Voices in Cultural Anthropology: Advertising in Spanish

CULANTH 275T-1

Discussion-based course trains students to analyze all forms of advertising in Spanish, typically in conjunction with the lecture course Advertising and Society (Cultural Anthropology 170/Linguistics 170, Sociology 160, Visual & Media Studies 170). Classes explore the history and theories of advertising in the Hispanophone world, as well as hands-on strategies for analyzing ads, with particular attention to issues such as translation, localization, and ethics. Tutorials meet weekly for 75 minutes. Recommended prerequisite: Spanish 204 or equivalent. Instructor: Staff
Cross-Listed As
  • SPANISH 275T-1
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring