Dario Borim

Associate Professor

Portuguese

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508-999-9272

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Liberal Arts 398K

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A thematic study of cinematographic representations of gender identities and practices within social contexts. Fostering global awareness and artistic literacy, topics include construction of feminine and feminist identities; masculinity and power relations; sexuality and national identity; same-sex and other non-traditional relations of love and intimacy; and machismo, ethnic and socio-economic disparity and alienation in contemporary life under women film-makers' scrutiny.

Capstone study of a specific topic, author, or literary period from Portugal, Brazil and/or Lusophone Africa. May not be repeated.

The study of a specific topic, author, or literary period from Portugal, Brazil and/or Lusophone Africa. May be repeated with change in content.

Study of a selected topic, period, author or genre in Brazilian literature and culture. Literary texts, canonical and non-canonical alike, are discussed in a broadly cultural context and from a theoretically informed perspective. Focused written assignments and/or formal oral presentations contribute to the development of individual research projects pursued by the students.

Advanced study of a selected topic, period, author or genre in Brazilian literature and culture. Literary texts, canonical and non-canonical alike, are discussed in a broadly cultural context and from a theoretically informed perspective. Students formulate and develop independent research projects exploring theoretical meanings and consequences of literary works and/or cultural phenomena.

Study of a specific topic, author or literary period from Portugal, Brazil, Lusophone Africa or elsewhere in the Lusophone World (Asia, Lusophone diaspora), as well as related advanced work in literary theory and cultural studies.

A thematic study of cinematographic representations of gender identities and practices within social contexts. Fostering global awareness and artistic literacy, topics include construction of feminine and feminist identities; masculinity and power relations; sexuality and national identity; same-sex and other non-traditional relations of love and intimacy; and machismo, ethnic and socio-economic disparity and alienation in contemporary life under women film-makers' scrutiny.

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Online and Continuing Education Courses

The study of a specific topic, author, or literary period from Portugal, Brazil and/or Lusophone Africa. May be repeated with change in content.
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