Many of the fighters in the Spanish Civil war were forced to fled to exile after the defeat of democracy. Cinema can help to recapture collective memory. Films are a powerful machine in creating myths and due to its visual nature it is the best way to crystallize long-lasting memories. This seminar presents exile images and stories through the image given by the cinema.
This is a university extension course assigned with 1 credit (25 class hours), after certifying the attendance (80%) and delivering an essay. It is also included as Practice class hours for Doctorate students.
Certificate will be issued. Free access.
FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
(c / Montalegre, 6, 4th floor)
CLASSROOMS AND SESSION SCHEDULE
JANE ADAMS ROOM: February 26th and March 11th
ROOM 408: March 4th, 18th and 25th
ROOM 308: April 1st