The approach to literary texts to understand how the powerd works on these texts is the first step for understanding its operating mode although other aspects related to sociological organization of literary production are required for a full comprehension. Therefore, certain instruments of sociological, historical but also discoursive analysis should be used. All literary and non literary discourses are determined by social agents that canalise its production, image as well as its distribution.
In this context, the power should be understood as the power of certain social groups, not necessarily political or related to politics that are responsable of literary and non literary discourses according to their interests.
The following contents will be studied in this course:
1. Discourse and cultural imaginery.
2.- The space of cultural domination.
3.- Ideology, knowledge and cultural imaginaries.
4.- Cultural imaginary and domination.
The list of readings will be provided at the begining of the course