETING.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40
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