SPA 414 / HUM 413

Aesthetics of Childhood in Modern SpainCourse Cancelled

Rafael SM Paniagua

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This course will reflect on ‘childhood’ as a cultural topic that involves aesthetics, politics, and philosophy in Spain and Western culture. From the Enlightenment to the present day, different definitions of infancy will be explored using art, literature and theory. Some of the themes covered will be relationships between early life and capitalism, children and minorities, art and toys, games and power, kids and revolutions, schools and prisons.

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