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TUFTS UNIVERSITY & SKIDMORE
COLLEGE
IN MADRID
JUNIOR YEAR
ABROAD PROGRAM
COURSE
DESCRIPTIONS
2010
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THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION
Director:
Susan Sánchez
Calle Recoletos, 10, 1º A
28001 Madrid (Spain)
Tel: 34-91-577 0691. Fax: 34-91- 577 8210
[email protected]
Administrative assistant:
Mayte de las Heras
[email protected]
Activities Coordinator and
Librarian:
Luis Castilla
[email protected]
TUFTS UNIVERSITY & SKIDMORE COLLEGE in-Madrid is designed to fully
integrate students into Spanish life through direct enrolment at the Autonomous University of Madrid, the
family stay and an emphasis on involvement in the city’s cultural activities. It is basically a one-year
program of academic study starting in the last week of September, but will accept students for Spring
semester (January to end May).
The program facility is situated in downtown Madrid and houses the administrative offices,
classrooms, and study rooms for student use. The two courses in Spanish Language and Civilization are held
at the program center, as is the lecture series scheduled each semester to acquaint students with leading
figures of Spain’s cultural and political life. The center is equipped with computers, video equipment and
video-library for student viewing, plus a library to supplement University libraries.
Students choose two or three courses to complete their semester load at the Autonomous University of
Madrid (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and tutorials (individual and group) are covered by the Program.
The Program also covers the cost of the monthly transportation pass. The UAM offers a large selection of
courses including Spanish Language, Literature, Linguistics, History, Geography, Economics, Business,
Law, Political Science, Anthropology, Sociology, Art History, Psychology, Education as well as science
courses for advanced science majors.
The Civilization course taken by all participants involves students in Madrid’s active cultural life,
designating each month a series of plays, films, exhibits, concerts and lectures to be attended. Students are
reimbursed by the program for these activities as well as for other extracurricular activities they may choose
to do. One or two excursions led by University professors are planned each semester to expose students to
some of the Spain’s historic and artistic treasures, a two-week Orientation session is run at the beginning of
the program in Segovia and Madrid and a second session is scheduled in Toledo at the end of January for the
spring semester students.
Housing is arranged for the students by placing them individually, according to their preferences, in
families carefully selected by the program. If requested, student boarding houses and dormitories can be
arranged. Placements are made only on a one-per-family basis because of the importance of this experience
as a source of contact with the culture and the language. Students have breakfast and dinner with their
families and receive a weekly allowance for lunch.
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Course Titles
PROGRAM COURSES
COMPOSICIÓN Y CONVERSACIÓN ESPAÑOLAS I, II)
Advanced Spanish Composition and Conversation
(Offered both semesters)
This course is designed to help students maximize to the fullest their language improvement
during their stay in Spain. Literary and journalistic texts are used to study closely Spanish
stylistics, to build vocabulary, idiom usage and proper syntax. There is a general grammar review
with special attention paid to the structures and morphology most difficult for English speakers.
The Spanish phonetics system is briefly presented to provide a theoretical basis for achieving
correct pronunciation. An emphasis is placed on improving written and oral expression and
tutorial help is made available for individualized support in the learning process. Video material is
used to measure comprehension periodically and the taped newscasts and newspaper articles focus
student attention on both common usage as well as current events.
TEATRO ESPAÑOL DEL SIGLO XX
20th Century Spanish Theatre
(Offered both semesters)
The study of Spanish social, economical, political and cultural developments during the 20th
century and their reflections in Spanish theater. Special attention will be dedicated to the trends
in contemporary Spanish drama and the course will include attendance of plays, films, lectures
and other cultural activities pertinent to the subject material as well as a selection of video-taped
plays, films and documentaries to be viewed at the Program center. Tutorial help is made
available for individualized support in understanding the material.
(First Semester: Fall): Covers the first half of the 20th century up to the Spanish Civil War.
(Second semester: Spring): The second semester covers the Post-war period up to present-day
Spain.
CIVILIZACIÓN ESPAÑOLA CONTEMPORÁNEA Y ARTE
Contemporary Spanish Civilization and Art
(Offered both semesters)
This course will study the evolution of Spanish art during the 20th century and beginning of the
21st century, stressing connections within the international context. At the same time, the artistic
activity will be explained within the context of the historical, social and ideological trends of
Spanish history during the different periods.
The course is designed with the objective of developing students’ analytical capacities of works
of art. Because the course is based on the conception of Art History as an analysis of images,
their communication capabilities and corresponding theories, student performance will not be
evaluated merely on memorization and repetition of data, but rather on demonstrating a
development of analytical skills, of creative thinking, participation in museum and exhibit tours,
as well as direct knowledge about the works of art studied and their context.
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CINE ESPAÑOL E HISTORIA (Dr. Pedro García Martín)
Spanish Film and History
(ONLY SPRING)
Instructor: Pedro García Martín, Ph.D.
Profesor, Department of Modern History
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
COURSE DESCRIPTION
In this course, we will examine the dominance and impact of visual artefacts in contemporary
Spanish society, thus renewing the dialogue between aesthetics and history within the context of global
modern visual culture. The Internet revolution in our globalized world is changing the traditional
vectors of our pre-visual and literary cultures, thus the study of the the dialectic between written
history and audiovisual modes permits us to reflect upon and analyze significant historical events in
Spain and between Spain and other countries.
The course is divided into three sections: The first, THEORY OF THE IMAGE AND ICONIC
MODES IN POPULAR/MASS CULTURE, will provide the student with methods for iconographic
analysis; we will engage in the interdisciplinary study of landscape, working with our five senses, and
we will examine the iconic modes of the masses (the printing press, photographs, comics, graphic
novels, and graphic novels adapted to film).
In the second part of the course, FILM IN HISTORY AND HISTORY IN FILM, we will begin with the spectacles
that opened the door to the advent of film: the magic lantern, Chinese shadows, marionettes, magic, etc), and we will study
the rivalry among inventors such as Edison and the Lumiere brothers, locating in this tension the first globalization of the
image, and the consecuent cinematographic expansion on the five continents. We will trace the process of creation of films
about the Spanish Civil War, a dominant topic of Spanish film and history, through contemporary visual culture,
documentaries and feature length films. We end this section with the study of the Northamerican TV series Doctor en
Alaska (Northern Exposure), which was enormously popular in Spain, so that we can analyze how certain democratic
values in the United States are (mis)interpreted by a Spanish audience.
In the third part of the course, HISTORICAL EVENTS IN FILM, we begin to examine the violent clash of East and
West from the Middle Ages to the present, using this historical axes to analyze the encounter/collision between Europeans
and indigenous peoples on the American continent, with a special focus on the Spanish conquest and colonization of the
Americas. Our focus will include: the Spanish Golden Age as seen by elite culture and by popular culture, the universality
of El Quijote, the Silver Age of the Generación del 98 (Baroja, Azorín Machado) and the subsequent regimes of
contemporary Spain: the Republic, the Civil War, the Franco dictatorship and the transition to democracy.
SYLLABUS
I: THEORY OF THE IMAGE AND ICONIC MODES IN POPULAR/MASS CULTURE
1: Presentation of the course, syllablus.
Theory of the Image: Sources and Methods
2: Image, Geography and Culture: the problem of the perception of landscape
3: Iconic modes of the masses: printing press, photographs, posters and advertising, popular novels, graphic novels,
comics, cinematographic images (film and television), virtual image
II: FILM IN HISTORY AND HISTORY IN FILM
4: The birth of the filmmaker: between Edison and the Lumiere brothers
5: The creation of a film about the Spanish Civil War:
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Documentary: Salvemos el Prado (Let’s Save the Prado).
Film: La hora de los valientes (The Time of the Courageous).
6: Film and Television:
TV Series: Northern Exposure (Doctor en Alaska).
The values of Northamerican democracy as seen and (mis)interpreted in Spain.
III: HISTORICAL EVENTS IN FILM
7: Language and the Cross: From the medieval Crusades to global war.
8: European Conquest: ¿The encounter/collision between Europe and the “new world”. The figures of Christopher
Columbus, “discoverer” of the Americas, of conquistadores Hernán Cortés and Francisco Pizarro. The figure of the priest
De las Casas, “defender” of the Indians. The depiction of the indigenous in the history of film: from Aztecs to Incas in the
Far West genre.
9: Elite culture in Spain’s Golden Age: from the monastic court of the Escorial to the theatrical court of the Palace of the
Buen Retiro.
10: Popular culture in Spain’s Golden Age: from bullfights to the comedies of Lope de Vega.
11: Spanish Golden Age Archetypes in Visual Culture: El Quijote in the history of film.
12: The Silver Age in Spanish culture: the Generación del 98, the avante-garde of the Belle Époque and the arrival of film
to Madrid.
13: Film refects on contemporary Spain: the Civil War, the Dictatorship, the Transition to Democracy.
CRITERIA FOR GRADING
Two factors will determine the final grade:
• Mandatory attendance and active participation (response papers, preparing questions, class discussion) (50%).
• A final research paper (50%)
BIBLIOGRAPHY
CAPARRÓS LERA, J. M.: Historia crítica del cine español. Barcelona, Ariel, 1999.
CHAMBERS II, John Whiteclay Chambers II y CULBERT, David Culbert (eds.):
World War II, Film in History. Nueva York-Oxford, Oxford University Press,
1996.
DAVIES, Natalie Zenon: “Any Resemblance to Persons Living or Dead: Film and the
Challenge to Authenticity”, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Televisión,
vol. 8, nº3, 1988.
DÍAZ BARRADO (ED.): Imagen e Historia. Madrid, Ayer nº 24, 2006.
FERRO, Marc: Cine e Historia. Barcelona, Gustavo Gil, 1999.
FREEDBERG, David: El poder de las imágenes. Estudios sobre la historia y la teoría
de la respuesta. Madrid, Cátedra, 2002.
GARCÍA MARTÍN, Pedro: Imagines Paradisi. Historia de la percepción del paisaje en
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la Europa moderna. Madrid, Obra Social de Caja Madrid, 2000, (edición no
venal).
SALANOVA SÁNCHEZ, Enrique: Aprender con el cine, aprender de película. Huelva,
Grupo Comunicar, 2002.
MONTERDE, José Enrique: Cine, historia y enseñanza. Barcelona, Laia, 1986.
MONTERDE, José Enrique Monterde (coord.): “Ficciones históricas. El cine histórico
español” Monográfico de Cuadernos de la Academia, 6 (septiembre de 1999).
O´CONNOR, J.E. (ed.): Image as Artifact. The Historical Analysis of Film and
Television. Malabar, 1990.
ROSENSTONE, Robert A.: El pasado en imágenes. El desafío del cine a nuestra idea
de la historia. Barcelona, Ariel, 1997.
SKLAR, Robert y MUSSER, Charles Musser (eds.), Resisting Images: Essyas on
Cinema and History. Philadelphia. Temple University Press, 1990.
SORLIN, Pierre: The film in History. Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1980.
SORLIN, Pierre: Cines europeos, Sociedades europeas. Barcelona, Paidós, 1996.
UROZ, José (ed.): Historia y cine. Universidad de Alicante, 1999.
DICCIONARIO DE ELEMENTOS DE ANÁLISIS VISUALES:
AGUILAR, Carlos: Guía del Vídeo-Cine. Madrid, Cátedra, 2001 (7ª ed.).
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AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MADRID
COURSES
USER’S GUIDE
The following course information is organized by facultades (schools) and the departments found in
each facultad. There is a list at the beginning of each department with the courses offered in 2007-2008
which is linked to the UAM web page and can be consulted for descriptions (in the case of Philosophy
and Letters, Economics, Law and Psychology). After the departments listed under the School of
Philosophy and Letters (Facultad de Filosofía y Letras) there is a section which lists the free electives
(Oferta Específica y Libre Configuración). The above information is in Spanish. The individual course
descriptions that follow are of courses actually taken by previous program students and translated in to
English for this guide. In the first group from the School of Philosophy and Letters (Facultad de Filosofía
y Letras) the translated courses in white background were offered before 2007-2008, but can be useful
as possible orientation of course offerings. The courses with a dark background were offered in 20072008 and therefore are the most likely to be offered in 2008-2009. Selecting these courses for the
“Learning Agreement” form required for enrollment at the UAM offers the best chances that the course
will actually be offered in 2008-2009. In the other schools (Economics, Law, Education and Psycology
the distinction (green and white background) is in not provided here, and we suggest that students select
courses from those listed in Spanish at the beginning of the information about the schools and
departments, which are the 2007-2008 lists. To see the actual course offerings for 2008-2009, the UAM
web page can be consulted during the summer (July-August) (unfortunately, after the student has already
had to turn in the “Learing Agreement” which is due in April). After arrival in Spain, it will be possible
to Add/Drops within the same Facultad (School). It is a problem, however, if a student wants to change
the School in which s/he wishes to select courses and may not be permissible It is therefore especially
important for students to identify the subject areas in which they will want to select there courses in
Madrid
Courses at the Autonomous University of Madrid
The following list is a selection of courses that have either been taken by
program students in the past or correspond to the usual areas of interest
demonstrated by students in the
the past. All courses listed may not be available
every year, but many other courses are offered at the University which are not
listed here.
here. For full UAM course listings each year, the UAM web site can be
consulted under the category of each Facultad:
http://www.uam.es/ss/Satellite/es/1234886502641/sinContenido/Facultad
es_y_escuelas.htm?idenlace=1233310440317
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NOTE OF EXPLANATION:
EXPLANATION:
Each UAM course is listed with its original title in Spanish, the translation in
English and a brief description of the course content. After the titles, we have
also included the semester in which the course is offered and the academic
year (for Spanish students) in which the course is taken. The Spanish
University system has a basically fixed curriculum, which requires students to
specialize in one academic area from their first year of studies and to take
specified required courses in each of their four years of university. If “Third
Year” is mentioned after a course title, it means that Spanish students take this
course in their third year of studies in the field. There are also some electives
each major, which are grouped in two “Cycles”. If the elective is from the
“Second Cycle”, it can be taken by the student in their third or fourth year of
studies. This information will be helpful in determining the maturity level of
courses for translation into American credits. Program students are not bound
by the Spanish system, but must, of course, have the appropriate academic
background to follow the material given in the courses they select. Another
group of courses are called Asignaturas de Libre Configuración or Asignaturas
de Oferta Específica and can be taken by any student at the University as part
of their “free electives” option (from departments or Facultades other than
their own). Some have prerequisites for enrollment. This information is
available in a UAM pamphlet callet Asignaturas de Libre Configuración y
Oferta Específica.
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http://www.uam.es/servicios/administrativos/ordenacion/oferta_academica/cuadro_titulaciones.htm
Centro
Facultad de
Ciencias
Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
Primer Ciclo
Física
Bioquímica
Ingeniería Técnica Industrial
(Esp. Química Industrial)
Química
Ciencia y Tecnología de los
Alimentos
Nutrición Humana y Dietética
Matemáticas
Biología
CC. Ambientales
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Centro
Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Facultad de
Administración y Dirección de
CC.
Empresas
Económicas y
Empresariales
2010
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
Primer Ciclo
Investigación y Técnicas de
Mercado
Turismo
Economía
Centro
Facultad
de
Derecho
Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
Derecho
Ciencias Políticas y de la
Administración
Derecho y Administración y
Dirección de Empresas
Derecho y CC. Políticas
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Centro
Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
Facultad
de
Filosofía y
Letras
Filología Árabe
Lingüística
Filología Clásica
Antropología Social y Cultural
Filología Francesa
Hª y Ciencias de la Música
Filología Hispánica
Estudios de Asia Oriental
Filología Inglesa
Filosofía
Geografía
Historia
Historia del Arte
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Traducción e Interpretación
Centro
Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Facultad de
Formación CC. de la Actividad Física y del
Deporte
de
Profesorado
y Educación
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
Primer Ciclo
Psicopedagogía
Maestro en Educación Física
Maestro en Educación Musical
Maestro en Educación Infantil
Maestro en Lengua Extranjera
Maestro en Educación Primaria
Maestro en Educación Especial
Maestro en Audición y Lenguaje
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Primer y Segundo Ciclo
Facultad de
Psicología
Psicología
2010
Sólo Segundo Ciclo
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DEPARTAMENTOS:
· Antropología Social y Pensamiento Filosófico Español
· Estudios Árabes e Islámicos y Estudios Orientales
· Filología Clásica
· Filología Española
· Filología Francesa
· Filología Inglesa
· Filosofía
· Geografía
· Historia Antigua, Medieval y · Paleografía, y Diplomática
· Historia Contemporánea
· Historia Moderna
· Historia y Teoría del Arte
· Lingüística, Lenguas Modernas, Lógica y Filosofía de la Ciencia, Teoría de la
Literatura y Literatura Comparada
· Prehistoria y Arqueología
· Música (Interfacultativo)
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ANTHROPOLOGY
http://www.uam.es/departamentos/filoyletras/antropologia_social/default.html
Licenciatura en Antropología Social y Cultural
ANTROPOLOGÍA
A continuación figuran las guías docentes no ECTS de la licenciatura.
Las guías de las asignaturas ECTS están publicadas en la página web de la Comisión de Garantía de Calidad
(http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/calidad/index.htm) en la sección de INNOVACIÓN DOCENTE.
Tercer Curso
Código
13251
13259
Asignatura
Historia y Teoría de la
Antropología
Antropología de
Género
Carácter
Curso
Semestre
Grupos
Profesores
Tr
3
1
31
Liliana Suárez
Ob
3
2
31
Virginia
Maquieira
13254
Antropología política
Tr
3
1
31
Enrique Luque
13253
Parentesco
Tr
3
1
31
Gonzalo Sichar
Cuarto Curso
Código
Asignatura
Carácter
Curso
Semestre
Grupos
Profesores
13266
Practicum
Ob
4
Anual
41
Pilar Jimeno
Semestre
Grupos
Profesores
Optativas
Código
Asignatura
Carácter Curso
13269
antropología de sociedades campesinas
Op
3o4
1
Gonzalo Sich
13271
Antropología del desarrollo
Op
4
2
Pilar Monrea
13275
Los nacionalismos y el mundo contemporáneo
Op
3o4
2
81
Javier Mª Don
— Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Campus de Cantoblanco, UAM , 28049 Madrid. Telf. : +34 91 497 4354 — Correo: [email protected]
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ANTROPOLOGÍA DE LA SALUD Y LA ENFERMEDAD (ALIMENTACIÓN Y SALUD)
ANTHROPOLOGY OF HEALTH AND SICKNEES (HEALTH AND NUTRITION)
13272 (Second Semester: Spring) (Optional ) (2º Cycle)
1sr Topic: Culture and Disease. “Folk Illnesses” and bio-cultural forms of disease.
2nd: ethnic medicine. Popular medicine and scientific medicine. Cultural and medical systems.
3rd Topic: Scientific medicine as a cultural system. Relationship between power and the medical
system.
4th Topic: The socio-cultural construction of health and illness. Cultural representations of health
and illness.
5th Topic: Body and culture. Socio-cultural factors and biological factors in the process of illness.
6th Topic: The relationship between doctor and patient. The medical consultation. Objectivation
and subjectification on the processes of communication. The role and career of illness. The
institution of hospitals.
7th Topic: Presentation and education in medicine. Health education. Social plans and attention
to health and illness.
8th Topic: Politics of health and ideologies of medicine. Medicine, industrialization and
development.
Evaluation: Final essay about themes planked in class (Chronic illness, AIDS, drug
dependencies, etc)
ANÁLISIS ANTROPOLÓGICO-HISTÓRICO DE PROBLEMAS SOCIALES
CONTEMPORÁNEOS
Anthropological Analysis of Contemporary Social Problems
13263 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Unit 1: Contemporary Social Problems and applied anthropology.
What is a contemporary social problem? Applied anthropology and contemporary social
problems. Construction of a social problem. Construction of a social problem: “drugs in Spain”.
Unit 2: Nature and the Environment: the social problem of sustainability. The appearance of the
concept of sustainability. Political ecology. Econofeminism: contributions and problems.
Unit 3: Population and Poverty: The Demographic problem. Construction of the demographic
problem. Critical positions. Distinct cultural contexts, different reproductive strategies.
Unit 4: Ethnicity and Globalization: the case of social movements. From peasants to the
indigenous. Key moments of the conversation about ethnicity in the political arena. International
findings of the indigenous movements. Lights and shadows of ethnicity as an agent of social
change.
Unit 5: Human Rights and collective Rights. Anthropology and Human Rights. Relativism and
evolutionism. Human Rights and Women. The state, ethnic groups and minorities: human rights
and the right to self-determination.
Unit 6: Compromise, responsibility and the Academic Field. Genesis of a debate. The debate:
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objectivity versus compromise. Anthropological solutions. The contribution of a critical
Anthropology.
ANTROPOLOGÍA
Anthropology
13873 (First Semester: Fall ) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Faculty of Psychology)
The nature of anthropology and the culture concept. Methods and techniques of social
anthropology. Predecessors of anthropology. Schools. Evolutionary processes. Adaptation
methods. Family, relatives, marriage. Religion, magic and rituals. Social cultural change and
new areas of discipline.
ANTROPOLOGÍA CULTURAL EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Cultural Anthropology of Modern Europe
12299 (Second semester: Spring) ) (Optative, Second Cycle) (Modern History Department)
Description of culture in the 16th and 17th centuries across the various spaces in which cultural
practices were carried out. Special attention will be paid to a diversity of available sources. In
addition to the relevance of cultural and social anthropology for the exploration of a problem
hardly studied until how: the relation between space and religious and cultural activity.
ANTROPOLOGÍA DEL DESAROLLO
Anthropology of Development (Program and Syllabus)
Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Aim:
The aim of this course is to present and discuss, from a critical perspective, the contemporary relations
between anthropology and development. For a “critical perspective” one needs to understand a specific
position comprised of intellectual thought (comprehension, analysis, and explanation) of relationships
and structures of powers within, across, and contrary to ordinary ideas of our time. These structures of
power act as the configuration of the present world and also, of the forms of what is understood.
Expectation of each student:
-Understanding development as an order of things that has configured categories (the postcolonial
world and the institutions that have determined the lived of people). It is necessary to consider the
social sciences as a product and sometimes the production of this process.
-Understanding development as an order of things that has configured the categories of
anthropological thought
-To analyze and deconstruct ideas and experiments that have constituted development and
globalization while conceiving the world and human diversity
-The course is also to explore the contemporary debates of relationships between anthropology,
development and globalization
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First part: Introduction
The state of the post-colonial world: of the era of development and globalization
The meaning of “development”
Anthropology and development: a preliminary perspective
Second Part: Anthropology for development; evolution and debates
Genesis and evolution of anthropology of development
Classical application of anthropology of development
Anthropology as a means of “action” in development
New directions in the studies of anthropology of development
Third Part: Development and Post-development
The question of development: Criticism on the perspective of gender
Development as a “colonial finding”
Bibliography
- Sachs,W. (ed.) 1999: Diccionario del desarrollo. Una guía del conocimiento como poder, Lima,
Proyecto Andino de
Tecnologías Campesinas.
- Cernea, M.M. (coord.) 1995: Primero la gente. Variables sociológicas en el desarrollo rural, México,
D.F.,FCE
- Viola (comp.) 1999 Antropología del desarrollo. Teorías y estudios etnográficos en América Latina,
Barcelona, Paidós
- Gimeno,J.C y Monreal,P. (eds.) 1999: La controversia del desarrollo. Críticas desde la antropología,
Madrid, Libros de la
catarata, Instituto de Desarrollo y Cooperación de la UCM, Instituto de Sociología de las Nuevas
Tecnologías de la UAM
- Escobar, A. (1997): "Antropología y desarrollo" en Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales, nº
154.
Bibliografía complementaria (Other useful references)
- Sogge,D. (ed.): Compasión y cálculo. Un análisis crítico de la cooperación no gubernamental al
desarrollo, Barcelona,
Icaria.
- Kabeer, N. 1998: Realidades Trastocadas, México, Paidos
- Escobar, A. 1998: La invención del Tercer Mundo. Construcción y deconstrucción del desarrollo,
Colombia, NORMA
- Foster, G. 1974: Antropología aplicada, México,D.F. FCE
ANTROPOLOGÍA ECONÓMICA
Economic anthropology
13255 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
ANTROPOLOGÍA DEL GÉNERO
ANTHROPOLOGY OF GENDER
13259 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Course /Second Cycle)
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Objectives:
The study of anthropology of gender consists of the theoretic focus that puts into question certain
forms of analysis and outlines new problems that have forced a reconsideration of concepts
affecting all of anthropology. Understanding the social-cultural phenomena requires attention to
the structural role that “gender” plays in society. This course has the aim of exposing and
debating some of the main problems related to the anthropological focus of gender. This study
will pay heed to the contextual theoretic and political resources, as well as the empirical
revisions and the theoretic innovations that the study of anthropology of gender has come to
support in recent decades. The feminist focuses in anthropology are equal to the other studies
that have been constructed in an interdisciplinary manner, which allowed the major theoretic
enrichment and resistance to the study. This study will open new themes and focuses for the
research as well as the application of the anthropological knowledge.
Program:
1.- Defining the field of study
In the framework of feminism, the scientific production will analyze the process of the
invisibility of women in anthropological knowledge, which questions endocentrism and its
relation with ethnocentrism. The study will result in some problems and concepts that have been
generated in the different stages of the anthropological study of gender. It will establish the
relationships within the grand context of the anthropological study.
2.- The Problem of the Dichotomy Models.
This study will outline the debate about the universal domestic / public dichotomy and natural /
cultural dichotomy such as the explanation of the asymmetry of gender. These questions allow
the analysis of the construction of the representations of gender in our own society and the
problem of the extrapolation of our analytical categories to other historical and ethnographical
environments.
3.- Divisions of Work and the System of Gender
Continuing with the previous theme, the study will outline the anthropological contributions of
the study of the sexual division of work and the question of the bipolar binomial: reproduction /
production. This outline allows analyses in new forms of the activities and work of women as
well as the feminization of poverty and the articulation with the other social divisions. Also, it
defines the importance of the integral part of gender in the politics of the welfare state.
4.- Masculinity and Social change
Since the sequence of the theoretic development of gender studies began to develop in the last
few years, the recent field of knowledge is marked by “the birth of boys instead of men or boys
that have already been born”. This study will try to outline some significant questions in relation
to the theoretic contributions and the fieldwork of social change.
5.- Cultural Tradition, National Construction and Human Rights
Confronted with the assumed promotion of the homogenous culture through globalization, local
and national identities appeared through both revitalizations of traditions and of culture. This
work, that is not historically new, outlines the important theoretic challenges of gender
discrimination and debates human rights.
ANTROPOLOGÍA FILOSÓFICA II (cogida en Spring 2008)
Philosophical Anthropology II
12136 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year /First Cycle) (Philosophy Deparment)
Profesor Eduardo Alvarez
A) The human experience as subject-object
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Part 1 – General meaning of the human experience
- the human experience as part of philosophical anthropology
- subject and object as moments in the human experience
- the place of reason in human life
- the fundamental dimensions of experience
Part II – World experience as appropriation
- knowledge and life
- theoretical experience and science
Part III – Experience of the world as recreating
- The appearance of a world specifically human : the spheres of social-cultural reality
- The world of language and symbols: the logosphere
- Customs, values and social-cultural codes : the ethosphere and the problem of moral
experience
- The generation of machines and devices : the technosphere
- Experience of liberty
Part IV – Experience of oneself and the appearance of the “other”
- Self-consciousness
- Experience of death
- Appearance of the other
- Recognition of the other
B) Social and cultural reality of man
Part I – Nature and Culture
- nature in man, culture, and civilization
- the dilemma of the relation between nature and culture
- The modern reinterpretation of this duality as life and spirit
- Culture as extension, repression, or liberty of nature. Culture as a second nature
- The specific character of the humanities and social sciences
Part II – Society and individual
- Society and individual between nature and culture : human life as social and individual
life
- The relation interindividual and objective reality of sociality. The place of the
individual in social reproduction
- Organic comprehension of society : the superorganic
- Individualistic traditions
- Community and society
- The understanding of the individual as a social product
Part III – Social coercion and ideological domination
- the subjection of man to the social order: normative systems and the issue of power
- false conscience, ideological domination, and emancipation
- psychological and social factors in relation to ideology
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ANTROPOLOGÍA POLÍTICA
Politic Anthropology
13254 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (También Elective
Course; Libre Configuración in Second Cycle)
Study of Foucault´s thought about the techniques of the I and the power of the hermeneutics of
the subject.
This course emphasizes the relevance of a social and cultural anthropological perspective on the
research, knowledge and explanation of political phenomenon.
1.
Anthropology and other forms for a approaching politics. The fundamental spheres of
political reality. The challenge of a decentralized or “leaderless” political setting. Roots of
inequality: gender and age.
2.
Social control. Social violence and institutional repression of violence. Law and politics.
3.
Power: its dimensions, expressions and analysis. Symbols of power and the power of
symbols. The State and its beginnings.
4.
Political discourse. Language and politics. Anthropology and rhetoric.
5.Organization as culture. The challenge of globalization and organizational phenomenon.
ANTROPOLOGÍA URBANA
URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY
12260 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Course dynamics:
The aim of the course is to introduce students to some of the problems whichface cities from the
point of view of anthropology. We will attempt to analyze the city from a theoretical, critical and
practical perspective, and relating to anthropological theories, urban processes, and the daily life
of people. The city, view within the context of daily practices, reveals the connections between
macro-processes and the creativity and richness of experiences and daily lives of the people who
live in urban settings. In this way, urban environments are not only the result of general
processes, but also the result of the practices, strategies and capabilities of the social groups who
live within them.
The course is divided into two parts. The first centers on the history of urban anthropology, and
the second attempts to offer a series of relevant themes with regard to today´s cities, with special
emphasis on the cities of the developing world.
Course syllabus:
Part I. Precedents and History of Urban Anthropology.
1.- The development of industrial society. The beginnings of Urban Anthropology: Redfield´s
“folk-urban” continuum. “Urbanism as a way of life”, as suggested by Wirth and the Chicago
School.
2.- The British School: The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute and the Manchester School: the origins
of studies regarding immigration and ethnicity in cities.
3.- The Political Economy of Cities. The debate over “the culture of poverty” by Óscar Lewis.
Part II: Themes in Urban Anthropology.
4.- Migrations and Ethnicity.
5.- Debates over poverty and social exclusion.
The Struggle for the appropriation of Urban Space.
7.- Global, dual cities: Polarization and Informal Economies.
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8.- Technopolies: A model of cities for the 21st Century.
9.- Women´s Cities.
10.- Urban Politics: Is a sustainable City possible? Case Studies.
CULTURA Y COMUNICACIÓN
Title of course: Culture and Communication
13268 Optativa de Segundo ciclo
(Optative) (Second Cycle) (Second Semester: Spring)
Topic 1: The communication of material things. Exchange and distribution as forms of material communication. B.
Malinowski and Kula TRADE., K. Polanyi, forms of distribution. Harris, Sahlins: forms of exchange and solidarity.
Economy and morality. How to be materialistic in anthropology. Economy and ethics.
Topic 2: The market and communication. The market as an index. The configuration of the market and communication.
Topic 3: Theoretical elaboration of communication in anthropology (the 1960’s and 1970’s). Kinship as a form of
communication. Kinship and exogamy. Lévi-Strauss and Needham. The study of myths.
Topic 4: Communication as semiotics. Cultural forms that are utilized to communicate. The coming together of
anthropology and linguistics: Lévi-Strauss, Leach, Sperber, etc. Human ecology, Rappaport, Harris, Kottak. Rituals as
transduction. The importance of regulation in regional exchanges.
To think about culture and its elements. The representation of cultures and their interpretation.
Topic 5: Communication as power. Forms of political control. Importance of the degree of absence of the state. Ideology
and control of discourse. New technology and changes in the control of information in the society of the masses. The 11-M
revealing the important elements in forms of current communication.
Topic 6: Public communication and the media. Other current theorizations about culture.
Topic 7: Current alternative forms of communication: Performances, associations, social movements, utilization of
ethnicity, utilization of culture. Possible interpretations of signs and message
ECOLOGÍA HUMANA
Human Ecology
13793 (Second Semester: Spring) (5th year, 2nd cycle) (Biology department)
Humans and the biosphere. Evolution in human-biosphere interactions. The humanized ecosystem.
Perspectives on human-biosphere interactions. Applied ecology.
HISTORIA Y TEORÍA DE LA ANTROPOLOGÍA
History and Theory of anthropology
13251 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
A critical and historical perspective of anthropological theory, including the origins of anthropological
theory, developments in the theory until WW II, the theory from 1950-1980, the present state of the
theory, the theory in the Mediterranean countries, and the theory in Spain through discussion of texts.
MIGRACIONES Y RELACIONES INTERÉTNICAS
MIGRATION AND INTERETHNIC RELATIONS
13270 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
I.- GOALS
1.- General goals.
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To grasp general terms, the key concepts of the two camps of study in Anthropology, how migrations
and interethnic relations are addressed and in further detail, the multiple interactions between
migration and ethnicity.
2.- Particular goals.
2.1.- To know some of the principal contributions of Social Anthropology that has made an
understanding of phenomenon of migration and the process of intercultural interaction.
2.2.- To grasp with the greatest depth possible the interaction between migration and ethnicity.
2.3.- To exercise the knowledge of logical anthropologic research.
2.4.- To practice anthropological methodology, in relation with the themes of the course, exercising
some techniques of research, concrete observations, interview, life history (in the form of a migratory
history), notation, on site diary and ethnographic report.
2.5.- To grasp how theoretic and conceptual discussion, the dimensions of citizenship, politics, and
ethnicity can traverse topics and can be applied to the themes of the course.
II.- PROGRAM
Part One: Fundamental Concepts
Unit 1: The Migration phenomenon. Nature, Causes and consequences of Migration.
What is migration? Perspectives from modernization, dependency and articulation. Transnationalism.
Political economics of migration. Social networks. Migration and development.
Unit 2: Ethnicity. Theories about Ethnicity. Ethnic Identity
What is ethnicity? Racial and ethnic groups. Ethnic Minorities. The concept of interethnic relation.
Personal and social identity. Interethnic conflict.
Part 2: Research Projects
Unit 3: Project: “The Colombian Collective in Spain”
Development of the research. Social demographic outline of the colony. Conditions of life and work.
Unit 4: Project “The Children of Immigrants in Madrid”
Development of the research, Characterization of the children of the immigrants. The weight of culture
in the 2nd generation. Necessities and rights: opinion.
Unit 5: Project: “Insertion of Immigrant into the workforce”.
Development on research. The distinct actors and confines in the process of insertion of immigrant
workers. The labor dimension of immigration and the cultural and ethnic component.
Unit 6: Project: “Migratory Networks and Transnational Communities”
Development of research. The processes of transnationalism in Spain. Comparative perspective
Ecuadorian, Senegalese and Romanian Collectives.
Unit 7: The Construction of ethnicity in the context of migrants.
“Cultural Capital” and the utilization by migrants. Typology of cultural change in migration.
Assimilation, insertion, marginalization, integration. Ethnicity and ethnic identity in the configuration
of migrant communities. The role of the State and its migratory policies.
Unit 8: Class, Gender and Ethnic in migration.
Systems of domination, hierarchy and stratification. Identities and multiple classifications. Racism and
class. Ethno-racial discrimination from the perspective of gender. Dominican case. Moroccan case.
Unit 9: Migration and the management of cultural diversity. Exclusion and Inclusion models.
Racism and xenophobia. Discrimination and segregation. Assimilation. Cultural pluralism. Similarity
and Difference. Cultural Pluralism and citizenship. Multi Culturalism and public multicultural policies.
Critics of multiculturalism, its limitations. The emergence of Interculturality in education,
communication, etc.
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ARAB PHILOLOGY
Programas de Asignaturas en:
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/filologiaarabe.html
Licenciatura en Filología Árabe
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código
Asignatura
11776
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA I
11777
LENGUA ÁRABE I
11779
LINGÜÍSTICA I
11780
GEOGRAFÍA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE E ISLÁMICO
11781
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA II
11782
LENGUA ÁRABE II
11911
LINGÜÍSTICA II
14757
EL ISLAM EN SUS FUENTES HISTÓRICAS I
14758
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE I: COMPRENSIÓN ORAL
14759
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE II: EXPRESIÓN ORAL
Troncales
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11778
LITERATURA ÁRABE I
11907
LENGUA ÁRABE III
11908
LITERATURA ÁRABE II
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11909
POÉTICA Y RETÓRICA TRADICIONALES
11910
POÉTICA Y RETÓRICA MODERNAS
14760
SINTAXIS ÁRABE
14761
EL ISLAM EN SUS FUENTES HISTÓRICAS II
11934
TEXTOS ÁRABES
14762
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE III: COMPRENSIÓN DE TEXTOS
ESCRITOS
14763
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE IV: EXPRESIÓN POR ESCRITO
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
11914
HISTORIA Y CULTURA ÁRABO-ISLÁMICA I
11915
HISTORIA Y CULTURA ÁRABO-ISLÁMICA II
11916
GRAMÁTICA ÁRABE I
11925
GRAMÁTICA ÁRABE II
11918
LITERATURA ÁRABE III
11919
LITERATURA ÁRABE IV
14768
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE V: LENGUAJE DE LOS MEDIOS DE
COMUNICACIÓN
Tercera lengua (a elegir entre):
Tercera lengua I
Código
Asignatura
14764
PERSA I
14765
TURCO I
Tercera lengua II
Código
Asignatura
14766
PERSA II
14767
TURCO II
Troncales y Obligatorias
Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11912
SOCIOLOGÍA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE E ISLÁMICO
11917
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA ÁRABE I
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11921
PENSAMIENTO ISLÁMICO
11923
DIALECTOLOGÍA ÁRABE I
11924
DIALECTOLOGÍA ÁRABE II
11926
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA ÁRABE II
11927
LITERATURA ÁRABE V
14769
CRÍTICA LITERARIA ÁRABE
14770
PRÁCTICAS EN LENGUA ÁRABE VI: MODALIDADES DIALECTALES
Optativas de Segundo ciclo
Código
Asignatura
11949
EL MUNDO ÁRABE EN LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES
14778
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO: EL MUNDO ISLÁMICO ACTUAL
14777
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO: SOCIOLOGÍA DE IRÁN Y TURQUÍA
11920
ARQUEOLOGÍA Y ARTE ISLÁMICOS
11941
ANTROPOLOGÍA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE E ISLÁMICO
11771
TERCERA LENGUA: PERSA III
14775
DIALECTO MARROQUÍ
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ANTROPOLOGÍA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE E ISLÁMICO
Anthropology of the Arabic and Islamic World
11941 (Second Semester: Spring) (Optative, First and Second Year) (First Cycle) Unity and
diversity in anthropological studies about the Arabic and Islamic World.
1.- Introduction. Geography and technology.
2.- Lifestyles related to means of production: agriculture, fishing, hunting, commerce and pottery.
Customs and clothing.
3.- Semantic religions and Pre-Islamic Arabia.
4.- Elements of Islam: the pillars. The cult to the saints.
5.- The problem with gender: women, marriage and family.
6.- Possible or impossible co-existance in Spain.
6.1. Popular culture.
6.2.- Popular Spanish literature and Arab literature.
ARQUEOLOGÍA Y ARTE DE AL-ANDALUS
Archaeology and Art of Al-Andalus
11940 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the Andalusian material culture (architecture), ceramics, sumptuary arts, etc. in the Iberian
Peninsula via the archaeological studies that have been made on those fields up to now.
ARQUEOLOGÍA Y ARTE ISLÁMICO (11920)
Archaeology and Art of the Islam
11920 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study about development and characteristics of Archaeology and Islamic Art in its principal periods.
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA ÁRABE I
History of Arabic Language I
11917(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Introduction to Arabic Language.
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA ÁRABE II
History of Arabic Language II
11926 (Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Introduction to Arabic Language.
HISTORIA DE LA ESPAÑA ISLÁMICA
History of Islamic Spain
11836 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle) (History Department)
General study of Al-Andalus.
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A general understanding of the history of the Andalusian society and all its components including
politics, society, economy and culture and their development from the first installation of the Arab
Muslims in Spain, in the year 711, until the final reign of Granada in 1492.
1.- The Islamic conquest and occupation of Spain.
2.- Islam in North Africa and Iberian Peninsula from the start of the 8th Century.
The political structure of Andalusia: The Independent Emirates.
4.- The Caliphate of Córdoba.
5.- Society and everyday life.
6.- The Economic structure.
7.- Their exertion of power.
8.- The law, religion and culture.
9.- The Small Spanish Kingdoms of the South and Imperialist North Africans.
10.- The Nasri Reign of Granada.
HISTORIA Y CULTURA ÁRABO-ISLÁMICA I
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture I
11914 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Religious, geographic, historical, artistic and cultural features of arabic-islamic world.
Brief description: Study of the contemporary history of Iran and Turkey as Islamic (not Arab)
countries.
Organization:
Iran: Brief geographic description as an introduction. The “Pahlavi” dynasty. The Islamic Revolution
and Ayatollah Homeini. “Hatami” and the beginning (process of) liberalization until present day.
Turkey: Brief description as an introduction. Kamal Atatürk and the secular republic. Those who
continued to follow Atatürk . The political liberation and proliferation of political parties. The attacks
of the military state. The restoration to democracy until present day.
HISTORIA Y CULTURA ÁRABO-ISLÁMICA II
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture II
11915 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Professor Elisa Molina
-Goals and Course Description
This class will study the contemporary history of the Islamic (not Arab) countries that were
introduced in Arab-Islamic History and Culture I. Some classes will use with videos.
II - Syllabus
Each country will be studied in depth individually, always with a brief geographical introduction.
Pakistan: The separation of India. Yinah and the construction of the new state. Yinah´s followers.
The separation of Eastern Pakistan. The Bhutto family. Omar Sharif. The military attack of 1999 and
the present day. Bangladesh: The separation of Eastern Pakistan and the creation of the new state
until the present day.
Afghanistan: The country´s independence and the new reign. The Soviet occupation. The Taliban.
The United States military intervention until the present day.
Malaysia: The Japanese occupation and Nationalism. The country´s independence. The UMNO
(United Malays National Organization) and the Barisan National. Mohothir Mohamed. The present
day.
Indonesia: The country´s independence. Sukarno and the "Old Order". Suharto and the "New Order".
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Separatist movements. Timor oriental, Aceh and Papua New Guinea. The fall of Suharto and the new
governments until the present day.
III - Bibliography
There is no single book that contains all of the class information, so a list of selected resources will
be given to each student at the beginning of the semester.
IV - There is one written midterm exam and one written cumulative final exam.
ISLAM MEDIEVAL EN SUS FUENTES HISTÓRICAS, EL
Islam in Medieval Age and its Historical Sources
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Introduction to the documentation in this period and the characteristic multiculturalism of Islamic
civilizations.
EL ISLAM EN SUS FUENTES HISTÓRICAS I
ISLAM IN ITS HISTORICAL SOURCES I
The Islam in Medieval Age and its Historical Sources
14757 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Professor: Bernabé López García
Theme 1: Introduction and presentation of the syllabus and bibliography.
A. Presentation of syllabus, objectives, and materials.
B. Geography of the diversity of the Islamic World. The Muslim world and its contemporary
politics.
C. The major tracks in the history of Islam.
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Theme 2.- Regional and worldwide context of the birth of Islam.
A.- The Arabian Peninsula between Byzantines and Persians.
B.- Mohammad and the birth of Islam. The Islamic calendar.
C.- The Rachidun caliphs, first expansion.
Theme 3.- The Omayyam Empire
A.- Conquest and organization of empire.
B.- The first Islamic crisis (fitna) and the second (Kerbela)
C.- Islam in Andalusia. Western Islam.
Theme 4. - The World of the Abbasids.
A.- Shiism and the Abbasid revolution.
B.- Elaboration of Islamic law.
C.- Social, political, economic organization.
Theme 5.- Dislocation of the Abbasid caliphate.
Theme 6.- The bases of classical Islam.
Theme 7.- Sejuks, ayyubies, and the Frank kings.
Theme 8.- Muslims in the West.
Theme 9.- Islam in Central Asia and Africa.
Theme 10.- Shift in the sources of political and religious power.
Evaluation: Written exam and final research paper (20-25 pages)
ISLAM MODERNO Y CONTEMPORÁNEO EN SUS FUENTES HISTÓRICAS, EL
The Modern and Contemporary Islam and its Historical Sources
14761 (First semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Introduction to the documentation of this period and the characteristic multiculturalism of Islamic
civilizations.
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA I
Spanish Language I
11776 (First semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Introduction to Spanish language descriptive and normative aspects: phonetics, phonology,
morphology and history of Spanish.
LENGUA ÁRABE I
Arabic Language I
11777 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Introduction to Arabic language description and evolution. Arabic language theory and practice.
LENGUA Y CULTURA ÁRABES I (Prof. Pedro Martínez Montávez)
Arabic Language and Culture I
(Elective Course) (First Semester)
a) Historic effects and Islamic doctrine.
1.- Geographic presence of Islam and the variety of the religion. Arab identity and Islam.
2.- The religious traditions of the Middle East and the coming of Islam.
3.- The Koran text and its concepts. The pillars of Islam.
4.- Community and State: the principal institutions of classical Islam.
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5.- Principal stages of Islamic history.
6.- Classic Arabic Culture: Literature.
7.- Classic Arabic Culture: Art.
8.- Classic Arabic Culture: Sciences and Techniques.
9.- The current situation of the Arab world: Middle East.
10.- The current situation of the Arab world: Northern Africa.
B) Language
1) Arabic greetings.
2) 2.- The Arabic language and its linguistic mark in Arab countries.
3) Arabic writing.
4) Pronouns. Structures of Identification.
5) Singular nouns. Personal nouns. Geographic nouns.
6) The article and its presence in words of Arabic origin.
7) The verb (perfect)
8) Imperfect verb
9) Nouns, plural
10) Verbal methods.
11) To be, to have done something
12) To be have
13) Numbers
Each of these lessons consists of explanation and application: conversation,
writing, etc.
LITERATURA ÁRABE I
Arabic Literature I)
11778 (Second semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Historical and philological study of the main trends, authors and works in Arabic literature.
LITERATURA ÁRABE I
Arabic Literature I)
(First Semester: Fall) (2nd Year) (First Cycle)
Main Objective:
Initiation in the study of Arabic Literature in the pre-Islamic period and during the first centuries of Islam
through texts (translated and originals) that also serve as a linguistic tool to augment each student’s knowledge of
the Arabic language.
Course Program:
Theme I: Introductory Classes
Lesson 1
The Arabs, their origin. Arabs of the South. Arabs of the North. Prehistoric town: their myths
and legends. Historical Period. Background source for the study of this period.
Lesson 2
Arabic language and literature. The term ‘literature’ applied in ‘Arabic literature’. Unity and variety of this literature.
Limits, spaces and chronology of the Arabic literature. Oral tradition and Literality.
Theme II: Pre-Islamic Period
Lesson 3
Islamic prose, Ayam al-‘arab
Lesson 4
Historical framework, politico-religious and cultural. The Arabic Peninsula. Pre- Islamic poetry. The Saalik poets.
Lesson 5
The casida: formal prototype. Arabic Metric
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Lesson 6
The mu’allaqay: historical problems and authenticity
Lesson 7
Imru’ al-Qays
Theme II: Mohammed and the al-Rashidun Caliphates
Lesson 8
The Koran. Content. Development of the message. Preservation and transmition. Narrative elements. Principal
stylistic resources.
Lesson 9
The hadiz, traditions of the Prophet.
Lesson 10
Poetry in the first century of Islam. First Islamic poets.
Lesson 11
Prose: principal documents of the time
Theme IV: Umayyad Epoch
Lesson 12
General characteristics of the Umayyad epoch. Causes for poetry’s rediscovery. Satirical Poetry: the naqida genre.
Lesson 13
The perspective of the Hiyaz poetry. Evolution of the romantic theme. The gazal. ‘Urdi Poetry
Lesson 14
Ideological Poetry. Shiite poetry, jariyi poetry. Precursor poets of the modern movement.
Lesson 15
Prose. Oratory genre. Epistolary genre. Prose of the sectarians.
Lesson 16
Kalila and Dimna
Lecturing Language:
Spanish
Arabic
Requirements
Knowledge of the Arabic language
Methodology
The texts will be studied whenever their original version is available. If these exceed the students’ linguistic levels,
they will be studied through translations. This way the student will begin to get use to dealing with primary as well
as secondary source materials. Hopefully the texts will help the student to augment his knowledge of the Arabic
language.
LITERATURA ÁRABE II
Arabic Literature II
11908 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Historical and philological study o f the main trends, authors and works in Arabic literature.
LITERATURA ÁRABE II
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Curso 2
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
1 – Objectives and description of content:
The program will focus its approach beginning with the first manifestations of Andalus literature until the end of
the epoch, situating works and authors within the different periods and genres. The program also includes classical pieces
such as the One Thousand and One Nights. Likewise, the student will proceed in the reading and analysis of Ilustrative
texts from each period and each theme. Keeping in mind each student’s diverse knowledge of the arabic language, some
texts will be read in their original form and others, due to difficulty in reading, will be studied with the help of translations.
2 – Program
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Theme I: Introductory Lectures
Lesson 1: Al-Andalus and its inhabitants.
Lesson 2: Al-Andalus and its cultural evolution:
a) The Umayyad Emirate
b) Caliphate Period
c) The Taifa Kingdoms
d) The Almoravids and the Almohads
e) The Reign of Granada
Theme II: Literatures of al-Andalus
Lesson 3: Classical arabic poetry in Al-Andalus
Lesson 4: The strophic poetry: Muwashshah, Kharja, Zejel.
Lesson 5: Ibn Quzman
Lesson 6: Prose and its genres. The risala, the maqama, the adab.
Lesson 7: Ibn Hazm and The Ring of the Dove
Lesson 8: Ibn Tufail and Philosophus Autodidactus
Lesson 9: Morisco literature
Theme III: One Thousand and One Nights
Lesson 10: A classic in popular literature
Lesson 11: Impact of the work. Translation and reception.
3 – Readings:
Ibn Hazm, The Ring of the Dove
Ibn Tufail, Philosophus Autodidactus
One Thousand and One Nights
Plus selected articles distributed in class pertaining to each theme and each lesson.
LITERATURA ÁRABE III
Arabic Literature III
11918 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Historical and philological study of the main trends, authors and works in Arabic literature.
LITERATURA ÁRABE IV
Arabic Literature IV
11919 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Historical and philological study of the main trends, authors and works in Arabic-Spanish literature.
LITERATURA ÁRABE V
Arabic Literature V
11927 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Historical and philological study of the main trends, authors and works in Arabic-Spanish literature.
MUNDO ÁRABE EN LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES
Arabic World In International Relations
Optativa de 2º ciclo
11949
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional 2º Cycle)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
Nadereh Farzamnia
Lugar (location)
Islamic and Arabic Studies Department
Objetivo principal (main aim):
To understand the role of the Arab world, and the one of Islamic and Arab countries in the Middle East set in the panorama
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of international relations.
The course expects the student to have a clearer vision of the last sociopolitical events in Islamic countries and their
consequences in international relations.
Programa (Course program):
- The fall of the Ottoman Empire up to World War Two.
- The creation of the Arab States
- World War Two up to today
- Oil and its meanings
- Nationalism and its consequences
- The Arab-Israeli war and the Palestine question
- The cold war and it’s consequences in the Middle East
- September 11th and a new direction in international relations.
- The new energies and the necessity of negotiation and dialogue between the Arab World, Europe and the
United States.
- Iran: a potential stabilizing effect on the Occident?.
Idioma en que se imparte: (Lecturing language)
Español
Requisitos previos (requirements):
Ninguno
Metodología: (Methodology)
The course is composed of three theoretical sessions. The students will write papers and have expositions on the themes
seen in class as well as current affairs.
Evaluación (Evaluation):
Short papers throughout the semester and a longer final paper will be used to grade the student.
Syllabus (translated)
Course: The Arab World in International Relations
Course Code: 11949
Professor: Haizman Amirah
Department: Arab Philology
Objective: The main objective of the course is to develop a global knowledge of the nature and factors that condition the
international relations of the nations of the Middle East and northern Africa. With this in mind, the readings and lectures
during class center around the following topics: the structural conditions and internal contexts of the region’s countries and
the impact that they have on external relations, the evolution of superpowers’ influence (the US and European Union,
among others) in the region, the consequences of the so called “global war on terror” in the geostrategic positioning of the
distinct regional actors and, lastly, the future of the region in the context of the transformations caused by the Iraq invasion
and the changes in the international system.
Course Contents:
Topic 1: The structural conditions and internal contexts of the countries of the Middle East and northern Africa
Topic 2: Evolution of US influence on the Middle East
Topic 3: Relations between the EU and the Mediterranean countries
Topic 4: International relations in the Mediterranean in the era of “the global war on terror”
Topic 5: Towards a new Middle East? Transformation and continuation in a complex region
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PENSAMIENTO ISLÁMICO
Islamic Thought
11921 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
History of thought in the Islamic world (Falsafa Kalam, Tasawwuf,...) from its origins to the present
time.
SOCIOLOGÍA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE E ISLÁMICO
Sociology of the Arabic and Islamic world
11912 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Introduction to islamology based on social sciences. Islamic law in relation to the topics of personal
statute, family and social organization. Political sociology of the Arabic countries.
SOCIOPOLÍTICA DEL MUNDO ÁRABE CONTEMPORÁNEO
Socio-Politics of the Contemporary Arab World
(First Semestre: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
1. Study the politics and religion of Muslim Society. The origin of the Islamic state.
2. Socio-Politics of the two main branches of Islam: Sunni and Shií.
3. Tribes, communities and minorities in the Arab World.
4. The creation of the Nation State and their struggle for legitimacy.
5. Muslim reformism and Islamism movements.
6. The liberal and socialist experience in the Arab World.
7. The crisis of the Post-colonial Arab State. Crisis of Legitimacy. Generational change.
8. The monarchies in the current Arab World: Morocco, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
9. Lebanon: Confessionalism and a multi-party system.
10. Liberal reforms in Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt.
The Bazist dictatorships in Syria and Iraq.
TEXTOS DE LENGUA ÁRABE (ÁRABE PARA FILÓSOFOS)
ARABIC LANGUAGE (TEXTS FOR PHILOSOPHERS)
11934 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective Course)
1) Islam. Beginning and formation of religion and culture. The Koran. The Hadiz.
2) Politico-religious discussions. The Callifate. Sunnies, shies, jarchies.
3) Islamic law (sharía) and jurisprudence (figh). Four jurist schools. The fatwa. The tallid.
4) Dialectic theory (kalam). Free will vs. determinism. The mutazila. The ashories.
5) Islamic philosophy (falsafa). Greek philosophic legacy. Averroist climax.
6) Modern Arab Renaissance (Nahda). Neo- traditional, liberal-modernist and radical tradition.
Pan-Islamism and pan-Arabism.
Today’s panorama of Arabic thought. Secularity and Islamist movements.
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EASTERN ASIA STUDIES
Programas de Asignaturas:
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/asiaoriental.html
Licenciatura en Estudios de Asia Oriental
Itinerario de Estudios Chinos
Complementos
Complementos de Formación
Código
Asignatura
12832
CHINO I
12848
CHINO II
12866
CHINO III
12879
CHINO IV
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
15761
LENGUA CHINA INTERMEDIA I
15762
LENGUA CHINA INTERMEDIA II
15763
HISTORIA Y CIVILIZACIÓN ANTIGUA DE ASIA ORIENTAL I: CHINA
15764
HISTORIA Y CIVILIZACIÓN ANTIGUA DE ASIA ORIENTAL II: CHINA
15765
ARTE DE ASIA ORIENTAL: CHINA
15766
ANTROPOLOGÍA DE ASIA ORIENTAL: CHINA
15767
LITERATURA CHINA MODERNA Y CONTEMPORÁNEA
13991
FUNDAMENTOS DEL PENSAMIENTO DE ASIA ORIENTAL
15768
CIVILIZACIÓN CONTEMPORÁNEA: DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EN
CHINA
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
15770
LENGUA CHINA INTERMEDIA-AVANZADA I
15771
LENGUA CHINA INTERMEDIA-AVANZADA II
15777
ASIA ORIENTAL: EL PERÍODO MODERNO
15772
CULTURA EMPRESARIAL EN CHINA
15773
EL LENGUAJE DE LOS MEDIOS DE COMUNICACIÓN EN CHINA
15774
LOS CLÁSICOS DE LA LITERATURA CHINA
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15778
ASIA ORIENTAL CONTEMPORÁNEA
15775
ANÁLISIS DE TEXTOS DE LITERATURA Y PENSAMIENTO CHINOS
15776
POLÍTICA CONTEMPORÁNEA: CHINA
Itinerario de Estudios Japoneses
Complementos
Complementos de Formación
Código
Asignatura
12833
JAPONÉS I
12849
JAPONÉS II
12867
JAPONÉS III
12880
JAPONÉS IV
Troncales y Obligatorias
Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
15779
LENGUA JAPONESA INTERMEDIA I
15780
LENGUA JAPONESA INTERMEDIA II
15781
HISTORIA Y CIVILIZACIÓN ANTIGUA DE ASIA ORIENTAL I: JAPÓN
15782
HISTORIA Y CIVILIZACIÓN ANTIGUA DE ASIA ORIENTAL II: JAPÓN
15783
ARTE DE ASIA ORIENTAL: JAPÓN
15784
ANTROPOLOGÍA DE ASIA ORIENTAL: JAPÓN
15785
LITERATURA JAPONESA MODERNA Y CONTEMPORÁNEA
13991
FUNDAMENTOS DEL PENSAMIENTO DE ASIA ORIENTAL
15786
CIVILIZACIÓN CONTEMPORÁNEA: DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EN
JAPÓN
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
15787
LENGUA JAPONESA INTERMEDIA-AVANZADA I
15788
LENGUA JAPONESA INTERMEDIA-AVANZADA II
15777
ASIA ORIENTAL: EL PERÍODO MODERNO
15789
CULTURA EMPRESARIAL EN JAPÓN
15790
EL LENGUAJE DE LOS MEDIOS DE COMUNICACIÓN EN JAPÓN
15154
LOS CLÁSICOS DE LA LITERATURA JAPONESA
15778
ASIA ORIENTAL CONTEMPORÁNEA
15791
ANÁLISIS DE TEXTOS DE LITERATURA Y PENSAMIENTO JAPONESES
15792
POLÍTICA CONTEMPORÁNEA: JAPÓN
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Optativas de segundo ciclo
Itinerario
Itinerario de Estudios Chinos
Código
Asignatura
15794
TAIWAN, HONG KONG Y MACAO EN LA ETAPA CONTEMPORÁNEA
15793
ETNICIDAD E IDENTIDAD NACIONAL EN CHINA Y LAS COMUNIDADES DE
ULTRAMAR
Itinerario de Estudios Japoneses
Código
15796
Asignatura
EL COMERCIO EN JAPÓN: ORIGEN E HISTORIA
Comunes a ambos itinerarios
Código
Asignatura
15936
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO X: ECONOMÍA Y EMPRESA EN ASIA ORIENTAL (LA
REFORMA Y LA APERTURA DE CHINA)
15939
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO XIII: ESTUDIOS DE ARTE EN ASIA ORIENTAL
(PINTURA CHINA)
15929
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO III: DERECHO EN ASIA ORIENTAL
15800
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO II: CLAVES EN LA HISTORIA DE ASIA ORIENTAL
(ESTILO Y FORMA EN JAPÓN)
15931
C.M. V: Lenguas en Asia Oriental (japonés)
15933
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO VII: RELIGIÓN EN ASIA ORIENTAL (CHINA)
CINE DE ASIA ORIENTAL
ORIENTAL ASIAN CINEMA (JAPAN AND CHINA)
15798 (Elective Cass) (Second Cycle)
The course will focus on the historical development of the Cinema of East Asia, in
particular that of Japan and China (fundamentally continental China but also Hong Kong
and Taiwan). We will study the aesthetic aspects of the works screened in class and also
the social –political atmosphere in which they were produced. All of the sessions will
consist of a film screening that will serve as focal point of analysis and help to provide
an example of other complementary films. The final evaluation will consist of a
cumulative exam with diverse short answer questions and an essay question to reflect the
various themes of the course.
CIVILIZACIÓN CONTEMPORÁNEA: DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EN CHINA
Contemporary Civilization: Economic and Social Development in China
15768 Second semester, Spring (Course: Libre configuración)
Prof.: Lin Yuen
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1. The geographical setting
Landforms
Climate and Water
Provinces and regions
Mineral resources
Regional differentiation
2. The Chinese economy before 1949
The traditional Chinese economy, 1127-1911
The beginnings of industrialization, 1912-1937
War and Civil War, 1937-1949
Legacies of the Pre-1949 economy
3. The socialist Era, 1949-1978
The Big Push development strategy
The command economic system in China
Policy instability
Legacies of the socialist period
4. Market transition: strategy and process
The Chinese approach to transition
The initial breakthrough in the countryside
A two-phase framework of economic reform
Elements of China’s transition though 1992
The second phase of reform, 1993-present
5. Growth and structural change
Growth
Investment
Structural change
Globalization
6. Population growth and the one-child family
The demographic transition
The role of government policy
Consequence of the one-child policy
Changing age structure of the population
7. Labor and human capital
The institutional transformation of Chinese labor
Labor markets in China today
Social security
8. The urban-rural divide
A dualistic system
Urbanization
Rural-urban migration
Economic consequences of the urban-rural divide
9. Living standarts: incomes, inequality and poverty
Income growth
Poverty
Inequality
Physical quality of life indicators
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LA CHINA DE MAO
Mao’s China
Leila Fernández Stembridge
15155 ( Second Semester: Spring) (Oferta específica)
1.- General Introduction
a.- Geography
b.- Historical Precedents.
c.- General evolution of cultural and political values.
i.- Confucianism
ii.- Maoism.
2.- Birth of the Popular Republic of China.
a.- Economic Reconstruction (1949-1952)
b.- Korean War (1950-1953)
c.- Structure of the New Government.
d.- Campaign of Masses.
3.- Establishment of a new socioeconomic and political order.
a.- First 5 Year Plan (1953-1957)
b.- Hundred Flowers Campaign (1956-1957)
c.- Split between the town and city: communal vs. united work
d.- Army reform.
e.- Foreign Policy.
4.- Intensification of the revolutionary process.
a.- Sino-soviet split
b.- The Big Jump Ahead (1958-1960)
c.- Period of Hunger (1960-1963)
d.- the Third Front (1964-1971): Control of economy adjustment
5.- Launch of the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)
a.- Origins: executions of internal policies.
b.- 1966-1969: Period of Chaos.
c.- 1969-1976: Institutionalization of the Cultural Revolution.
d.- Possible Explanations.
6.- End of the Maoist Progressive period.
a.- Death of Mao and the Gang of Four
b.- Redefinition of the Revolution: The four modernizations.
c.- Third plenary sessions of the Eleventh Congress of China´s Communist Party (Dec. 1978).
CHINO IV
Chinese IV
12879 Second Semester, Spring. (Course: Libre configuración)
Prof.: Pilar González España
Equivalent to 4 semesters of Chinese. This course continues the acquisition of the basic theories of
the Chinese language. It gives the necessary tools to allow each student to better express and
understand the written and oral basic expressions, to motivate each student to practice the spoken
language, and to allow them to write essays on brief Chinese texts. Also offers a brief introduction
to Chinese literature.
CLÁSICOS DE LA LITERATURA CHINA
Classics of the Chinese Literature
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Page 2/7-8 UAM Classics of Chinese Literature Syllabus
1.10 Objectives of the course:
This class is characterized by the introduction to classical Chinese literature, since the
ancient times until the 19th century. The course will follow a historical path and analyze
the genres and texts most notable. The course will make an analysis of a Chinese text,
Dream Of The Red Chamber.
Adquisition of knowledge:
-Indtroducing the study of classical Chinese literature.
-Distinguishing fundamental characteristics of classical Chinese literature and the
genres most notable.
-To study in depth the language of classical Chinese literature.
-To know the sources for the study of classical Chinese literature, the main works and
authors.
Adquisition of skills and competence:
-Analyze written or visual texts and summarize information.
-Develop the criticism and express and defend arguments orally and in writing.
-Know how to negotiate the time and resources for learning individually.
-Reflect the cultural archetypes and stereotypes.
-Develop the ability of reading and comprehension of literary texts in translation,
studying in depth the analysis of Chinese literature language.
-To raise awareness about the different levels of Chinese language of literary texts.
-Distinguish fundamental characteristics of the literary expressions of traditional China
and their most notable authors.
-Tranlate simple texts in Chinese language with the help of a dictionary.
1.11 Course Contents
General introduction to the concept of literature in China. Literary genres, classical
language and vernacular language in classical China. General context of classical
Chinese literature. Study of the main genres and authors of the classical period.
Analysis and translation of original texts of Chinese authors, with special attention to
Dream Of The Red Chamber.
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DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO Y SOCIAL EN LA CHINA CONTEMPORÁNEA
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN CHINA
Leila Fernández Stembridge
15768 (Second Semester: Spring) (Oferta específica)
This class is about the changing economy of China, with the focus on the last 20 years of economic
growth of China’s transition from a planned economy to a capitalist one and how this will
affect both China and the world economy. In order to explain this we learn some basic
macro economic concepts, as well as a bit of Chinese. We will study the social effects of
the economic changes, such as the movement of people from rural to urban areas and
foreign influences on China’s communist and traditional culture. We will also discuss the
environmental effects of China’s industrialization.
RELIGIÓN EN ASIA ORIENTAL (BUDISMO EN CHINA)
Religion in East Asia: Buddhism in China
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
15933 First Semester, Fall
Professor Andreas Janousch
Aims:
• Introduction to the methodology of the studies of History of religions
• Basic knowledge of history of religions in China
• Knowledge of the diverse religions present in current-day China
• Analysis of primary texts of the history of religions in China
Religion or Religions?: Methodology
Basic concepts of Chinese religion
Man in the world
Man and Death
Communication between Man and the Great Beyond
Evil and Morality
Relations among Men
Chinese Religion before the Arrival of Universalist Religions
Religion of Antiquity
Correlative Cosmology
Universalist Religions
History and Concepts of Taoism
History and Concepts of Buddhism
Religion in Early Modern China: Family, Community and the State
Family and Religion
Community and Religion
The State and Religion
-ECONOMÍA Y EMPRESA EN ASIA ORIENTAL (LA REFORMA Y LA
APERTURA DE CHINA)
Economy and Business in Oriental Asia: the reform and opening in China
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Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Economy and Business in Oriental Asia: the reform and opening of China
Prof: Lin Yue
Objectives of the Course:
This course focuses on the process of reform in China, analyzing the different aspects of economic
development during the last 30 years, covering macroeconomic policies, international commerce, and
experimental changes in rural and urban regions.
Throughout this course, students will be able to understand the chapters of reform and the strategies
realized by the Chinese miracle. They will learn to utilize and analyze the materials and statistic data in
order to experiment orally their opinions and to elaborate a final paper that shows their critical
attitudes.
Course Contents:
Introduction: Is China a future world power?
Actual Situation in China
Calendar for the future
Underestimation and overestimation
Essential factors for success
Rural Economy
Rural Organization
Traditional structure of rural society
Agricultural collectivization
The Second Reform
Agriculture
Model of traditional Chinese agriculture
Technical innovation after 1949 and agricultural production
Change of diet
Future challenges and globalization
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Rural industrialization
Origin of canton and town businesses
The boom of these businesses
Different models of development of canton businesses of the town
Transformation of these businesses
Urban Economy
Property and business administration
Industry and energy
Technology policy
Integration into the world economy
Open door policy in a compared perspective
The growth of the exportation as a result of comparative advantage
The role of foreign investment
The entrance in the WTO and its consequences
Fiscal Reform
Investment and national reserve
Budget deficit and fiscal reform
Current fiscal system
Inflation and microeconomic cycle
Financial System
Banking system and it’s reform
Characteristics of the Chinese stock market
Obligations of the Market
Informal finance
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RELIGIÓN EN ASIA ORIENTAL: CHINA
Religion in Oriental Asia: China
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
Second Semestre: Spring (Elective) (Second Cycle
Main Goals:
- Introduction to the methodology of the study of history of religions
- Basic knowledge of fundamental concepts of Chinese religions
- Basic knowledge of the history of Chinese religions
- Basic knowledge of the current situation in China (of diverse religions)
- Analysis of primary texts of the history of religions in China (translated)
Program
1. What Is "Religion?"
2. Basic Concepts
2.1 Man in the world
Space: Cosmology, Fengshui
Time: Calendar, Divination, History
2.2 Man and Death
Soul, Ancestry, ghosts, spirits, demons, gods and divinities
2.3 Communication
Sacrifice
Divinations
Exorcism
Defense
Propitiation
2.4 Mortality and Rituality
Demonism
Continuing Moral
Non-dualism,
2.5 Relations among people
3. The Chinese religion before the entrance of universal religions
3.1 Ancient Religion
3.2 Correlative Cosmology
4. Universal Religions
4.1 Taoism
History
Immortality
Waidan
Neidam
Taoist rituals
4.2 Buddhism
History
Basic concepts
The route of Bodhisattva
Buddhism Chan
4.3 Confucianism as a religion
5. Religion in China post-Tang: family, community and State
5.1 Family and Religion
Ancestry
Lineage and the family as a corporation
Ritual: li and subsidiary piety: xiao
The theory of the ancestry cult
The practice of the ancestry cult: funerals, sacrifices and mourning
5.2 Community and Religion
The Gods
The Temples: functions and characteristics
Festivals
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5.3 The State and Religion
The emperor and the Imperial cult
The official religion
Relation between state and religion in China
6. Religion in Modern China
Methodology
General expositions/lectures
Reading obligatory texts
Analysis of texts
Interpretative debates in class
Type of Texts Utilized
-Introductory texts: Adler, Joseph A. 2005.
- Investigation texts
- Primary sources
Evaluation
- Individual written paper, 10 page
- Practical sessions: Commentary on texts
- Written Final Exam
Clásico Literatura de China
Classical literature of China
Curso 4
This class is an introduction to the Chinese classical literature, since Antiquity to the 19th century. We
will study and analyze historic and the most prominent texts. An analysis of a text in Chinese of
Dream in the Red Building will be carried out. The texts of analysis also include reading of texts of
The intellectuals and the power in China, reading of the text of Abyss Qian, reading of the text of
Anthology of the Chinese literature, The History of the Western Wing of Wang Shufu and many more.
ECONOMÍA Y EMPRESA EN ASIA ORIENTAL (LA REFORMA Y LA APERTURA DE
CHINA)
Economy and Business in Oriental Asia: the reform and opening in China
Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Economy and Business in Oriental Asia: the reform and opening of China
Prof: Lin Yue
Objectives of the Course:
This course focuses on the process of reform in China, analyzing the different aspects of economic
development during the last 30 years, covering macroeconomic policies, international commerce, and
experimental changes in rural and urban regions.
Throughout this course, students will be able to understand the chapters of reform and the strategies
realized by the Chinese miracle. They will learn to utilize and analyze the materials and statistic data in
order to experiment orally their opinions and to elaborate a final paper that shows their critical
attitudes.
Course Contents:
Introduction: Is China a future world power?
Actual Situation in China
Calendar for the future
Underestimation and overestimation
Essential factors for success
Rural Economy
Rural Organization
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Traditional structure of rural society
Agricultural collectivization
The Second Reform
Agriculture
Model of traditional Chinese agriculture
Technical innovation after 1949 and agricultural production
Change of diet
Future challenges and globalization
Rural industrialization
Origin of canton and town businesses
The boom of these businesses
Different models of development of canton businesses of the town
Transformation of these businesses
Urban Economy
Property and business administration
Industry and energy
Technology policy
Integration into the world economy
Open door policy in a compared perspective
The growth of the exportation as a result of comparative advantage
The role of foreign investment
The entrance in the WTO and its consequences
Fiscal Reform
Investment and national reserve
Budget deficit and fiscal reform
Current fiscal system
Inflation and microeconomic cycle
Financial System
Banking system and it’s reform
Characteristics of the Chinese stock market
Obligations of the Market
Informal finance
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ENGLISH:
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/filologiainglesa.html
Licenciatura en Filología Inglesa
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código
Asignatura
14350
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA I
14353
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA II
14354
LINGÜÍSTICA GENERAL I
14355
LINGÜÍSTICA GENERAL II
14780
LENGUA INGLESA I
14781
LITERATURA INGLESA I
14782
PRÁCTICAS INTEGRADAS DE LENGUA INGLESA
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
Asignatura
14266
TEORÍA DE LA LITERATURA I
14267
TEORÍA DE LA LITERATURA II
14783
LENGUA INGLESA II
14784
LITERATURA INGLESA II
14785
LITERATURA INGLESA III
14786
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA I. LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE LAS
IDENTIDADES LITERARIAS ESTADOUNIDENSES, 1600-1800
14787
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA II. EL "RENACIMIENTO"
AMERICANO, 1800-1865
14788
FONÉTICA INGLESA I
14789
FONÉTICA INGLESA II
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
14096
LENGUA INGLESA III
14790
ESTRUCTURAS SINTÁCTICAS DEL INGLÉS
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14791
SINTAXIS INGLESA I
14792
HISTORIA Y CULTURA DE LOS PAÍSES DE HABLA INGLESA I
14793
HISTORIA Y CULTURA DE LOS PAÍSES DE HABLA INGLESA II
14794
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA INGLESA I
14795
HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA INGLESA II
14796
LITERATURA INGLESA IV
14797
LITERATURA INGLESA V
14798
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA III. REALISMO Y
NATURALISMO EN LA LITERATURA ESTADOUNIDENSE: 18651910
14799
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA IV. MODERNIDAD Y
VANGUARDIAS EN LA LITERATURA ESTADOUNIDENSE: 19101929
14800
SEMÁNTICA INGLESA
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
14801
SINTAXIS INGLESA II
14802
LITERATURA INGLESA VI
14803
LITERATURA INGLESA VII
14804
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA V. LOS AÑOS 30:
LITERATURA SOCIAL Y POLÍTICA EN LOS EE.UU.
14805
LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA VI. INFORMALISMO Y
EXPERIMENTACIÓN EN LA LITERATURA
ESTADOUNIDENSE: 1945-1970
14806
PRAGMÁTICA INGLESA
14807
ANÁLISIS DEL DISCURSO EN LENGUA INGLESA
Optativas de segundo ciclo
Itinerario de Lingüística inglesa
Código
14810
14809
14812
Asignatura
LINGÜÍSTICA DIACRÓNICA INGLESA
LINGÜÍSTICA COMPARADA INGLÉS-ESPAÑOL
CURSOS MONOGRÁFICOS DE LINGÜÍSTICA INGLESA
Itinerario de Lingüística aplicada a la lengua inglesa, enseñanza y traducción
Código
Asignatura
14813
ADQUISICIÓN Y DESARROLLO DEL LENGUAJE EN LENGUA INGLESA
14814
METODOLOGÍA DE LA ENSEÑANZA DE LA LENGUA INGLESA
14815
TRADUCCIÓN ENTRE LAS LENGUAS INGLESA Y ESPAÑOLA I
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Itinerario de Literatura en lengua inglesa
Código
Asignatura
14818
LITERATURA INGLESA MEDIEVAL
14819
LITERATURAS POSTCOLONIALES EN LENGUA INGLESA
14820
ALTERNATIVAS AL CANON EN LAS LITERATURAS EN LENGUA INGLESA
14824
TEATRO DEL SIGLO XX EN LENGUA INGLESA
14823
POESÍA DEL SIGLO XX EN LENGUA INGLESA
14822
NARRATIVA DEL SIGLO XX EN LENGUA INGLESA
LINGÜÍSTICA APLICADA A LA ENSEÑANZA DEL INGLÉS II
APPLIED LINGUISTIC TO THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH
14814 (Second Semester) (Optative, Second Cycle)
Applied linguistics II is a course where the main goal is to introduce the student to the principles of
teaching English as a second language or a foreign language. This course aims to provide
students with knowledge and techniques that can help them in the process of teaching English.
Literatura Norteamericana IV
North American Literature IV: American Literary Modernism, 1910-1929
Curso 4
By the end of the semester students must know:
- General characteristics of the period with its historical and cultural contexts.
- The basic concepts of modernist literary innovations within the American literary tradition.
- The authors´ different proposal for a renovation of their literary language.
- The most relevant lines of the critical debate for the period.
Contents:
1. Imagism and the redefinition of the language of poetry:1910-1914 and
beyond. H.D.:”Heat”,”Oread” E. Pound: “Albatre”,”Fan-piece for her
Imperial Lord”, “In a Station of the Metro”, “Alba” W. C. Williams: “The
Young Housewife”, “Willow Poem”, “Portrait of a Lady”.
2. Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons: Crisis in the representation in the arts.
“Objects”
3. E. Hemingway’s Men Without Women: Redifining the short story.
4. The development of collage: Eliot’s The Waste Land & “Tradition and the
Individual Talent”, and the method of Pound’s Cantos. Cantos “I, XVII,
XLV”
5. F.S. Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby: Modernist narration.
6. “No ideas but in things”: The writing of W. C. Williams. “Spring and All”,
“The Red Wheelbarrow”, “This is Just to Say”, “A Sort of a Song”
7. Neo-Romantic Modernism: The poems of W. Stevens. “The Snow Man”,
“Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird”, “The Idea of Order at Key
West”, “Of Modern Poetry”
8. W. Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury: Foregrounding consciousness.
4Recommended Reading
Nina Baym et al. (eds.). 2007. The Norton Anthology of American literature,
Packet 2, 7th edition, volume D. W. W. Norton & Co: New York and
London.
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C.Baldick, 1998. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms
E. Hemingway. Men Without Women.
F.S. Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby.
W. Faulkner. The Sound and the Fury.
http://www.gutenberg.net/cgi-bin/search/t9.cgi#directions
LITERATURA INGLESA III
British Literature III
Curso 2
This is a survey course on the literature of the Victorian period:
By the end of the course students should be able to write an essay on texts in
the programme analysing their formal and stylistic features, identifying the
innovatory aspects and thematic concerns, and situating them in their
historical and cultural contexts.
Objectives in terms of learning outcomes:
I. To identify the formal and stylistic features of the texts.
II. To situate each work in its historical and cultural context.
Objectives in terms of competences:
I. To acquire and develop the techniques used in literary criticism: to be
able to analyse the form and language of a literary text.
II. To improve the skills to write essays and prepare oral presentations on
texts in the programme.
1.12. Contenidos del programa y lecturas obligatorias
/ Course contents and set readings
1. C. Dickens, Great Expectations. Romance and realism: the double plot
line. Irony. The dual role of the narrator. Serial publication.
Characterization.
2. Tennyson’s portrait of the artist: “The Lady of Shalott”. Style and
form.
3. Tennyson’s portrait of the artist: “The Lady of Shalott”. Style and
form.
4. The dramatic monologue: R. Browning’s “My Last Duchess”. Style and
form.
5. G. Eliot, Middlemarch. “A study in provincial life”: 1830 and the novel
as history. Plots and subplots. The narrator. The psychological novel
6. R.L. Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The motif
of the double. Narrators. The literature of fantasy
7. Later Victorian writing: C. Rossetti, D.G.Rossetti, E.B.Browning, G.M.
Hopkins, T. Hardy.
Lecturas Obligatorias / Reading List
1) C. Dickens, Great Expectations
2) Tennyson, “The Lady of Shalott”
3) R. Browning, “My Last Duchess”
4) G. Eliot, Middlemarch
5) R.L. Stevenson, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
4 de 6
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Guía Docente PROYECTO PILOTO ECTS LITERATURA INGLESA III
Asignatura: Literatura Inglesa III
Código: 14785
Grupos: 21, 22 y 26
Titulación: Filología Inglesa
Profesores: Daniel Essig, Charles Farrell y Pilar Somacarrera
Curso Académico: 2008-2009
6) C. Rossetti, “After Death”, “Song”
7) G.M. Hopkins, “The Windhover”
8) T. Hardy, “The Darkling Thrush”, “Hap”, “Neutral Tones”
9) E.B. Browning, “Sonnet 21” (Sonnets from the Portuguese)
10) D.G. Rossetti, “Nuptial Sleep”
1.13. Referencias de Consulta Básicas / Recommended
Reading.
Bratlinger, P. ed., A Companion to the Victorian Novel, 2002
Bristol, J., ed.,The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Poetry, 2000
David, D. ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Victorian Novel, 2001
Cronin, R., et al., A Companion to Victorian Poetry, 2001
Eagleton, T., The English Novel, 2005
LITERATURA INGLESA VII
English Literature VII
A) Development of skills.
1 - Conceptual skills:
The main aim of this course is the analysis of the linguistic, cultural and
historical contexts of the plays included in the program, as well as
outstanding productions of the same. Themes, conventions, art and
ideology of the Jacobean period will be studied.
2- Procedural skills:
Students will learn to analyse the linguistic and paralinguistic elements of
dramatic language: textual grammar and rhetorical devices, as well as
para-linguistic language: images, sounds, lighting, rhythm, movements,
gestures, costumes…etc. the latter basic elements to understand the
language not only of theatre, but of other audio-visual arts, like cinema,
television, radio, internet…etc. They will also learn to analyse theatre
performance, to relate form and content, theory and practice and to find
bibliography and other relevant material to write essays and other written
commentaries.
3- Attitudinal skill:
The art of theatre is a group activity in which other arts are involved,
therefore the students should learn to works in groups.
B) Learning outcomes.
By the end of the year students should be familiar with the linguistic
features and the dramatic conventions of Jacobean Drama. They should
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be able to write reviews and essays, following MLA instructions for
academic writing, on the different themes under study. They should
also learn how to produce an individual or collective theatre project on
acting, directing, production, creative writing, CD or video montage,
based on the plays under study.
1.12. Contenidos del Programa / Course Contents
* The following plays should be read by all students and will be studied in
class:
1- Introduction to Jacobean Drama: the Tragedy of State.
2- Analysing dramatic language and live and video productions.
3- Sex and Power: Macbeth.
4- Gender and the corruption of Power: The Duchess of Malfi.
5-Satirical comedy: Volpone
6- Aspects of linguistic colonization: The Tempest.
7- Practical project.
Students are expected to use annotated editions and to study the
introductions and footnotes.
1.13. Referencias de Consulta Básicas / Recommended
Reading.
*All students are required to read the following books:
- ARISTOTLE: Poetics
- HORACE: On the Art of Poetry
- Kermode, Frank: Shakespeare’s Language, Penguin, 2001.
- Lever J. D, The Tragedy of the State: A Study of Jacobean Drama.
- Greenblatt, Stephen, Learning to Course: Aspects
NARRATIVA DEL SIGLO XX EN LENGUA INGLESA: TRANSFORMACIONES SOCIALES Y
REPRESENTACIÓN
Social Transformations in Twentieth-Century British Fiction
1. Crisis and Revolution
Walter Greenwood, Love on the Dole (1933)
George Orwell, Coming Up for Air (193 9)
2. War and Reconstruction
"Cato", Guilty Men (1940)
I.B. Priestley, Daylight on Saturday (1943)
3. Welfare and Its Discontents
Sam Selvon, The Lonelv Londoners (1956)
Alan Sillitoe, Saturday Mght andSund1y Morning (1958) A `
Raymond Williams, Border Country (1960) `
Nell Dunn, Poor Cow (1967)
4. Beyond the ‘Post-war Consensus
Barry Hines, Looks and Smiles (1981)
Pat Barker, Union Street (1982) ·
HanifKureishi, The Buddha of Suburbia (1990)
Background Reading :
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Campbell, Beatrix, Wigan Pier Revisitea? Poverty and Politics in the 80s (1984)
Crosland, Anthony, The Future of Socialism (1956) ‘ .
Hall, Smart and Jacques, Martin (eds.), The Politics of Thatcherism (1983) 1
Hoggart, Richard, The Uses of Literacy (1957) 1
Orwell, George, The Road to mgmt Pier (1937)
Orwell, George, The Lion and the Unicorn: Socialism and the English Genius (1941)
Tiratsoo, Nick (ed.) From Blitz to Blair: A New History of Britain since 1939 (1997)
Williams, Raymond, Culture and Society, 1780-1950 (1958)
Williams, Raymond, Culture and Materialisnz (1980)
Films:
Alexander, Donald, Eastern Valley (1937)
Anderson, Max, Words and Actions (1943)
Frears, Stephen, My Beaun]ulLaunderetle (1985)
Grierson, Ruby, Today We Live (1937)
NARRATIVA INGLESA EN EL SIGLO XX
British Narrative in the 20th Century
Optativa de 1º ciclo
Social Transformations in 20th Century British Writing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
This course charts major structural and ideological changes in Britain's institutional and cultural life
from around the time of the 1926 General Strike to the year 2000. Literary artefacts and cultural
mindsets will be explored through the historical conjunctures which shaped them, with a specific
grounding in the political constellations of the century."
Modernism’s names and cities. Fin-de-siècle crisis and reconfiguration of the mapping of literary
genres. Great War and representational crisis. Reconfiguration of London as the ghostly metropolis of
Modernity. Specific configuration of the “ghosts” of modernity in Great Britain. The opening? of
insularity to continental and American –isms. Modernist resemantization of concepts such as
“melancholy” and “belatedness”. Problematizing subjectivity. Eliotian reconfigurations of tradition,
literary difficulty and literary and artistic autonomy. Dialectical version of the theory of avant-garde
movements (Poggioli versus Peter Burger). Impressionism and subjectivity of the first Modernist stage
articulated within the imperial and patriarchal discourse: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.
In the margins of the Great Tradition. Second objectual stage of British Modernism. The national and
the generic notion of “margin”.
“The Pity of War”: Selection of poems by Owen and Rosenberg.
Peripheral avant-garde and marginal Modernist discourse in James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Generic Modernist margin in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway.
The impact of war and the subsequent crisis of public discourse. Reformulation of the possibilities of
Realism after Modernism. Different literary answers to the politization of public discourses.
The 30s and Auden’s generation. Reading “Spain” and “The Age of Anxiety” by W. H. Auden.
Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin and George Orwell’s The Road to Wigan Pier.
Rejection of Modernism and return to “certain Social Realism tradition” in the 50s angry young men.
Viewing of the following films: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner and A Taste of Honey.
Stranger to Myself. Discursive and spatial alienations: Reading Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano.
“Exterminate all the brutes”. Imperial and postimperial discourse. Chinua Achebe’s answer to Joseph
Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.
The Empire answers, Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart.
Waiting for the Barbarians: Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians.
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6. Generic alternatives to imperial discourse. Gender wars: Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea.
Angela Carter’s Black Venus.
7. Contemporary nostalgia toward the Great Tradition.
The impossible pastoral: Graham Swift’s Waterland.
Assimilation of postcolonial discourse: Hanif Kureishi. My Beautiful Launderette’s filming journal and
script.
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LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA IV
North American Literature IV
14799 (3rd Year) (Second Cycle)
Course description:
This course focuses on a selection of the most radically innovative works produced in U.S.
writing from 1910-1929.
1.- Imagism and the redefinition of the language of poetry: 1910-1914 and beyond.
2.- Gertrude Stein. Crisis in the representation of the arts.
3.- The development of collage: Eliot´s The Waste Land and the method of Pound´s Cantos.
4.- “No ideas but in things”: The writing of W. C. Williams.
5.- Neo-Romantic Modernism: The poems of W. Stevens.
6.- F.S. Fitzgerald´s The Great Gatsby: Modernist narration.
7.- E. Hemingway: Redefining the short story.
8.- W. Faulkner´s The Sound and the Fury: Foregrounding consciousness.
C.M. TEATRO CONTEMPORÁNEO EN LENGUA INGLESA
CONTEMPORARY DRAMA IN ENGLISH
14824 (Second Semester: Spring) (Optative, Second Cycle)
BACKGROUND READING: Innes, Christopher: Modern British Drama 1890-1990.
A) PLAYS:
1.
John OSBORNE: Look Back in Anger.
2.
Samuel BECKETT: Waiting for Godot.
3.
Samuel BECKETT: Not I (Both plays by Beckett are in The Complete Dramatic Works)
4.
Harold PINTER: The Dumb Waiter.
5.
Edward BOND: Saved
6.
Tom STOPPARD: Rosencranzt and Guildenstern are Dead (Students should also be familiar
with Shakespeare´s Hamlet)
7.
Joe ORTON: Loot
8.
David HARE: Fanshen
9.
Caryl CHURCHILL: Top Girls.
STUDENT EVALUATION
Students can choose between three options:
1)
“Exam-only option”: a final exam consisting of two comparative essay questions to be answered
in three hours.
2)
“Papers-plus-exam option”. Students may write a 3000 word paper on a dramatist of their
choice, with the following restrictions:
a)
The object of study must be an English-language dramatist.
b)
The object of study must be a modern or contemporary dramatist (for our purposes, this means
fully active after 1956).
c)
The paper must make full reference to at least three different plays by the dramatist chosen.
d)
The exact title of the paper, clearly indicating the approach that is going to be taken, must be
given to Phillip Sutton for approval.
Students who present papers will only have to do one comparative essay question in the final exam, in
a time of one and a half hours.
3)
“Performance-plus-exam option”. Student may perform a scene from any of the plays on the
syllabus, or from any other contemporary English-language play (subject to prior approval in all
cases). There are two possibilities:
a)
A live performance.
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b)
A performance recorded on video. The minimum number of students necessary for a
performance project is one (if the text is a monologue), and the maximum number allowed in any
case is five.
There are two stipulations:
a)
Each individual student involved in a performance must also hand in approximately 250 words
describing how he or she prepared his or her text for performance.
b)
Every group that wants to do a performance must hand in a brief summary of their intentions.
The summary should include:
I)
The names of everyone in the group.
II) The author, play and exact scene chosen.
III) The type of project (live or video).
IV) Any other details about the production that need to be taken into account (particularly if a
group’s intentions are of an experimental nature).
Students who give a performance will only have to do one comparative essay question in the final
exam, in a time of one and a half hours.
LITERATURA INGLESA III
ENGLISH LITERATURE III
14785 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
1.- From Medieval to Renaissance: the late Middle English period and the rise of modern
individualism.
Texts: G. Chaucer: From The Canterbury Tales: “General Prologue” (N.A. 215-234), “The Pardoner´s
Prologue and Tale” (N.A. 281-295), “The tale of Sir Thopas”
W. Langland: From Piers Plowman: Passaus I (“The Field Full of Folk”)
R. Henryson: A fragment from The Testament of Criseyde
2.- The court, the courtier, patronage and developments in satire.
Texts: J. Skelton: a fragment from “The Bowge of Courte”
T. Wyatt: “Mine Own Johnn Poins”
T. Nashe: Dedicatory letters in The Unfortunate Traveller
T. Hoby: From the traslation of Castiglione´s Il libro del coregiano.
3.- The Petrarchan tradition in England.
Texts: Bernart de Ventandorn: “Lo gens tems de pascor”.
G. Chaucer: “Canticus Troilii”, Troilus and Criseyde
F. Petrarca
T. Wyatt
P. Sidney and W. Shakespeare.
4.- Renaissance poetics: pastoral and allegory.
5.- Elizabethan experiments in prose.
6.- From Renaissance to Baroque: “Carpe diem” and the new eroticism.
7.- Poetry and power: the baroque imagination: Donne, Herbert, Marvell, Milton.
LITERATURA INGLESA IV: SHAKESPEARE AND THE THEATRE OF HIS TIME
ENGLISH LITERATURE IV: SHAKESPEARE AND THE THEATRE OF HIS TIME
14796 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
This class is a complete study of Shakespeare as a literary and theatrical figure. We read a book
introducing Shakespeare, which sets the historical contexts and linguistic history as well. We
read 4 plays in class and have
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2 self-study texts. In class we study the plays a theatrical plays and literary texts extracting meaning,
metaphor, learning about rhetoric, irony and much more. We also try to study the language as an
actor to interpret movements for a performance. We have quizzes, a find exam, an in class
commentary exam, a presentation and extensive project.
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FRENCH STUDIES
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/filologiafrancesa.html
Licenciatura en Filología Francesa
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código Asignatura
14258 LENGUA FRANCESA I
14259 LENGUA FRANCESA II
14262 LITERATURA FRANCESA I
14263 LITERATURA FRANCESA II
14278 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA I
14281 ESTUDIOS PRÁCTICOS DE LENGUA
FRANCESA
14350 LENGUA ESPAÑOLA I
14353 LENGUA ESPAÑOLA II
14354 LINGÜÍSTICA GENERAL I
14355 LINGÜÍSTICA GENERAL II
14351 LATÍN I
14352 LATÍN II
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código Asignatura
10281 CIVILIZACIÓN FRANCESA
10292 FRANCÉS ANTIGUO
14260 LENGUA FRANCESA III
14261 LENGUA FRANCESA IV
14264 LITERATURA FRANCESA III
14265 LITERATURA FRANCESA IV
14266 TEORÍA DE LA LITERATURA I
14267 TEORÍA DE LA LITERATURA II
14279 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA II
14280 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA III
14351 LATÍN I
14352 LATÍN II
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Troncales y Obligatorias
Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código Asignatura
14268 LITERATURA FRANCESA V
14269 LITERATURA FRANCESA VI
14272 HISTORIA Y CULTURA FRANCESAS I
14273 HISTORIA Y CULTURA FRANCESAS II
14274 HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA FRANCESA I
14276 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA IV
14277 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA V
14282 LENGUA FRANCESA V
14283 LENGUA FRANCESA VI
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Curso
Código Asignatura
14270 LITERATURA FRANCESA VII
14271 LITERATURA FRANCESA VIII
14275 HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA FRANCESA
II
14284 LENGUA FRANCESA VII
14285 LENGUA FRANCESA VIII
14286 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA VI
14287 LINGÜÍSTICA FRANCESA VII
Optativas de segundo ciclo
Código Asignatura
12511 TRADUCCIÓN FRANCÉS ESPAÑOL I
12507 LITERATURA FRANCÓFONA III
(ÁFRICA)
12513
14081
PRODUCCIÓN DE TEXTOS DE FICCIÓN
EN FRANCÉS
ANÁLISIS LINGÜÍSTICO DE TEXTOS
FRANCESES
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CIVILIZACIÓN FRANCESA
French Civilization
10281 (Annual) (Classes in French) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Aspects of French contemporary civilization. Theory and Practice.
LENGUA FRANCESA I
French Language I
14258(Full year: Fall and Spring) (Classes in French) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Basic formation in the description of the French language.
LENGUA FRANCESA II
14259 French Language II(Full year: Fall and Spring) (Classes in French) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Theoretical description of French grammar. Oral and written comprehension.
LENGUA FRANCESA III
French Language III
14260 (Full year: Fall and Spring) (Classes in French) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Acquisition of techniques to improve oral expression. Analysis of linguistic and paralinguistic elements. Oral
synthesis.
LENGUA FRANCESA IV
French Language IV
14261 (Full year: Fall and Spring) (Classes in French) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Explanation of the oral comprehension process. Oral comprehension practice. Oral production. Work with
audio documents and press cuttings.
LITERATURA FRANCESA I
French Literature I
14262 (Full year: Fall and Spring) (Classes in French) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Historic and philological study of the main eras, trends, authors and works of French Literature:
French Literature from the 16th and 17th centuries (Renaissance, Baroque, Classic).
C.M. LITERATURA FRANCESA I
FRENCH LITERATURE I
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective, Second Semester)
Introduction to French Literature: from the Middle Age to the Contemporary Age.
1) The Middle Age. The great historical periods. The medieval man and his vision of the
world. The great periods of Medieval literature (of the epic of the courtesan novel).
2) The Renaissance. The historical and culture changes. The Renaissance man and his
humanistic ideal. The great literary periods of Renaissance France (16th century)
3) The Age of Classicism. Classicism and Baroque. Classic Humanism: the moral and
philosophical thought. The great literary periods of French Classicism (17th century).
4) The Century of Light. The historical and cultural changes. The man of the
Enlightenment: the thought of the Enlightenment. The literature and philosophical thought
of the Enlightenment (18th Century).
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5) Romanticism, Realism and Symbolism. The history. The Romantic Movement: the
great periods of Romanticism. Realism: from Romantic Realism to Naturalism.
Symbolism, Aestheticism and Decadence (19th century)
6) The Contemporary Age. The great historical periods and their literature: from “The
Belle Époque” to the First World War. The Inter-War period. From the Second World War
to May of 68. the end of the Century (20th Century).
Theme 1: Chrètien de Troyes, Perceval
Theme 2: Montaigne, Essays
Theme 3: Racine, Phèdre
Theme 4: Voltaire, Candide or The Optimist.
Theme 5: Balzac, Uncle Goriot
Theme 6: Camus, The Stranger
LITERATURA FRANCESA V
FRENCH LITERATURE V
14268 (First Semester: Fall) (3rd Year) (Second Cycle)
Prerequisites
Intermediate level in French recommended.
2 dIs attendance to class mandatory?
Inasmuch as class attendance forms part of the total work required of
students for credit, attendance will be considered obligatory in all but
exceptional cases. Such cases should be brought to the attention of the
professor at the beginning of the course
FacultyData
PATRICIA MARTÍNEZ
DEPARTAMENTO DE FILOLOGÍA FRANCESA
DESPACHO 304 MÓDULO II BIS
Telf. 91 497 86 59
[email protected]
Course Contents
0. Presentation of the course.
1. Introduction to the literature of the 18th century in France. Presentation of the historical, social and
cultural framework.
2. The literature and the project of the 18th century.
2.1. Literature and philosophical thought (1): the Illustration project. The philosophical spirit.
Philosophical currents. From rationalism to sensualism.
2.2. Literature and philosophical thought(2): the Illustration moral. Literature and the Utopia.
3. The evolution of the narrative in the 18th century: formal renovation and thematic. Narrative genres.
The “philosophical” novel.
4. Literary analysis of Candide ou L’Optimisme by Voltaire. The philosophical short story. Dynamic
structure and narrative. Thematic study: Utopia according to Voltaire.
5. Literary analysis of Les rêveries du promeneur solitaire by Rousseau
(Cinquième Rêverie). Autobiographical writing. Structure. Poetics of the ‘dreaming’: time, space and
the construction of the personal Utopia.
6. Literary analysis of Jacques le Fataliste et son maître by Denis Diderot. Structure. Narrators and
readers. Critique of the conventional novel. Thematic study: esthetic narrative of Diderot. The question
on the “fatalism”.
7. Literal analysis of Les liaisons dangereuses by Cloderlos Laclos. The sentimental novel as opposed
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to the libertine novel. Thematic study: reason and sentiment. Libertinage and the Rousseanian moral.
Mandatory Reading.
Voltaire, Candide
Rousseau, “Cinquième rêverie”, Les rêveries du promeneur solitaire.
Diderot, Jacques le Fataliste et son maître
Cloderlos Laclos, Les liaisons dangereuses
TEORÍA DE LA LITERATURA II
Theory of Literature II
Curso 2
14266 (Second Semester: Spring) (2nd Year) (First Cycle)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
1. Romantic Poetics.
2. Critrical Positivism.
3. The Immanentist Reaction: Russian formalism, literary specificity, Sklovski’s theories, literary language.
4. Literary Stylistics. The Spanish school: Dámaso Alonso and Amado Alonso.
5. The new North American critique.
6. French Structuralism.
7. The theories of reception and Deconstruction.
8. Fiction: the theory of the possible worlds.
9. Polysystem theories and the literary canon.
Readings:
Aguiar e Silva, V.M. de, Teoría da literatura, Coimbra, Almedina, 1990.
Albaladejo, T., Semántica de la narración: La ficción realista,
realista Madrid, Taurus, 1991.
Alonso, A., Poesía y estilo de Pablo Neruda, Madrid, Gredos, 1996.
Alonso, D., Poesía española, Madrid, Gredos.
Eagleton, T., Un introducción a la teoría literaria
literaria, México, F.C.E., 1993
Erlich, V., El formalismo ruso,, Barcelona, Seix Barral, 1974.
García Berrio, A., Significado actual del Formalismo Ruso, Barcelona, Planeta, 1973.
García Rodríguez, J., Los neoaristotélicos de Chicago: Poética e historia,
historia, Madrid, Arco Libros, 1996.
Gómez Alonso, J.C., Le estilística de Amado Alonso como una teoría del lenguaje literario, Murcia, Universidad de
Murcia, 2002.
Hernández Guerrero, J.A., Manual de teoría de la literatura, Sevilla, Algaida, 1996.
VV.AA., Análisis estructural del relato, Comunicaciones, 8, Buenoss Aires, Tiempo Contemporáneo, 1974.
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SPANISH STUDIES
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/filologiahispanica.html
Licenciatura en Filología Hispánica
SEGUNDO CURSO
17519
17520
17521
17522
17523
17524
17525
17526
17527
IMPLANTACIÓN: CURSO
2010/2011
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA: FONÉTICA Y FONOLOGÍA
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA: MORFOLOGÍA
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA MEDIEVAL
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL RENACIMIENTO Y BARROCO
(PROSA)
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA: GRAMÁTICA DE LA ORACIÓN SIMPLE
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA: HISTORIA DE LA LENGUA
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL RENACIMIENTO Y BARROCO
(POESÍA)
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL RENACIMIENTO Y BARROCO
(TEATRO)
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA DE LA COLONIA Y LA
INDEPENDENCIA
6
6
6
6
OB
OB
OB
OB
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
OB
OB
OB
2
2
2
6
OB
2
6
OB
2
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
11976
15389
15390
11974
15392
11977
15391
11975
15393
Asignatura
FONÉTICA HISTÓRICA DEL ESPAÑOL
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA VII
(Siglo XVIII, desde la Ilustración hasta el Neoclasicismo)
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA VIII
(Siglo XIX, Romanticismo y Realismo)
SINTAXIS DEL ESPAÑOL. CURSO SUPERIOR I
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA I
(Período colonial. Siglos XVI, XVII y XVIII)
MORFOLOGÍA Y SINTAXIS HISTÓRICAS DEL ESPAÑOL
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA IX
(Modernismo y 98)
SINTAXIS DEL ESPAÑOL. CURSO SUPERIOR II
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA II
(Siglo XIX)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
15394
EL ESPAÑOL EN AMÉRICA
15395
(Literatura Española de las Generaciones de 1914 y 1927, la Vanguardia y el compromiso
político de los exiliados)
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA X
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15396
15398
12027
2010
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA III
(Primera Mitad del Siglo XX)
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA XI
(Literatura Española de Postguerra)
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA IV
(Segunda Mitad del Siglo XX)
PRAGMÁTICA DEL ESPAÑOL
Optativas de segundo ciclo
Itinerario de Literatura
Código
Asignatura
15400
C.M. DE LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XVIII
15401
C.M. AUTORES Y MOVIMIENTOS LITERARIOS ESPAÑOLES DEL SIGLO XIX
15402
C.M. GÉNEROS DE LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XIX
15403
C.M. AUTORES Y MOVIMIENTOS DE LA LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XX
15405
C.M. ESCRITORES HISPANOAMERICANOS
15407
C.M. GÉNEROS LITERARIOS EN HISPANOAMÉRICA
Itinerario de Filología
Código
Asignatura
15409
SINTAXIS HISTÓRICA DEL ESPAÑOL. CURSO SUPERIOR
15411
C.M. VARIEDADES DEL ESPAÑOL
15412
C.M. DE LITERATURA MEDIEVAL ESPAÑOLA
15413
C.M. AUTORES Y MOVIMIENTOS LITERARIOS DEL SIGLO DE ORO ESPAÑOL
15414
C.M. GÉNEROS LITERARIOS DEL SIGLO DE ORO ESPAÑOL
Itinerario de Lengua
Código
Asignatura
11820
EL ESPAÑOL NORMATIVO
15416
C.M. GRAMÁTICA DEL ESPAÑOL
15421
C.M. SOBRE EL ESPAÑOL DESDE UNA PERSPECTIVA MULTIDISCIPLINAR
15418
EL ESPAÑOL COMO LENGUA EXTRANJERA. CONTENIDOS Y ACTIVIDADES
15420
C.M. LINGÜÍSTICA APLICADA DEL ESPAÑOL
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ESCRITORES HISPANOAMERICANOS (CURSO MONOGRÁFICO)
LATIN AMERICAN WRITERS: “THE LITERARY WORKS OF JORGE LUIS BORGES”
15405 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
1.- Jorge Luis Borges and the Avant-Gard Movements.
2.- Between the Creoles and the Universe: Thirty Years.
3.- The story of the Dectective and Fantastic Literature: Las Ficciones
4.- The Poetry of his Maturity
5.- His last stories.
6.- Borges´ significance in the context of Latin American Literature
BASIC BOOKLIST:
Jorge Luis Borges: Ficciones, El Aleph, El hacedor, El otro, el mismo
GÉNEROS LITERARARIOS DURANTE EL SIGLO XIX
Genres of Spanish Literature during the 19th Century
15402 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Type of class: Optional Subject
Hours per week: 3
Code: 15402
Professor: Luis Miguel VicenteSchedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 – 5pm
Location: Module IV, Classroom 103
Main Objective of Class: A critical understanding of the principal authors and genres of during the 19th century in Spanish
literature
The Student should be capable of: Studying two completely opposed movements in literature: Romanticism and
Naturalistic Realism, which will allow us a pendular vision with which to investigate thoroughly. This class will give
priority to the study of the selected authors and works about pre-determined generalized theory. The classifications and
labels will be studied and reviewed during class lectures.
Lecturing Language: Spanish
Compulsory Attendance: Yes, and is considered part of the final grade in this class.
Evaluation:
Determined by a two hour exam at the end of the semester, broken up into three parts:
1- Development of a topic (40%)
2- Short-answer questions (20%)
3- Commentary of a text (40%)
If time allows it, one could write a research paper, for 50% of the final grade.
I expect pulchritude in your writing on the exam, and orthographic errors and disorganized thoughts will be considered
while grading. Completing the readings throughout the semester is cruicial.
If you choose to do a research paper, it should be 10 pages, not counting the bibliography or the notes: cite your sources
properly, focus on your topic, research tools, etc.
Readings:
Bécquer, Poesía y Leyendas. (Alianza)
Rosalía de Castro, En las orillas del Sar (Libertarias )
Clarín, Pipa. ( Cátedra)
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Espronceda, El Diablo mundo. El estudiante de Salamanca. (Alianza)
Galdós, Nazarín. (Alianza)
Víctor Hugo, Manifiesto romántico. (Península)
Pardo Bazán, Un destripador de antaño y otros cuentos. (Alianza)
Other useful references:
Alas, L., «Clarín», Solos de Clarín, Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 1971.
Beser, S., Leopoldo Alas. Teoría y crítica de la novela espariola, Barcelona, Ediciones de Bolsillo/Laia, 1972.
Menéndez Pelayo, M., Estudios sobre la prosa del siglo XIX, Madrid, CSIC, 1961.
Montesinos, J. F., Galdós, I y II, Madrid, Castalia 1969.
----, Costumbrismo y novela. Ensayo sobre el resdescubrimiento de la realidad española, Madrid, Castalia, 1972.
Pardo Bazán, E., La cuestión palpitante, ed. de J. M. González Herrán, Barcelona, Anthropos, 1989.
Pérez Galdós, B., Ensayos de crítica literaria, ed. de L. Bonet, Barcelona, Península, 1972, pág. 122.
Realismo y naturalismo en España en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX, ed. Y. Lissorgues, Barcelona, Antrophos, 1988.
Tuñón de Lara, M., Medio siglo de cultura española, Madrid, Tecnos, 1970.
----, Estudios sobre el siglo XIX español, Madrid, Siglo XXI, 1971.
Wellek, R., Historia literaria. Problemas y conceptos, Barcelona, Laia, 1983.
Zola, É., La novela experimental y Nuevos estudios literarios, Madrid, La España Moderna, 1882.
----, El naturalismo, ed. L. Bonet, Barcelona, Península, 1972.
GÉNEROS LITERARIOS EN HISPANOAMÉRICA (CURSO MONOGRÁFICO) (Géneros del Siglo XX:
Narrativa Hispanoamericana Actual: 1980-2002)
Literary Genres in Latin America: Contemporary Latin American Narrative (Genres in the 20th Century: Current
Latin American Narrative: 1980-2002)
15407(First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Lesson 1: The Imposition of a Model: The “Macondo” Universe
- Gabriel García Marqués, Cien Años de Soledad
Lesson 2: The Death of the Grandfather
-Edmundo Paz Soldán, La Materia del Deseo
Lesson 3: The New Classics
-Ricardo Piglia, Respiración Artificial
-Roberto Bolaño, Estrella Distante
Lesson 4: Genre and Narrative: New Directions
-Pedro Lemebel, Tengo Miedo Torero
Lesson 5: Massmedia, Cyberspace and Virtual Geographies
-Rafael Courtoisie, Tajos, Rodrigo Fresán y Naief Yehya; short histories
Lesson 6: Identity as Fiction
Álvaro Enrigue, El Cementerio de Sillas
Bibliography
Aínsa, Fernando, Identidad Cultural de Iberoamérica, Madrid, Gredos, 1986.
Becerra, Eduardo, La Narrativa Comtemporanea: Sueño y Despertar en América, Madrid, Universitas, 1995 (pp.
281-400).
Fernández, Teodosio, Sobre Última Narrativa Hispano Americana: Una Aproximación Provisional, Murcia,
Universidad de Murcia, 1992, (pp. 163-166).
Fuentes, Carlos, La Nueva Novela Hispanoamericana, México, Joaquín Mortiz, 1969.
Mudrovic, María Eugenia, En Busca de dos Décadas Perdidas: La Novela Latino Americana de los 70 y 80,
Revista Ibero Americana, 2000 (pp. 168-169, 445-469).
Rana, Ángel, Más Allá de “Boom” Literatura y Mercado, México, Marcha, 1981.
Rufinelli, Jorge, Los 80 ¿Ingreso en Posmodernidad?, Nuevo Texto Crítico, 3, 6, 1990, pp. 31-42.
Sklodowska, Elizabieta, La Parodia en la Novela Hispano Americana, Ámsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamín
Publishing Company, 1985.
Tovar, Paco, Narrativa y Poesía Hispanoamericana, Lleida, Universitat de Lleida, 1996.
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GRANDES NOVELISTAS DEL SIGLO XIX
The great Spanish Novelists of the 19th Century
15402 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
History and society in 19th Century in Spain.
Theories about realism. Panorama of Spanish realism.
La Regenta by Clarín and Fortunata y Jacinta by Pérez Galdós.
Evaluation: 2 written exams
Bibliography:
Francisco Rico: HCLE Volumen V, VI (Barcelona, Crítica, 1979, 1982.
Julio Rodríguez Púertolas (coord.), HSLE. Vol. II (Madrid, Akal, 2000)
José Simón Díaz: Manual of the Spanish Literature, Bibliography (Madrid, Gredos, 1980)
María del Carmen Simón Palmer: Biography of Spanish Literature since 1980 (Madrid,
Chadwyk-Healey, 1998) (CD Rom, Internet)
AUTORES Y MOVIMIENTOS LITERARIOS ESPAÑOLES EN EL SIGLO XX
Spanish Authors and Literary Movements in the 20th century: The woman writer in Spain from
1945
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Course /Second Cycle), Elective Class.
Principal goal: The student should be able to analyze the characteristics of continuity and rupture in the
literature written by women in post-civil war Spain in relation to the literature’s historical context,
aesthetic, ideology and implications of gender.
Syllabus:
1. Spanish narrative of the post-war period. Rupture of the rhetoric of the “rose” novel: Carmen
Laforet. The results of the Spanish civil war as seen via the diary of a vulnerable adolescent:
Nada (1945)
2. Neorealism in the 1950s. A narration about behavior in a time of silence: Entre visillos (1958)
by Carmen Martín Gaite.
3. The rescuing of time as a literary project/goal: the narrative of the transition to democracy
(post-Franco). El cuarto de atrás (1978) de Carmen Martín Gaite. Examining recollections
about the sentimental education of women during the post-war period.
4. The incorporation of women into literature after 1975, as representative of her incorporation in
other public spheres. Representation of the difference: myth and liberty in El mismo mar de
todos los veranos (1987) de Esther Tusquets.
5. Different kinds of writing: Stories by Carmen Riera, Cristina Fernández Cubas and Almudena
Grandes, the poetry of Ana Rosetti, and the theatre of Paloma Pedrero. Spanish literature
written by women between 1980-2000.
Methodology:
The course will pay particular attention to the analysis of texts within their historical contexts. For this
reason it is obligatory that the students come to class having read the books so that they will be able to
discuss and analyze in class. The professor will encourage participation by the students during class
discussions in order to make the classroom a space in which it is possible to exchange opinions and
formulate questions.
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Evaluation:
1. There will be a final exam that will count for 80% of the final grade. The professor will
describe the format of the exam halfway through the course.
2. There will be a paper about an author and work that were no commented on in class. The paper
will be worth 20% of the final grade. The professor will suggest titles and authors.
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA II (Siglo XIX-XX)
Latin American Literature II (19th-20th Century)
( Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the Latin American Literature during the 19th century.
Required readings : José Marmol : Amalia ; Jorge Isaacs : María ; José Hernández : Martín Fierro ;
José Asunción Silva : De sobremesa ; Octavio Paz : Los hijos del limo ; Reinaldo Arenas : El mundo
alucinante.
Theme 1 : The 19th Century, an era of crisis. The causes of emancipation.
Theme 2 : Genesis and evolution of the novel.
Theme 3 : Poetic manifestations.
Theme 4 : Symptoms of the end of the century crisis. Modernism.
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LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA I (Movimientos, autores y obras de la literatura
medieval española hasta final del Siglo XIV)
Spanish Literature I (Movements, writers and works of the Spanish Medieval
literature until the 14th Century)
11810 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Historic and philological study of principal stages, movements and writers of Spanish
literature. 14TH century: The lyric: las Jarchas. The epic: Poema del Cid, The theatre:
Auto de los Reyes Magos, El Mester de clerecía: Berco, Juan Ruiz, Canciller Ayala, The
prose: El Conde Lucanor.
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA II (Estudio de la Literatura Medieval: Siglo XV)
Spanish Literature II
11815 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Poetry of the Bard. Satirical and Religious Poetry. The Marques of Santillana. Juan de
Mena. Jorge Manrique. The Romance. Prehumanistic poetry. Principal prose writers of the
15th century. Books of “Caballería”. Sentimental books. Theater of the 15th century. La
Celestina.
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA III (Poesía y Teatro Español del Siglo XVI)
Spanish Literature III (Poetry and Theatre in the 16th Century)
15385 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Historic and philological study about principal stages, movements and writers of Spanish
literature.
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA IV (Otros Géneros Literarios del Siglo XVI)
Spanish Literature IV (Other Literary Genres in the 16th Century)
15387 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
(First semester: Fall)
(Third Year Level) (Second Cycle) Spanish Literature IV
(Prof. José Teruel)
Themes covered in this class:
1.- Construction of the Spanish Renaissance:
- factors relating to mainland Spain.
- Factors relating to places outside of Spain.
- Nationalization of literary genres.
- Humanism.
2.- The Erasmus movement in Spain.
3.- Critical reading of Alfonso de Valdés Diálogo de Mercurio y Catón (1528-1529)
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4.- Variations within fiction.
- A study of cavalry books “libros de caballerías”, adventures of pilgrims and Moorish
novels.
- A study of Renaissance dialogues, autobiographies and narrative novels of the Golden
Age in Spain.
5.- Critical reading of Francisco Delicado´s Retrato de la Lozana Andaluza, 1528.
6.- Critical reading of La vida del Lazarillo de Tormes (1554)
7.- Critical reading of the autobiography of Santa Teresa de Jesús in the book Libro de la
vida (1562).8.- Moorish novel, critical reading of El Abencerraje (1562).
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA IX (Modernismo y 98)
Spanish Literature IX (Modernims and ´98)
15391 (Second Semester: Spring 07) Third year
Prof.: José Teruel
Principal objective
Beyond the Manichean distinctions between modernist and generation ’98, the present
course tries to frame the reading of the end of the 19th century in a more comprehensive
intellectual context: the Spanish form of a universal crisis of values. The war of Cuba and
its political-ideological consequences do permit to explain the literature of the moment, the
men of the Disaster of ’98 are sons of a disaster much more universal than the Cuban
crisis: the crack of the positivist dome and the European crisis of 19th century liberalism.
For that reason we will analyze the literary production of a group of writers that, in the
change of the century, were capable of embodying the splendour of the modernity with a
radically pessimistic attitude of the capacity of the Spanish town to get out of the lethargy.
We will pay special attention to the first proposal across/through the crisis of traditional
genres and the search for a new, expressive language.
Themes
1.-Introduction to the historical concepts of modernism and Generation ‘98
2- Introduction of new literary tendencies of 1902
3.-The first poetry of Antonio Machado
4.-The novelist Unamuno
5.- Trajectory of Valle-Inclán
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA IX (MODERNISMO Y 98)
Spanish Literature IX (Modernism and Generation of ´98)
Curso 3
GENERAL SYLLABUS
Literature studied:
La voluntad, por José Ruiz Martínez
El árbol de la ciencia, por Pío Baroja
San Manuel Bueno, mártir, por Miguel Unamuno
Martes de Carnaval, por Valle-Inclan
Antología poética, por Miguel Unamuno
Poesías completas, por Antonio Machado
Don Quijote, Don Juan y la Cestina, por Maeztu
Method of evaluation: Written exam on all historical and textual information covered in class.
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA X (Literatura Española de las Generaciones de 1914 y 1927, La
Vanguardia y el compromiso político, los exiliados)
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Spanish Literature X (The Generation of ´14, the Generation of ´27, Vanguardism and Political
Commitment)
15395 First Semester: Fall
Prof. Julio Rodríguez Puértolas
1.- History and Society
Monarchy in crisis; Republic; Europe
2.- The “ism”: e.g. cubism, futurism, surrealism, fascism, etc
3.- The Generation of ´14: Authors: Juan Ramón Jiménez, Gabriel Miró, Gregorio Marallón, Américo
Castro, other essayists / novelists.
4.- The generation of ´27
a.- Republican poets
b.- Vanguardism, modernism. E.g. Buñuel, García Lorca, Luis Cernuda, Rafael Alberti, Ramón J.
Sénder, Miguel Hernández.
LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XX
SPANISH LITERATURE OF THE 20TH CENTURY
15403 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
English Romanticism and the technique of the dramatic monologue in Spanish poetry in the 20th
century.
1.- Poetry of Luis Cernuda and “History of a book”.
2.- The poetry of Jaime Gil de Biedma and Biography of an artist in 1956.
2)The Spanish narrative written by women from postwar until the present.
3.- The rupture of the rhetoric of the rose novel: the effects of the war through the diary of a
strange girl. Nada de Carmen Laforet.
4.- Strategies of memory in order to save a forgotten block of time: the education of a
women during postwar times or The Back Room by Carmen Martín Gaite.
5.- The narrative of a women after the death of Franco, as a symptom of her incorporation to
other spheres of public life: “I hand you, love, the sea as an offering” by Carme Riera.
3) The lastest tendencies of Spanish Theater.
4) Paloma Pedrero: Night Games. New Plays in one act.
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LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA I (Período Colonial, Siglos XVI, XVII y
XVIII)
Latin American Literature I (Colonial Period, 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries)
15392 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Authors, literary works and main concepts of Spanish American literature.
- The Prehispanic epoch. Mestizaje (the mix of Native American and Spanish) and
Transculturation.
- Literary values of the native Indian tradition.
- Epic versions for the New World.
- Orientations of the American Baroque.
- Formats of the mestizo (Spanish and Native American) theater. Making of new ideals :
the Enlightened thinking.
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA II (Siglo XIX)
Latin American Literature II (19th Century)
15393 ( Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the Latin American Literature during the 19th century.
Required readings : José Marmol : Amalia ; Jorge Isaacs : María ; José Hernández : Martín
Fierro ; José Asunción Silva : De sobremesa ; Octavio Paz : Los hijos del limo ; Reinaldo
Arenas : El mundo alucinante.
Lesson 1 : The 19th Century, an era of crisis. The causes of emancipation.
Lesson 2 : Genesis and evolution of the novel.
Lesson 3 : Poetic manifestations.
Lesson 4 : Symptoms of the end of the century crisis. Modernism.
LITERATURA HISPANOAMERICANA IV (SEGUNDA MITAD DEL SIGLO XX)
LATIN-AMERICAN LITERATURE IV (Second Half of the 20th Century)
Curso 4
15398 ( Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Nº horas por semana / Number of hours per week
3
Código/Code
15398
Profesor/ Professor
SELENA MILLARES (grupo 41)
Objetivo principal: Main goal of the Course
Que el estudiante adquiera un conocimiento básico de la literatura hispanoamericana de la segunda mitad del siglo XX.
The main objective of the course is for the student to acquire a basic understanding of Latin American Literature in the
second half of the XX century.
Lesson 1: Preludes of the new narrative
TEMA 1: Preludios de la nueva narrativa
Lectura: Readings
Juan Rulfo, Pedro Páramo
Lesson 2: The new Latin American Novel
TEMA 2: La nueva novela hispanoamericana
Lecturas: Readings
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Julio Cortázar, Las armas secretas
*Gabriel García Márquez, Cien años de soledad
*José Donoso, El lugar sin límites
Lesson 3: From the Boom to the Post-Boom
TEMA 3: Del boom al postboom
Lecturas: Readings
*Reinaldo Arenas, El mundo alucinante
*Ángeles Mastretta, Arráncame la vida
Lesson 4: Poetry of the post-vanguard
TEMA 4: Poesía de postvanguardia
Lectura: Readings
Octavio Paz, Libertad bajo palabra
Lesson 5: Directions of the latest poetry
TEMA 5: Direcciones de la poesía última
Lectura: Readings
Nicanor Parra, Poemas para combatir la calvicie
Lesson 6: From the epic theater to the absurd. Latest Proposals
TEMA 6: Del teatro épico al absurdo. Últimas propuestas
Lecturas: Readings
*José Triana, La noche de los asesinos
*Egon Wolff, Los invasores
*[Elegir una de las lecturas señaladas con asterisco] / Choose one of the readings with the star symbol
Evaluación: Evaluation
Examen escrito obligatorio. Trabajo opcional.
Written Exam. Opcional Project.
Bibliografía básica recomendada: Recommended Bibliography
FERNÁNDEZ, Teodosio, Selena MILLARES y Eduardo BECERRA, Historia de la literatura hispanoamericana,
Madrid, Universitas, 1995.
GOIC, Cedomil (coord.), Historia y crítica de la literatura hispanoamericana, vol. 3, Barcelona, Crítica, 1991.
OVIEDO, José Miguel, Historia de la literatura hispanoamericana, vol. 4, Madrid, Alianza, 1998.
Bibliografía complementaria: Other useful references
NARRATIVA: NARRATIVE
KLAHN, N. y W. H. Corral (coord.), Los novelistas como críticos, 2 vols., México, FCE, 1991.
ROY, J. et al., Narrativa y crítica de nuestra América, Madrid, Castalia, 1978.
SHAW, D., Nueva narrativa hispanoamericana, Madrid, Cátedra, 1992.
VILLANUEVA, D. y J. M. Viña, Trayectoria de la novela hispano-americana actual, Madrid, Espasa Calpe, 1991.
POESÍA: POETRY
ORTEGA, Julio, Figuración de la persona, Barcelona, Edhasa, 1971: 219-234.
YURKIEVICH, Saúl, Fundadores de la nueva poesía latinoamericana, Barcelona, Ariel, 1984: 261-296.
DEBICKI, Andrew, Poetas hispanoamericanos contemporáneos, Madrid, Gredos, 1976:159-190.
SUCRE, Guillermo, “El antiverbo y la verba”, La máscara y la transparencia, México, FCE, 1985: 264-277.
BENEDETTI, Mario, Los poetas comunicantes, México, Marcha, 1981.
TEATRO: THEATER
SOLORZANO, Carlos, El teatro latinoamericano en el siglo XX, México, Pormaca, 1964.
VV.AA., Escenarios de dos mundos. Inventario teatral de Iberoamérica, 4 vols., Madrid, Centro de Documentación
Teatral, 1989.
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Literatura Hispanoamericana IV
Hispanoamerican literature IV
Senior year course
Prerequisites: to know how to write correctly in spanish. Fluidity in
the domination of the spanish language and a certain knowledge of the
literary spanish translation
Course contents:
Theme 1: Prelude to the new narrative
-Readings: Juan Rulfo, "Pedro Paramo"
Theme 2: The new hispanoamerican novel
Readings: Julio Cortazar, seleccion de cuentos
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, "Cien anos de soledad"
Carlos Fuentes, "La muerte de Artemio Cruz"
Theme: From "boom to bostpoom"
Readings: Reinaldo Arenas, "El mundo alucinante", Manuel Puig, "El
beso de la mujer anana"
Angeles Mastretta, "Arrancame la vida" and "Mujeres de ojos grandes"
Theme 4: Poems of postvanguardia
Octavio Paz, "Libertad bajo palabra"
Theme 5: Directions of the ultimate poetry
Readings: Nicanor Parra, "Poemas para combatir la calvicie"
Theme 6: From epic theatre to the absurd. Final propositions
Jose Triana, "La noche de los asesinos"
Egon Wolff, "Los invasores"
TEACHING METHODS:
Commentaries of the texts and teaching classes and group activity
120 hours estimated work load
Asessment methods and percentage in the final marks:
Final written exam 100% of the grade. Optional paper to raise the grade.
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NARRATIVA HISPANOAMERICANA DEL SIGLO XX
Latin American Narrative of the 20th Century
15398 ( Second Semester: Spring) ) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
The modernist narrative to the modern narrative. The regionalist narrative. Process of the
renovation of narration. From “marvelous realism” to “magic realism”. The novel and the
Fantastic story. The existential narrative of the Río del Plata. Turning to the “boom” and its
consequences. The latest trends.
NOVELA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XIX
19th Century Spanish Novels
15401 ( Second Semester: Spring) ) (Optative, First Cycle)
Study of the 19th century narrative technique and analysis of some representative novels.
Themes:
1.- Introduction to the 19th century Spanish novel: novels that demonstrate bourgeoisie
ideology.
2.- The Pre-Realist Novel: EL caballero de las botas azules (1867), de Rosalía de
Castro.
3.- The novelists of 1868.
4.- the Realist novel: Doña perfecta (1876) by Benito Pérez Galdós.
5.- The decade of the 80´s and the naturalist novel.
5.1.- La Regenta (1885) by Leopoldo Alas Clarín.
5.2.- Los Pazos de Ulloa (1886) by Emilia Pardo Bazán.
6.- The spiritual realism and the discovery of Tolstoy: Nazarín (1895) or Misericordia
(1897) by Benito Pérez Galdós.
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LINGUISTICS
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
12823
FONÉTICA Y FONOLOGÍA GENERALES
12825
LÓGICA Y FILOSOFÍA DEL LENGUAJE
LE
12841
SOCIOLINGÜÍSTICA
12824
MORFOLOGÍA GENERAL
12839
LINGÜÍSTICA HISTÓRICA Y COMPARADA
12840
LINGÜÍSTICA APLICADA
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4
4ºº Curso
Código
Asignatura
12855
SINTAXIS
SINTAX
GENERAL
12856
PRAGMÁTICA
12860
TEORÍA DEL LENGUAJE LITERARIO
12858
SEMÁNTICA
12859
LINGÜÍSTICA COMPUTACIONAL
12857
PSICOLINGÜÍSTICA
Optativas de segundo ciclo
Itinerario de Literatura
Código
Asignatura
12090
LINGÜÍSTICA INDOEUROPEA I
12098
LINGÜÍSTICA INDOEUROPEA II
12886
SEMINARIO DE METODOLOGÍA LINGÜÍSTICA I
15404
SEMINARIO DE METODOLOGÍA LINGÜÍSTICA IV
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GEOGRAFÍA
GEOGRAPHY:
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/geografia.html
Licenciatura en Geografía
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/nuevos_grados/GeografiayOrdenaciondelTerritorio/GuiasDocentesGYOT.html
SEGUNDO CURSO IMPLANTACIÓN: CURSO 2010/2011
17716 EL RELIEVE TERRESTRE: FORMAS Y PROCESOS 6 OB 1
17717 BIOGEOGRAFÍA 6 OB 2
17718 CLIMATOLOGÍA GENERAL 6 OB 1
17719 GEOGRAFÍA DE LA POBLACIÓN 6 OB 1
17720 ESPACIOS RURALES Y URBANOS 6 OB 2
17721 GEOGRAFÍA DE EUROPA 6 OB 2
17722 GEOGRAFÍA DE ESPAÑA 6 OB 1
17723 CARTOGRAFÍA 6 OB 1
17724 SISTEMAS DE INFORMACIÓN GEOGRÁFICA 6 OB 2
17725 FUNDAMENTOS DE ORDENACIÓN DEL TERRITORIO 6 OB 2
Optativas de 1er Ciclo
Código
Asignatura
11740
GEOGRAFÍA POLÍTICA Y DE LA ADMINISTRACIÓN
11868
GEOMORFOLOGÍA CLIMÁTICA
11869
CLIMATOLOGÍA DINÁMICA
11881
EL MUNDO RURAL ESPAÑOL
11892
GEOGRAFÍA DEL TURISMO, DEL OCIO Y DE LA RECREACIÓN
14716
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO SOBRE GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL
11883
GEOGRAFÍA INDUSTRIAL DE ESPAÑA
11739
HIDROGEOGRAFÍA
Troncales
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
14714
ORDENACIÓN DEL TERRITORIO
11846
GEOGRAFÍA FÍSICA APLICADA I
11852
TEORÍA Y MÉTODOS DE LA GEOGRAFÍA I
11859
GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL DE ESPAÑA
11858
GEOGRAFÍA DE IBEROAMÉRICA
11862
BIOGEOGRAFÍA II. GEOECOLOGÍA
11863
GEOGRAFÍA SOCIAL Y CULTURAL
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Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11847
GEOGRAFÍA FÍSICA APLICADA II
11848
GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA APLICADA I
11849
GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA APLICADA II
11853
TEORÍA Y MÉTODOS DE LA GEOGRAFÍA II
11857
ORDENACIÓN REGIONAL Y COMARCAL
11860
GEOGRAFÍA DE MADRID
11861
GEOMORFOLOGÍA DINÁMICA
14715
LA CIUDAD Y LA URBANIZACIÓN EN EL MUNDO ACTUAL
Optativas de 2º Ciclo
Código Asignatura
11882
LAS CIUDADES ESPAÑOLAS
11888
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO SOBRE GEOMORFOLOGÍA
11889
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO SOBRE CLIMATOLOGÍA
11897
FOTOINTERPRETACIÓN Y TELEDETECCIÓN
14719
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO SOBRE GEOGRAFÍA CULTURAL E HISTÓRICA
14721
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO SOBRE GEOGRAFÍA DE IBEROAMÉRICA
14720
CURSO MONOGRÁFICO AVANZADO SOBRE GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA
14718
GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL DEL TURISMO
14723
TECNOLOGÍAS DE LA INFORMACIÓN GEOGRÁFICA
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BIOGEOGRAFÍA I
Biogeography I: General biogeography
11737 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the fundamentals of biogeographic science. Analysis of biocenosis and their
relations with the environment. Geographic properties and characteristics of soils. The
great biomes.
BIOGEOGRAFÍA II
Biogeography II
11862 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about biologic corology; colonization and occupation of territorial and sea habitats.
Biogeographic theories.
CLIMATOLOGÍA DINÁMICA
Dynamic Climatology
The goals of the course are to have a knowledge of the evolution of research in climatology and the
different concept of weather throughout history. Also to know and analyze the fundamentals of the
general circulation of atmosphere in different latitudes and its relationship with different weather
conditions. The students will use audiovisual materials to help them get a better grasp of the dynamics
of the atmosphere, the vertical displacement of the masses of air, the adiabatic processes and gradients
in the atmosphere. Students will also study the weather conditions from the analysis of the synoptic
charts of meteorological bulletins and the study of the air masses in height.
They will be asked to identify and interpret synoptic charts of shown height and surface in
meteorological bulletins. A well as to interpret the diagram of Stüve for different air masses and
calculate its lapse rates to determine its atmospheric stability or instability. And finally, to apply
quantitative technics to study variables in the atmosphere.
CLIMATOLOGÍA DINÁMICA
Dynamic Climatology
Optional first level course, second year, second semester
Number of credits allocated 4.8 ECTS, 6 UAM
Prerequisites: Knowledge in basic climate course
Mandatory class attendence.
Facts about the professor: Rosa Cañada Torrecilla, Titled professor of physical geography
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Objectives of the Course:
The goals of the course are to have a knowledge of the evolution of research in climatology and
the different concept of weather throughout history. Also to know and analyze the fundamentals
of the general circulation of atmosphere in different latitudes and its relationship with different
weather conditions. The students will use audiovisual materials to help them get a better grasp
of the dynamics of the atmosphere, the vertical displacement of the masses of air, the adiabatic
processes and gradients in the atmosphere. Students will also study the weather conditions from
the analysis of the synoptic charts of meteorological bulletins and the study of the air masses in
height.
They will be asked to identify and interpret synoptic charts of shown height and surface in
meteorological bulletins. A well as to interpret the diagram of Stüve for different air masses and
calculate its lapse rates to determine its atmospheric stability or instability. And finally, to apply
quantitative technics to study variables in the atmosphere.
Content Knowledge:
Learn about the evolution of research in Climatology and of the change of the concepts of
weather and climate throughout history to show the basic methodologies of research in dynamic
climatology.
Learn and analyze the fundamentals of the general atmospheric circulation on the different
latitudes and their relationship with different types of weather.
Utilization of audiovisual material that helps the student in their comprehension and
assimilation of the contents of the dynamic atmosphere.
Study the laws that structure the vertical displacement of the air masses, the processes and
adiabatic gradients in the atmosphere.
Study the state of the weather our of an analysis of the synoptic maps from the meteorological
bulletins and the study of the masses of air of middle height from the facts of the atmospheric
polls.
Acquisition of skills and competencies:
Indentify and interpret the different types of weather from the analysis of synoptic maps of
altitude and surface shown in meteorological bulletins.
Create and interpret the Stüve diagram for different masses of air calculating their vertical
thermal gradients to determine their atmospheric stability or instability.
Learn and assimilate quantitative techniques applied to the study of variables that characterize
atmospheric weather.
Create classification objectives for the types of weather, the application of quantitative
techniques appropriately implemented in the SPSS statisical packet.
Acquire training in the synoptic analysis of weather and its realtion to geographic factors.
Course Contents:
Theme 1
Introduction
Historical evolution of the knowledge of the atmosphere and of atmospheric weather.
Theme 2
Global Wind System
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Models of Circulation, unicellular and tricullular. Pressure and winds on the surface. The jet
streams. Interactions between the atmosphere and the ocean. Global models of wind and
currents over the surface of the ocean.
Theme 3
Air masses and fronts
Definition and classification of air masses. General characteristics of the fronts. Types of fronts,
hot, cold and occluded.
Theme 4
The circulation in the middle and high latitudes
Storm wave theory, the polar front. Development of storms. Cyclogenesis. Blockage situations
and cold drops. Development of storms in the southern hemisphere.
Theme 5
Dynamic atmosphere in intertropical latitudes
Subtropical Hurricanes. The intertropical convergence zone. Rainfall mechanisms in the
intertropical environment. Tropical cyclones. Eastern waves. Monozone circulation. El Niño and
southern oscilation.
Theme 6
Synoptic Analysis of the weather and its interpretation
Transmission of the observations relative to weather. Analysis of the weather map. Weather
prediction.
Recommended Reading
see bibliography on original copy
Teaching methods
The didactic action of developing pricipally through theory based classes, practical classes,
seminars and other complementary activities.
1. The theory based class consists of the exposition throughout the course of the different
thematic blocks of the class. This exposition is created through a scheme with graphic material
support with Powerpoint.
2. The practical class is the necessary complement to the theory class. There is a double finality,
one part familiarizing the student with the methods and techniques usually used in climatology,
and the other part serving a base of knowledge closer to reality through synoptic maps.
3. Complementary seminars to teaching activity, to realize current themes: climate change, study
of extreme climate phenomena, floods, heat waves, freezes, etc.
4. Individual essays that consist in the creation of a classification of the types of weather of the
last meteorological year, where the students demonstrate the learnings througout the course
about the dynamic atmosphere, stability and instability of air masses, and through this use
techniques of statistics and informational programs.
5. Teaching on the internet. All the material of the class with be available on the professors
page. The schemes of each unit, the graphic material and the biliography. Through this page the
interaction with be continued with the student, for which the virtual tutorials will play an
important role.
6. Through the tutorials the professor notes the level of learning of the student and monitors the
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development of the essays of the course.
Assessment Methods and Percentage in the final marks
1. Assessment procedures: the procedure of evaluation will be the result of attendence to the
theory based classes, evaluation of the practicals of the class, the individual essays and the
theory-practice exam at the end of the semester.
2. Distribution of the final grade among the different activities and in relation to the amount of
work the student has to do for the course, expressed in percentages:
Attendence to theory sessions: 5%
Attendence to practical sessions: 5%
Evaluation of the individual essay: 50%
Theory-practice exam: 40%
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
14713 (Annual) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study about problems and questions in EC. Geographic consequences in regions.
FUNDAMENTOS EN CLIMATOLOGÍA
Fundamentals of Climatology
Profa. Encarna Galán Gallego
11733 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year)
Aims of the course
The main goal is to become familiar with the characteristics and mechanisms of the climatic system,
whose function determines the organization of the climates of the Planet. In accordance with this,
basically, three main processes will be analyzed: 1) Balance of heat on the Planet: heat and
temperature, 2) Balance of water: humidity and precipitations, 3) Atmospheric movement: the general
atmospheric circulation.
Specific goals:
A) Acquisition of knowledge about:
• Fundamental concepts of the climate
• The role of the climate as a factor and element of the natural environment
• The interactions between the different components of the climatic system and the
consequences of these same components in the configuration of the climatic mosaic
of the globe
• Elements that define the climate and the factors the determine it
• The most distinctive features of the climatic elements
• The most significant characteristics of the central component of the climatic system
(atmosphere)
• Balance of energy on the planet. Knowledge of this constitutes one of the
fundamental keys to understanding the organization of the climates on the planet.
Plus it permits us to explain and understand the mechanisms that regulate the
distribution of the energy fundamental to the system and one of the principal
elements of the climate like the temperatures.
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Balance of water on the planet: atmospheric humidity and precipitations. Water
constitutes a basic element of the climate by its fundamental role in the energetic
cycle and as the principle element responsible for weather changes in the different
climatic regions.
Mechanisms and consequences of the vertical and horizontal movement of air.
B) Acquisition of competence and skills
• Graphic representation of the temporal and special variability of the climatic
elements
• Management and interpretation of climatic cartography
• Application of indices and climatic classifications
• Elaboration of the “climatic record,” in order to describe and classify the different
climates
• Direct observation of the instruments used to measure the elements of the climate
• To explore the resources available en the network related to the discipline
• Development of work in teams
Course Topics
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Topic 1: Physical and geographical fundamentals of climate. Weather and Climate.
Factors and elements of climate. Scales of climate.
Topic 2: The atmosphere: Composition and Structure. Natural and chemical
composition of the atmosphere. Vertical thermal structure: the atmospheric caps.
Characteristics of the Troposphere.
Topic 3: Energy Balance. Solar radiation and heat. Global balance and regional
balances of heat. Consequences on the general climate due to regional balances.
Topic 4: Temperature. Definition, scales, and units. Cosmic and geographic factors.
Thermal regimes and spatial variation.
Topic 5: Atmospheric humidity and precipitation. The water cycle. Evaporation.
Atmospheric humidity. Condensation. Vertical movements of air. Stability and
instability of air. Forms of condensation. Precipitation – definition, types and
mechanisms of precipitations. Distribution over the planet of precipitations and
pluviometric regimens. Balance of water over the planet: global equilibrium and
regional disequilibrium.
Topic 6: Atmospheric Movement. Pressure and wind. Horizontal variations in pressure.
Centers of action and masses of air. Models of general circulation. Local winds.
Teaching Methods
1) Theory classes
a. Theory classes consist of presentation and explanation by the professor of the
fundamental concepts of the topic. Various audiovisual methods to be utilized. The
development of each subject will be preceded by a detailed outline, key concepts, a
recommended bibliography, and visual materials.
2) Obligatory Readings
a. Students should prepare two obligatory readings from: Martín Vide, J. (1999):
Fundamentos de Climatología Analítica, Ed. Síntesis
i. Reading 1 “The temperature”
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ii. Reading 2 “Atmospheric pressure and wind”
3) Lab work
a. Labs relative to specific topics from the course, with the objective of achieving a
better comprehension of the topic. These labs will be completed during normal
class hours.
b. General labs of the course: graphic representations, analysis and interpretation of six
thermal-pluviometric regimens
4) Final exam
Evaluation
Written exam: 55%
Labs: 20%
Complementary activities: 15%
Attendance: 10%
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GEOGRAFÍA DE ESPAÑA
Spanish Geography
14708 (Annual) (First Year) (First Cycle)
General study of the elements and physical, human and territorial landscapes of Spain,
taking into account the geographic bases of its regional structure. Organization of its rural
space. The agricultural scenery. The industrialization. The industrial scene: crisis and
reconversion. The development of tertiary activities: interior trading and direct activities.
Tourism and leisure. The transportation system and organization of geographic space. The
urbanization process: the agents and the politics. The scenery and the structure of the
Spanish cities.
GEOGRAFÍA DE EUROPA
European Geography
14713 (Annual) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the general, physical and human features of Europe and of its regional groups and
natural landscapes. The physical medium. The Political map. Population. Agricultural
activities and rural scenery. Economic activities: industry and transportation. Urban
environment.
GEOGRAFÍA DE IBEROAMÉRICA
Iberoamerican Geography
11858 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
General study of the different national groups through the analysis of political maps and
demographics ; taking into consideration the distinct Iberoamerican landscapes,
environments and human developments, divided these last ones in agrarian, urban, and
industrial.
GEOGRAFÍA DE MADRID
Geography of Madrid
11860 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Landscape as a synthesis of natural, historical, and man-made elements
Learn to observe and analyze landscapes
Analysis of the landscapes of Madrid (mountains, hills, countryside, plateaus, and valleys)
The effects and influences of Madrid on these landscapes
GEOGRAFÍA DE LA POBLACIÓN
POPULATION GEOGRAPHY
(First Semester: Fall)
Introduction to phenomenon and characteristics of the population with detailed information
about concepts main of analisys and also considering the demographic dynamics in the
different world regions. Demographic components regarding territorial organization in
different scales.
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GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA
Human Geography
14709 (Annual) (First Year) (First Cycle)
General study of the main elements of the geography of human society, its internal
relations and its significant elements: rural geography.
GEOGRAFÍA DE LOS SERVICIOS
Geography of services
11856 (Second semester: Fall) (Second year)
Study of the process of expansion of services and its implications in the relationship with
the territory and particular analysis of the main categories transports commerce, services to
the population, etc.
GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA APLICADA I
Applied Human Geography I
11848 (First Semester) (4th Year)
GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA APLICADA I
Applied Human Geography I
11848 (Second Semester) (4th Year)
GEOGRAFÍA INDUSTRIAL
Industrial Geography
11855 (First Semester) (2ndYear)
Study of the progress of expansion of services and its implications ion the relationship with
the territory and particular analysis of the main categories: transport, commerce, services to
companies, financial services, services to the population, etc.
GEOGRAFÍA POLÍTICA Y DE LA ADMINISTRACIÓN
Political Geography and Geography of the Administration
11740. 2nd year. First semester: fall
Study of the relationships between spatial forms and structures and the political
phenomena of the territorial bases of the states and other political and administrative
organizations of the influence of the territory on the political structures and vice versa.
GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL DE ESPAÑA
Spanish Regional Geography
11859. First semester: fall. 3rd year. Second cycle.
Study of the general features of regional organization in Spain; economic stages by
regions. Analysis of the main regions according to the level of economic development.
GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL DEL TURISMO
Regional Geography of Tourism
14718. Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
Prof. Manuel Mollá Ruiz-Gómez
Second semester: spring
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The concept of tourism.
Classification of tourist activities.
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- Factors of Classification of Tourism.
Tourism coast in Spain.
- General Characteristics
- Spanish coastal regions and particularities.
- Coastal protection and territory steps in the last years.
Tourism in Natural Spaces
- Climate handicap of the Peninsula and the development of snow tourism.
- Mountain zone and tourist attractions.
- Conservation of the nature and ecotourism.
Rural Tourism
- Discovery of a new form of tourism.
- Political Autonomies fostering the development of rural tourism.
- Large areas of rural tourism in Spain.
Urban tourism
- Touristic value of Spanish cities.
- Tourism in big capitals.
- Touristic urban circuits in Spain
International tourism
- The most important touristic circuits in the world.
- New spaces and regional competition.
- Example of the Caribbean.
GEOGRAFÍA FÍSICA I
Physical Geography I
11730 First year, first cycle, first semester: fall
General study of the general elements of the geography of nature, of its internal
relationships and its significant elements as an introduction to the analysis of the relief
climate waters biosphere and landscape.
GEOGRAFÍA SOCIAL Y CULTURAL
Social and Cultural Geography
Curso 3
Code: 11863
(Second semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Content of Class
Study of sources, methodological focuses, and indicators used to know the distribution and
the processes of different social groups, use of space and the relationships between social
identities and territory.
Distribution of Material
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY. Evolution of content.
Methodological focuses. Scales of analysis. Sources of research.
SOCIAL AND SOCIO-SPATIAL INDICATORS. Typology. Measuring. Quality of life
and levels of well-being.
TERRITORIALITY. Territoriality and identity. Refuge spaces ; insecure spaces.
Geography of crime. Geography of punishment: the spaces of control. Political groups and
ideologies as agents of spatial change.
SOCIAL SPACE AND TIME. Temporality. Cycles and rhythms.
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DIFFERENT USE OF SPACE IN EVERYDAY LIFE. Space and type. Space and other
specific subpopulations: children, seniors, and disabled population.
SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF EDUCATION AND WORK. Formation and distribution
distributio of
human capital. Employment and unemployment. Emigration of intellectuals.
SOCIAL-SPACIAL
SPACIAL DIFFERENTIATION. Social inequality and spatial distribution.
Social-spatial
spatial change: processes of employment and substitution. Geography of the poor.
CULTURAL AREAS.
AREAS. Cultures, transfer, and diffusion. Spatial distribution of linguistic,
racial, and religious groups. Symbolic valuation and sacred space. The cultural dimension
of food and food supply.
SPATIAL PROBLEMS OF ETHNIC AND RACIAL MINORITIES. Subgroups and spatial
movement. Segregation.
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PROBLEMAS REGIONALES DEL MUNDO ACTUAL
Regional problems of the contemporary world
11736 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Regional problems in today’s world
-The regional ties of the world: *criteria for regional division *the level of development as
a fundamental factor of territorial organization *concepts of underdevelopment and the
third world *poverty and inequality, recent problems and politics
-Latin America- towards development: *the significance of some natural regional contrasts
*the problems of the agrarian sector *the process of industrialization *the importance of
the advances of the unofficial market *the deforestation of tropical areas: the case of the
Amazon forest *the explosive growth of the large metropolis’: marginal urbanization
*maritime borders: tensions in the Caribbean
-The Asiatic south east- petroleum and political instability: *the problems of delimitation
*petroleum as a fundamental explanatory factor of the regional unity *difficult natural
conditions: the excess of hydro resources *rapid growth and unequal distribution of the
population *recent changes in rural areas *secondary and unofficial sectors of the market:
the diversity of situations *cultural unity *political division and conflicts: decolonization
and new states
-China-recent transformations in the model of socialist development: *the diversity of
natural landscapes *major demographic contingents: social dynamics and politics of the
population *rural transformation at the root of the revolution *the process of
industrialization: natural resources and industrial politics *territorial questions of interest
*reflection on recent problems and changes
-Meridian Asia- the diversity of situations: *population distribution and demographic
dynamism as protagonist factors in regional ties *ecological conditions: the graveness of
natural catastrophes *rural areas: problems, solutions and perspectives *the
industrialization process *territorial tensions and conflicts *reference to a specific
development model: the for Asian dragons.
-Africa, the forgotten continent: *Arabic Africa and black Africa *ecological conditions
protagonized by the climate: droughts and desertification *demographic: the current and
historical dynamics *the most polarized economy in the world: an excessively productive
agrarian sector, industrial development and insufficient unofficial markets *poorly located
regionally: ethnic distribution and political map in black Africa.
SISTEMAS DE INFORMACIÓN GEOGRÁFICA
Geographic information system (G.I.S.)
(First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Main operations and function of GIS.
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HISTORY
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/historia.html
Licenciatura en Historia
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código
Asignatura
11742
PREHISTORIA I
11743
HISTORIA ANTIGUA I
11744
HISTORIA MEDIEVAL I
11745
HISTORIA MEDIEVAL II
11746
PREHISTORIA II
11747
HISTORIA ANTIGUA II
11748
HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
11749
CUESTIONES DE PREHISTORIA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
11750
CUESTIONES DE HISTORIA ANTIGUA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
11751
CLAVES DE LA BAJA EDAD MEDIA PENINSULAR
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
Asignatura
12196
HISTORIA MODERNA I (ALTA EDAD MODERNA)
12197
LA HEGEMONÍA HISPANA (1560-1660)
12198
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA I (UNIVERSAL 1789-1870)
12202
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA III (LOS ORÍGENES DE LA ESPAÑA
CONTEMPORÁNEA)
12200
CUESTIONES DE ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
12068
DECADENCIA, ABSOLUTISMO Y REFORMA EN LA ESPAÑA DEL SIGLO
XVIII
12070
LA ESPAÑA LIBERAL
12199
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA II (UNIVERSAL 1870-1945)
12201
HISTORIA MODERNA II (BAJA EDAD MODERNA)
Optativas de 1er Ciclo
Código
Asignatura
11753
PRE Y PROTOHISTORIA DEL MEDITERRÁNEO
11754
CAMPO Y CIUDAD EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
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11759
LENGUA LATINA Y SU LITERATURA I
11761
LENGUA GRIEGA Y SU LITERATURA I
11766
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE ROMA
11770
CULTURA DE ÉLITES Y CULTURA POPULAR EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
11775
LA SOCIEDAD MEDIEVAL
12214
EGIPTOLOGÍA. INTRODUCCIÓN Y FUNDAMENTOS
12216
HISTORIA DE LA EXPANSIÓN EUROPEA (SS. XV-XVIII)
12327
HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA (SS. XIX-XX)
11755
RELIGIÓN, POLÍTICA Y TOLERANCIA EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
11756
HISTORIA DEL IMPERIO BIZANTINO
11762
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA SOCIEDAD INTERNACIONAL CONTEMPORÁNEA
11763
INTRODUCCIÓN AL ESTUDIO HISTÓRICO DE LOS SISTEMAS
POLÍTICOS
11765
CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y CONOCIMIENTO HISTÓRICO
11767
ARQUEOLOGÍA MEDIEVAL
11774
LA POBLACIÓN EN LA EDAD MEDIA
11837
LENGUA GRIEGA Y SU LITERATURA II
11758
LATÍN MEDIEVAL
11752
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LAS COLONIZACIONES
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
12072
HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA I (HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA COLONIAL)
12205
ARQUEOLOGÍA I (MEDIO ORIENTE Y EGIPTO)
12206
MÉTODOS Y TÉCNICAS I (ANÁLISIS DE FUENTES HISTÓRICAS)
12207
MÉTODOS Y TÉCNICAS II (MÉTODOS CUANTITATIVOS PARA
HISTORIADORES)
12208
PALEOGRAFÍA Y DIPLOMÁTICA. EPIGRAFÍA Y NUMISMÁTICA
12209
ARQUEOLOGÍA II (GRECIA Y ROMA)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11901
HISTORIA DEL MUNDO ACTUAL I (DE 1945 A NUESTROS DÍAS)
11902
HISTORIA DEL MUNDO ACTUAL II (HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA DESDE
1939)
12073
HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA II (HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE
AMÉRICA)
12212
TENDENCIAS HISTORIOGRÁFICAS I (HISTORIA DE LA
HISTORIOGRAFÍA)
12213
TENDENCIAS HISTORIOGRÁFICAS II (CORRIENTES ACTUALES DE LA
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HISTORIOGRAFÍA)
Optativas de
de 2º Ciclo
Código
Asignatura
Itinerario de Prehistoria
12219
CONSERVACIÓN Y RESTAURACIÓN I
12227
CULTURAS PENINSULARES NO IBÉRICAS DEL HIERRO
12242
C.M. DE PREHISTORIA. PALEOLÍTICO, EPIPALEOLÍTICO Y NEOLÍTICO
12234
ETNOARQUEOLOGÍA
12224
PRÁCTICAS DE CAMPO
12232
TECNOLOGÍA
12239
MANIFESTACIONES SIMBÓLICAS DE LA PREHISTORIA
12240
MUSEOLOGÍA
12222
PROTOHISTORIA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
12225
ARQUEOLOGÍA EXPERIMENTAL
ITINERARIO DE ARQUEOLOGÍA
12112
ARQUEOLOGÍA GRIEGA
12219
CONSERVACIÓN Y RESTAURACIÓN I
12226
ARQUEOLOGÍA DEL MUNDO IBÉRICO
12228
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE ORIENTE MEDIO
12237
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA ANTIGÜEDAD TARDÍA Y BIZANTINA
12221
ARQUEOLOGÍA DEL AL-ANDALUS
12223
ARQUEOLOGÍA HISPANORROMANA
12224
PRÁCTICAS DE CAMPO
12238
ARQUEOLOGÍA MEDIEVAL DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
12240
MUSEOLOGÍA
12232
TECNOLOGÍA
12220
NUMISMÁTICA
12222
PROTOHISTORIA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
12225
ARQUEOLOGÍA EXPERIMENTAL
ITINERARIO DE HISTORIA ANTIGUA
12103
HISTORIA DE GRECIA I: ÉPOCA PRIMITIVA
12104
HISTORIA DE GRECIA II: ÉPOCA ARCAICA
12105
HISTORIA DE GRECIA III: ÉPOCA CLÁSICA
12108
HISTORIA DE ROMA II: REPÚBLICA
12109
HISTORIA DE ROMA III: ALTO IMPERIO
12110
HISTORIA DE ROMA IV: BAJO OMPERIO
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12244
HISTORIA DE ORIENTE I: IV MILENIO A. C.
12245
HISTORIA DE ORIENTE III: EL PRIMER MILENIO A. Y D. DE C.
12249
HISTORIA DEL MUNDO FENICIO- PÚNICO
ITINERARIO DE HISTORIA MEDIEVAL
12077
PALEOGRAFÍA DE LA ALTA EDAD MEDIA
12078
PALEOGRAFÍA DE LA BAJA EDAD MEDIA
12250
HISTORIA RURAL DE LA EDAD MEDIA I
12256
VIDA MATERIAL Y PRIVADA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
12257
IGLESIA Y RELIGIOSIDAD EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
12264
HISTORIA DE LA ESPAÑA ISLÁMICA
12254
IMPERIO Y MONARQUÍA EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
12258
IGLESIA Y RELIGIOSIDAD EN LA EDAD MEDIA II
ITINERARIO DE HISTORIA MODERNA
12282
RELACIONES DINÁSTICAS Y ORDEN POLÍTICO EUROPEO
12291
PRIVILEGIO, NOBLEZA Y RÉGIMEN SEÑORIAL (SS. XV-XVIII)
12275
DEMOGRAFÍA, CASA Y FAMILIA EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
12278
CRECIMIENTO, CRISIS Y DIFERENCIACIÓN DEL ESPACIO EUROPEO
(SS. XV-XVIII)
12286
LOS TERRITORIOS DE LA MONARQUÍA CATÓLICA (SS. XVI-XVIII)
12287
VIOLENCIA, CONFLICTOS SOCIALES Y REVUELTAS POPULARES EN LA
EDAD MODERNA
12292
CONFLICTO RELIGIOSO Y PLURALIDAD CONFESIONAL EN LA EUROPA
MODERNA
12295
INQUISICIÓN, IGLESIA Y MONARQUÍA (SS. XV-XVI)
12296
CULTURA CATÓLICA Y CULTURA PROTESTANTE EN LA EUROPA
MODERNA
12299
ANTROPOLOGÍA CULTURAL DE LA EUROPA MODERNA
12305
HISTORIA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LOS EEUU
12298
LA CULTURA DE LA ILUSTRACIÓN
12079
PALEOGRAFÍA DE LA EDAD MODERNA I
12307
PALEOGRAFÍA DE LA EDAD MODERNA I
ITINERARIO DE HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA
12309
HISTORIA DE LAS DOCTRINAS POLÍTICAS CONTEMPORÁNEAS
12312
DEMOCRACIAS Y DICTADURAS EN EL SIGLO XX
12319
HISTORIA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES EN EL SIGLO XX
12324
HISTORIA DE LA CULTURA Y LAS MENTALIDADES EN LA EUROPA
CONTEMPORÁNEA
12326
HISTORIA Y GÉNERO EN LA EDAD CONTEMPORÁNEA
12328
HISTORIA DE EEUU
12332
HISTORIA DE LA UNIDAD EUROPEA
12311
HISTORIA DEL ESTADO LIBERAL
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12321
HISTORIA SOCIAL DEL TRABAJO EN EL MUNDO CONTEMPORÁNEO
12331
C.M. DE HISTORIA NACIONAL. HISTORIA DE CHILE
12334
LOS NACIONALISMOS Y EL MUNDO CONTEMPORÁNEO
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AMÉRICA PRECOLOMBINA
PRE-COLUMBIAN AMERICA
12301 (First Semester: fall) (Elective Course)
Content
History of Pre- Columbian America offers to its students the opportunity to get to know
the situation of the New World until the arrival of the Europeans.
On the continent of America until 1492, there lived different human groups that had
been reaching very different grades of civilization. The Spanish were surprised at the
encounter of high cultures like the Aztecs, Mayans, or Incas, whose level of social
differentiation and some of the cultural elements were incomprehensible for the newly
arrived. The political organization, the social complexity and the economic structure that
had permitted these native populations to develop cultures, their level of understanding
was not always to the elevation of the Europeans.
Syllabus
1. Introduction
The space, the man, and the time in history of Pre-Columbian America. Objective, source,
and fundamental bibliographic orientation. Archaeology, oral tradition and history.
2.-Nuclear America
Cultural area or historic area? Tribes, dictators, and civilizations. Mesoamerican cultural
area. The corn civilization. The mountain area: the vertical integration.
3. Pre-Aztec villages
The archaeological area and time. The Olmeca culture: San Lorenzo and La Venta. The
old population of the valley: Teotihuacan. The Tolteca culture and the city of Tula.
4.- The Aztec civilization
The geographic scene. The legend of Aztlan to the plateau of Anahuac. The triple alliance:
his political-administrative organization. Social stratification: kings, nobles, peasants. The
control of resources: the land, work, and tax.
5.- Religion and Aztec culture
The conceptual world of the Aztecs through the mythical stories: Gods and Heroes. The
concept of the Universe. The realm of the dead. Religion and the time: the calendars. The
grand constructions. Sculpture, painting, and written art.
6.- The Mayan World
History and story. The Mayans of the lowlands. The classic period: The Peten and its
central ceremonies. “The big Passage” through the Yucatan. The Mayapan league and the
city of Chichenitza. The dominant class ond the government system. Agriculture,
commercial, and communications
7.- The Cultural Universe of the Mayans
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Man and the Gods: magic, priests, and prayers. Myths about the creation of the world. The
Luck of the Dead: skies and interworlds. The Sacred tree: The Celba. The ritual of corn.
The understanding of time: “the large counting” and the calendars. Language and
Literature. Architecture, sculpture, and painting. The ceramics and written art.
8.- The Pre-Incan Culture
Archaeology and culture. Horizontal cultures and intermediate periods. The formative
elements of Chavin de Huantar. Regional cultures: Mochica and Nazeca of the coast and
Tiahuanaco of the mountains. The Chimu reign.
9.- The Incas
The Incan: mythological origen and history. The organization and expansion of the
Tahuantinsuyuu. The Cuzco in the center: duality, reciprocity, and “Pax Incaica.” The
Social universe: the elite and the village. The Economic organization: the land, work and
tax. The Ayllu. The Andes: a metallurgy center.
10.- Religion and Imperial
An Anden cosmovision. The Incan worship of the sun. The Huacas and the sacred. The
vital cycle and its ceremonies. Health and magic. The sun and moon as marks of time: the
calendar. The great constructions. The gold/silver shops and the fabrics.
ANTROPOLOGÍA CULTURAL EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Cultural Anthropology in the Modern Europe
12299 (First semester: fall) (elective)
Historic Anthropology. The carnival and popular culture. Party in the country and in the
city. Power and ritual the princely “fiesta”. The republican party and oposition to power.
Changes: from critique to the baroque of the reforms. Civilization process and
domestication.
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE AL-ANDALUS
Al-Andalus Arqueology
12221(Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study the main problems of the Iberian Peninsula during the Islamic era. The territory and
its organization. The religion and the atmosphere. The scenes of power (the palaces). The
cities. The economic life. Technological development.
Study of the rich Moslem medieval archaeology in Al-Andalus: cities, fortifications,
mosques, palaces, ceramics and minor arts.
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE AL-ANDALUS
Archeology of Al-Andalus
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
(Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
1) Concepts and techniques of medieval Islamic archaeology
a) The concept of medieval Islamic Archaeology. Its limits. The case of Archaeology in Al-Andalus.
Chronological limits: thematic and geographic. Terminology and periods. Sources of medieval
Archaeology: material and written. Relationship with other disciplines.
b) Origins, historic developments and the current situation of Archaeology of Al-Andalus. History:
Islamic Archaeology in an Oriental context, the Mediterranean and the Iberian Peninsula. Medieval
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archaeology in universities, museums and research centers. Urban and rural archaeology. The
problem with ¨professional archaeology.¨
c) Techniques and methods of Archaeology of Al-Andalus: Territory and artefacts. The recovery of
artefacts. Archaeological research. Excavation: techniques and systems of recording stratigraphy.
Architectural Archaeology: Vertical stratigraphy. Data analysis of Andalusian artefacts: ceramics and
numismatics (study of money/coins). Archaeological approximations of landscape changes: agrarian,
hydrological, and mineral archaeology.
2) Islamic Archaeology
a) Origins, formations, and expansion of Islamic society. The pre-Islamic, Arabic peninsula:
commerce and agriculture. Primitive, Islamic, material culture formation: of the preceding Bizantines.
Islam as an urban society: The madinas (Mudun) of Medina and Mecca.
b) Chronological Indicators. The first Islamic reigns: The Omeya and Abbasi dynasties. Public works
in the realms of: Palace, religion, military, and civil. Documented sources: Money, ceramics and
decoration.
3) Andalusian Archaeology
a) The Pre-Islamic, Iberian Peninsula. Population distribution and territory exploitation: Urban and
rural structures. Private and state structures: Walls, palaces, basilicas, and villas. Late Roman and
Visigoth influences. Ceramic and container production in the Visigoth age.
b) Archaeology of Al-Andalus. Periods, history, and tendencies. Conquest and settlement (Mudun,
Husun and Qura). Conquest consolidation: Reoccupation and new city foundation. New population
distribution: Urban (city = madina) and rural (territory = bilad).
c) Cultural identity in Al-Andalus: origin and formation. The foundation of the Omeya state in the
east. First palatial, religious, civil, and military buildings. State borders: the Tugur. The
easternization of Al-Andalus: Abbasi model adaptation.
d) The madina as a reflection of the new Islamic way of life. Andalusian city panorama. Space
distribution: Political (palace), religious, military, civil/public, and funerary environments. Late
Roman influences in the urban and rural.
e) The Omeya state´s triumph: The foundation of the Cordoban caliphate. Abd al-Rahman III´s
propaganda. Madinat al-Zahra´s beginning. Changes in the Cordoba Major Mosque. Border and
territory changes: Toledo, Balaguer, Huesca, etc.
f) The fall of Omeya´s eastern state. The consolidation of the Andalusian culture: Party leaders.
Originality of political parties: Official, religious, civil/public, and private environments. The
beginning of its fracture.
g) Chronological indicators. Marble, fabric and metal-smithing production. Architectural sculpture:
Decorated capitals. Coins: Hidden and absolute chronologies. Al-Andalus as a ¨cultural diffuser¨ in
the Mediterranean.
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h) Minority archaeology: Mozarab and Jewish. Questioning the state and environment of Mozarab
Archaeology: Continuity and innovation. Assumptions of Visigoth and Mozarabic cultures. Mozarab
settlements. The state of Jewish Archaeology. Community distribution in the Iberian Peninsula.
Archaeological records: Jewish quarters, synagogues, and necropolises. A commentary on written
sources.
4) African (Magrebies) Dynasty Archaeology. The final Andalusian state.
a) The north African Al-Andalus. Periods and history. New doctrines (almoravides, almohades, and
merinies). The last Andalusians: The Nizari dynasty. Population distribution in the Al-Andalus: rural
and urban.
b) The city and its new topography. Magrebie criteria in an urban space: newly founded alcazabas,
ciudadelas, and cities. Schools, hospitals, hotels, and the home. Rural population. The water
question: qanats, and private storage. Marginalization. The link between urban and rural: oratory and
public baths.
c) The disintegration of Al-Andalus. The arrival of feudal societies: rupture and transformation. Rural
and urban transformations. Marginalization of the domestic. Archaeological record of the domestic:
oratories, living spaces, industrial activities. Ceramic, tanning, stonework, and brick making activities
and spaces. The Andalusian influence on feudal societies.
d) Chronological indicators. New ceramic production: scraffito, china; feudal projects; imports. North
African money: The domination of gold and its influence on Castilla. Marble, ceramic, glass and
fabric production.
5) Archaeological reflections after the Middle Ages
a) Problems and perspectives of Al-Andalusian archaeology. Archaeology as an instrument to study
Medieval societies: possibilities and limits. Social, scientific and academic recognition within
Archaeology.
b) Post-medieval and industrial archaeology. Concepts, methods, and techniques. Birth and
development of post-medieval and industrial Archaeology: Europe and Spain. Relationship with
modern and contemporary history. Perspectives for the future.
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ARQUEOLOGÍA GRIEGA
Greek Archaeology
12112 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of Greek Archaeology from the minoic cultures and from the culture that followed
the dark Ages until the Hellenistic era. Emphasis on the analysis of the social
organizational forms. The first Greeks: Power and the Palace during the Bronze Age. The
collapse of the micenic age and the dark age. Greece and the Orient. The “city of images”.
Polis in archaic age. Classical Greece. Urbanism in a Hellenistic world.
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LAS COLONIZACIONES
11752 Archaeology of Colonization
(Second semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Semester)
Archaeological study of colonization in the Mediterranean throughout the first millennium.
Cultural description and interpretation of the Phoenician, Greek, Etrusque and Punic
colonization processes in the Mediterranean. Navigating in the Mediterranean. Precolonization. Phoenician colonization. Cities with ports and factories. The Punic trading.
The Etruscan colonization. The Greek colonization. The urban societies of the
Mediterranean.
ARQUEOLOGÍA DE ROMA
Roman Archaeology
11766 (Second semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of Roman archaeology from its proto-history (Latium culture) until its later
consecration. Material culture in Rome and its surroundings and historical meaning of
those testimonies. Archeological study of Roman culture, formation and main
manifestations in urban life, its architecture plastic expressions and daily life objects.
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ARQUEOLOGÍA I: MEDIO ORIENTE Y EGIPTO
Archaeology I (Middle East and Egypt)
12205 (First semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
This course goes deep into the knowledge of archaeological elements that gave birth and
developed urban societies in Mesopotamia, Egypt and Anatolia and the States that arose
from them that gave place to the big eastern cultures, with special incidence in the
valuation of architectural elements, icons and material culture.
I. Introduction to the Oriental Archaeology: the causes of the change and the new elements
of the culture. The geographical means and their incidence in the changes. The problems of
the chronology. The first archaeological discoveries.
II. The urban society of Mesopotamia and Anatolia: the birth of the urban civilization:
Sumer. The big States of the II millennium. Anatolia and the State Hitita. Phoenicia in the I
millennium and their projection in the Mediterranean. The cultural world of the Persian
ones.
III. The urban society in Egypt: base chronological and archaeological documents in the
formation of the State in Egypt. The development of urbanism in Ancient Egypt. Religious
and mortuary architecture. The Temple: it structures and function. You knock down real
and private. The plastic one to the service of the power. Egypt and the projection in the
exterior.
ARQUEOLOGÍA II (GRECIA Y ROMA)
Archaeology II (Greece and Roman)
12209 (Second semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Year)
General study of Archaeology as a method of historical knowledge in their different
features, with special reference to the Greek and Roman Archaeology.
ARQUEOLOGÍA MEDIEVAL DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
Spanish Medieval Archaeology
12238 (Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of diverse civilizations and cultures that were developed along the Half Age in the
environment of the Iberian Peninsula. Beginning search the last productions and vestiges
of the Late and Visigoth Antiquity, continuing with the presence of the Islam, and
concluding with the material culture associated to the Christian monarchies of the
Discharge and Low Half Age.
1. - Late antiquity. Visigoth world: Historiography and new tendencies. The population
and the organization of the territory (rural and urban environment). The archaeological
registration and material culture (religious architecture and necropolis). The heterogeneity
of the Iberian Peninsula. Vestiges of the Byzantine presence.
2. - Mozarabic and Mudejar world: Origin and development of the Mozarabic and Mudejar
culture. Historiography and chronological frameworks. Mozarabic archaeological reality in
the Iberian peninsula. Mudejar archaeological reality in the Iberian peninsula.
3.- Christian Kingdom (feudal societies). Formation and development of the peninsular
Christian Kingdom. The city. Castles, peopling and territory. Necropolis. The archaeology
of the monastic centers. The fossils: ceramic, currency.
1. - Introduction to post-medieval archaeology.
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ARQUEOLOGÍA MEDIEVAL
Medieval Archeology
Optativa de 1º Ciclo
Main goal:
Comprehension of the evolution of the medieval period (centuries V-XV) in the West, starting from
the analysis of the cultural material and from a double perspective, histografic and archaeological.
Especially at the European level (city, rural world, feudalism, etc) and taking into account excavations
and model sites of the corresponding geographic ambience of European West.
Program:
1. Histography: birth, development and maturity of Western Medieval Archaeology.
2. Methods and chronologic indicators on Medieval Archaeology
3. Medieval archeology and the history of the city
4. The “field” of historians and the “field” of the archaeologists: the problem of the birth of the
“field”
5. Archaeology of feudalism and feudal societies
6. Archaeology of production in the Middle Ages
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CAMPO Y CIUDAD EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Country and City in Modern Europe
11754 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of the process of social division of work and the relations city / country. Study of
social division of work and the relations city / country. The agrarian development and the
growing urban life in pre-industrial Europe. City / country: two conflicting realities. The
agrarian roots in the urban rural world. The evolutional difference of the urban world in its
transition towards capitalism. European capitals and their territories.
CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y CONOCIMIENTO HISTÓRICO
Social Sciences and Historical Knowledge
11765 (Second semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Description of the historical evolution of social sciences and study of the main concepts
and techniques regarding historical analysis.
CONFLICTO RELIGIOSO Y PLURALIDAD CONFESIONAL EN LA EDAD
MODERNA
Religious conflicts and confessional plurality in the Modern Europe
12292 (First semester: fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of the religious separation (16th Century) and the birth of the confessional and
ecclesiastic plurality.
The course seeks to render a proper account of developments in Europe beginning in the
early 16th century which lead up to the creation of diverse religious persuasions within the
Christian world. Starting with Martin Luther and the protestant Reformation of the 1520´s,
the course moves through the England of Oliver Cromwell to arrive at the idea of religious
tolerance and the different experimentation with this idea, in the American Revolution and
founding of the United States and later, in the French Revolution.
CONSERVACIÓN Y RESTAURACIÓN I
Conservation and Restoration I
12219 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about the change of Archaeological artistic and ethnological materials, and their
recuperation.
CONSERVACIÓN Y RESTAURACIÓN II
Conservation and Restoration II
(Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Practices in laboratory on archaeological, artistic and ethnological materials.
CUESTIONES DE ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
Questions in Archaeology of the Iberian Peninsula
12200 (First Semestre: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
- The Iberian Peninsula up until Tartessos.
- Foreign influences: Phoenicians and Greeks.
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Archaeology of Tartessos.
The rest of the Prehistoric Peninsula.
Foundation of the Iberian World.
Aspects of Iberian Archaeology.
Interaction of the Iberian World with other Peninsular Cultures.
Archaeology of the Celts.
Roman Conquest of Spain.
Archaeology of the Republican Spain.
Consolidation of the Spanish Territory.
Cities of Roman Spain.
The end of the Roman Spain.
Christianization of Spain.
Archaeology of Gothic Spain.
Archaeology of the invasions.
Islamization of Spain, Archaeology of Andalusia.
Archaeology of Andalusia.
Archaeology of the Catholic Kings, the formative years.
Archaeology of the Catholic Kings.
The contribution of industrial and modern Archaeology.
Block I. The consolidation of the first urban cultures in the Iberian Peninsula.
1) a) Maturation of Tartessos.
b) Summit of contacts with great Mediterranean Civilizations.
2) Formation, areas and characterization of Iberian Culture, interaction with
other Peninsular Cultures.
Block II. Roman Spain.
3) Hellenistic Growth, Roman conquest and Romanization: outlines of a
process.
4) Roman culture and roman Spanish cultures, great contributions of the
Roman Civilization.
5) Introduction to Gothic Spain.
Block III. Medieval Archaeology of the Iberian Peninsula.
6) Islamic conquest, Islamization, cultural effects and changes, great
contributions of Islamic culture.
7) Archaeology of the Catholic Kings.
Block IV. Post medieval and industrial archaeology.
8) Opening of Modern and Industrial Archaeology.
CUESTIONES DE PREHISTORIA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
Topics of Ancient history in the Iberian Peninsula
(Second semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the main aspects of Greek and Phoenicia-Punic colonizations, as well as of the
Roman Spain.
CULTURA CATÓLICA Y CULTURA PROTESTANTE
Catholic Culture and Protestant Culture in Modern Europe
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12296 Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Prof. Virgilio Pinto Crespo
(First semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Introduction: The beginning of modernity: Renaissance and Baroque – Historical changes
and their repercussions – Nature, man, society – Parameters of academic culture
2) Legacy of the Medieval age: Closed social order, integrated view of the cosmos. The first
intellectual breaks from the model – The epistemological nominalistc break – A transitional thinker:
Nicolás de Cusa and the new concept of man.
3) New Intellectual Approaches: Republics and cities in Italia – Florence and Rome – Intellectual
renovation: political projects, pedagogical – The rebirth of classics – The new philosophy
4) Christian Humanism: From Italy and the rest of Europe: the new context – The precursors of an
intellectual movement – Christian humanism – Thomas More – Humanism in France - Desiderius
Erasmus of Rotterdam and his influence.
5) Spiritual and Humanistic norms in Spain: “Erasmismo” in Spain – The Spanish Renaissance –
Spiritual tendencies: the Illuminati and reclusion. Spanish Humanism: from Nebrija to Vives.
Humanism: from Nebrija to Vives.
6) The religious break and new instruments: The break from the humanistic dream – Religious
conflicts: the doctrines and the means – The printing press and the new means of diffusion: books and
pamphlets – The catholic response: Repression and reform – Two religious cultures
7) New concepts of the world: The birth of modern science, Copernicus and the new concept of the
cosmos – Science, alchemy, and astrology – The new methods of investigation – Celestial mechanics:
Galileo and Newton
8) The changing forms of religiosity: Spiritual tendencies pre-reform – God and man without
intermediaries – Ritual Religion – Religiosity, archaic forms, and new problems – Spiritual tendencies
– mysticism – Saint Teresa of Ávila – The Religious culture in the Baroque period
Cultura de la Ilustración
History of the Culture of Ilustration
The class organizes itself around the supposition of a lack in distinction between practice and theory. With that considered,
the class is structured around the base of commentaries of texts corresponding to the period in question, which will serve in
the analysis integral to the matters that the material occupies. In consequence, the participation en such discussions will be
very valuable. The final exam will be in the form of a commentary of a text selected by the professor, and accessible from
the last day of class. Said commentary will be handed in on the final exam date listed in the Academic Center's exam
schedule.
The selection of texts, that will be available with sufficient anticipation, will be composed in a sequence not necessarily
following the order of the exposition of the previous theme. The course will accede a funadmental means of counter points
through Immanuel Kant "Answer to the quesion: What is illustraion?" The centrality of the problem of publicity and
critiques planted as such will provide the conducting thread of the textual sequence that will lead the answer to said
question. Other counter points include John Locke's "Essay on Human Understanding." The course will pivot around his
point of finding and "unfinding." Texts that wrap around both moments between 1690 and 1784 will give rise to the
compass of the course, pertaining especially to the convergence and divergence that signifies en turn D'Alembert and
Gibbon. A document of previous chronology that dertmines the course has the advantage of imposing the curical problem
that any history of "illustration" cannot remain situated en the middle" the relations between 'Illustration' and 'revolution' or
more precisely 'political revolution': E. Burke's "Reflections on the French Revolution."
Programa:
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La Crisis del Antiguo regimen
-La cultura de Las Luces y el reformismo monárquico.
-Crisis del Absolutismo y la transformación revolucionaria de la sociedad estamental.
La Monarquia consitucional y la consolidación de la sociedad liberal
-La Restauración borbónica
-El Imperio de los Cien Dias
-El reinado de Luis XVIII y Carlos X
-La Revolución de Julio y el Orleanismo
La II República y el II Imperio
-La revolución de Febrero y la implantación de la República presidencial.
-El golpe de Estado y el II Imperio
III,
-La
-La
-La
IV, y V República
Comuna y la implantación de la República
evolución del régimen: la República conservadora, moderada, radical y de bloques
muerte subita y el régimen de Pétain. La IV y La V República
Evaluación:
Examen final y papel de 10 a 15 paginas. (No sé la distribución)
Syllabus:
The Crisis of The Old Regimen
-The culture of The Age of Enlightenment and the monarchical reformism
-Crisis of Absolutism and the revolutionary transformation of the feudal society
The constitutional monarchy and the consolidation of the liberal society
-The Restoration of the Bourbons
-The Empire of 100 Days
-The reigns of Luis XVIII and Carlos X
-La July Revolution and Orléanism
The Second Republic and the Second Imperium
-The Revolution of February and the implantation of the presidential Republic
-The coup and the second Imperium
Third, Fourth, and Fifth Republic
-The Paris Commune and the implantation of the Republic
-The evolution of the regime: The conservative Republic, the moderate Republic, the Radical
Republic, and that of the bloc
-The sudden death and the regime of Petain: The fourth and the Fifth Republics.
Grade:
Final Exam and Written paper of 10-15 pages
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CULTURAS PENINSULARES NO IBÉRICAS DEL HIERRO II
Non Iberian Peninsular Cultures, Iron Age II
12227 (Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Archaeological study No Peninsular culture.
DECADENCIA, ABSOLUTISMO Y REFORMA EN ESPAÑA EN EL SIGLO XVIII
Decadence, Absolutism and Reform in Spain during the 18th Century
12068 (Second semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of Spanish reformism. Starting with Charles II, with special attention to the
activity of the Bourbon dynasty.
I. Introduction
1. The decadence of the Spanish monarchy : the reign of Charles II.
II. The dynastic change and the constitutional reordering of the monarchy (1700-1746).
2. The initiation of the new dynasty : The Bourbon
3. The political dynasty
III. The Enlightenment in its plenitude. The limits of Reformism.
A) The structures of the Bourbon Monarchy : A period of Expansion.
4. The economy under the sign of growth.
5. The society at the boiling point.
6. Cultural manifestations of the period : The Enlightenment.
B) The political practice of the Enlightened monarchy.
7. The beginnings of the Enlightened Absolutism : The reign of Fernando VI.
8. The Enlightened monarchy of Charles III. The limits of Reformism.
9. The reign of Charles IV. The failure of Enlightenment.
IV. Conclusion.
The collapse of the Absolute monarchy.
HISTORIA DE LA UNIDAD EUROPEA
A History of the European Union
(Se ofrece en Ciencia Política y de la Administración)
12332 (First semester: fall) (elective) (Second Cycle)
An intensive study of the European Community, it functions and components. We will
also study theory of the nation state and theories of the development of the European
Community.
Program:
Western Europe after WWII.
The birth of the common market: the tariffs and customs Union.
The treaties of creation and community rights: the court of Justice.
The council.
The commission.
The European parliament.
The European Union budget.
The common policies.
The solidarity of the European Union.
External relations of the European Union.
The inter-governmental cooperation of internal justice.
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The economic and monetary Union.
The expansion of the European Union.
DICTADURAS Y DEMOCRACIAS EN EL SIGLO XX
DICTATORSHIPS AND DEMOCRACIES IN THE 20TH CENTURY
12312 (First semester: Fall) (Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
1) Liberal Democracy at the Beginning of the 20th century.
- British Parliamentary Regime.
- North American Presidency.
- The crisis of the liberal democratic regimes: Italy and Germany.
2) Alternative Regimes to Liberal Democracies
- Proletarian Dictatorship and the construction of the Soviet state.
- Fascist Dictatorship
- Nationalist / Socialist Totalitarianism.
3) Reconstruction and the reform of Western democracies in the post-war era.
- The socialist state and conservative Democracies and their diverse political regimes.
Basic / General Bibliography:
1.- Political Regimes of the 20th Century, Bersterin.
2.- 20th Century History, Ebestein, William.
3.- Political Parties, García Pelayo.
4.- Contemporary Policy, Nouschi, Marc.
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EGIPTOLOGÍA : INTRODUCCIÓN Y FUNDAMENTOS
Egyptology: Introduction and Foundations
12214 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
History of Egyptology and main concepts of this science.
ESPAÑA LIBERAL (1.868-1939)
Liberal Spain (1.868-1939)
12311 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the structures and of the historical processes lived in Spain between the revolution
of 1868 and the Guerra's Civilian end in 1939. Taking like main topic the succession of
political regimes (democratic monarchy, First Republic, Restoration, Dictatorship of Primo
de Rivera and Second Republic), the subject tries to frame the events in an economic,
social, cultural and international context.
1.- To capitalist society: the economy. The society.
2.- Democratic liberalism and doctrinal liberalism (1868-1923): the revolutionary Six
Years (1868-1874). The Restoration: reign of XII Alfonso and regency of María Cristina
(1875-1902). Of the “Revolution from above” to the crash of the Parliament: XIII
Alfonso's constitutional reign (1902-1923)
3.- Dictatorship and Democracy (1923-1939): The Dictatorship of Primo de Rivera (19231931). The Second Republic (1931-1936). The Guerra Civilian (1936-1939)
4.- Culture and external action: culture and education. Spanish Foreign policy .
EUROPA CONTINENTAL EN EL II Y EL I MILENIOS
Continental Europe in the 2nd and 1st Millenniums
11768 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the bronze and Iron Ages in the European continent.
RELIGIÓN, POLÍTICA Y TOLERANCIA EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Religion, Politics and Tolerance in Modern Europe
11755 (Second semester: spring) (1st and 2nd Year) (first Cycle)
Morphologic and material corporation of the politic systems of the ancient regime and
political principal concepts.
FUNDAMENTOS DEL PENSAMIENTO DE ASIA ORIENTAL
FOUNDATIONS OF EASTERN ASIAN THOUGHT
13991 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Oferta Específica de Filosofía y
Letras)
Objectives: In this course we will attempt to acquire a basic knowledge of the foundations
of Eastern Asian thought, focusing on the thought of Ancient China.
Material:
1. Characteristics of the language and writing in China.
2. Chinese mythology.
3. History of Ancient China.
4. The cosmological thought of Yising.
5. Confucius.
6. Confucius.
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7. Mencius and Xunzi.
8. Lao Zi.
9. Zhuand Zi.
10. Buddhism and zen Japanese and Chinese.
Syncretism: Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism in Chinese Poetry.
HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA Y DE LA TÉCNICA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
History of Science and Technology in the Middle Ages
Optativa de 1º Ciclo
Prof. Fermín Miranda García
11773 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective Course) (First Cycle)
1.
Program
The sense of time of the Middle Ages. From San Augustin to the scholastics. The systems of control of time.
2.
Encyclopediaism and the transmission of knowledge in the early Middle Ages. From the Germanic Kings to the
Otonida renaissance.
3.
The science of the Byzantine world and the Islamic world between the VIII and the XII centuries.
4.
The intellectual rebirth of the west in the XII century. The world of tranlsations. The scientific advances and their
philosophical models.
5.
The new forms of education. Scholastics and the University world
6.
The scientific knowledge in the late Middle Ages. Medicine and sciences of nature.
7.
The technological development of the rural world
8.
The technological technical development of the urban world
9.
Travels, travelers, and systems of spatial control
10. The “Other Sciences”
Basic Bibliography
Lindberg, D.C., The Beginning of Western Science, Barcelona, Paidós, 2002.
Crombie, A.C., History of Science: From St. Augustin to Galileo, Madrid, Alianza, 1983
(8th edition), 2 volumes.
Guerrero Navarette, Yolanda, “the Contents of Science and Technical Progress in the
Middle Ages”, Arbor, 159, 1998, 69-107.
Le Goff, J., The Intellectuals of the Middle Ages, Barcelona, 1996 (4th edition Castilian).
Riché, P., Education of Cultures in the Barbarian West. VI-VIII centuries, Paris, 1995
(5th edition revised)
Cultural Renovation of Western Europe, Pamplona, 1998.
Beaujouan, G. The Science of the Medieval West, Paris, 1966.
Cantera Montenegro, E, Instruments and Techologies of Cultivation in Medieval
Europa (centuries X-XIII), Madrid, 1987.
Garcia Ballester, L. (dir.), History of Science and Technology during the Corona de Castilla,
Valladolid, 2002.
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LA HEGEMONÍA HISPANA (1560-1660))
12197 The Spanish Hegemony
(First semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of the structure of Spain as a “composite compound monarchy” founded by the
principles of Catholicism and by the dynasty of the house of Austria, and whose political
action is based on the imposition and defence of that order in Europe during the XVI &
XVII centuries.
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HISTORIA ANTIGUA I
Ancient History I
11743 (First semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
History of Orient, the Aegean and the Mediterranean Worlds, with special reference to the
ancient history of Spain.
HISTORIA ANTIGUA II
Ancient History II
11747 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
History of Orient, the Aegean and the Mediterranean Worlds, with special reference to the
ancient history of Spain.
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA I (1789-1870) )
Contemporary History I (1789-1870)
12198 (First semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of human past in its divers aspects during the Contemporary Ages, with special
reference to contemporary history of Spain.
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA II (1870-1945)
Contemporary History II (1870-1945)
12199 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of human past in its diverse aspects during the Contemporary Ages (1870-1945),
with special reference to contemporary history of Spain.
I. Capitalism and Imperialism. The crisis of 1873. The economic and social fundamentals
of the expansion of Capitalism. The second industrial revolution. Colonial Imperialism and
the crisis of 1929.
II. Social Organization and the movement of the worker. Organization and demands of the
unions : English trade unionism, German union reformism and French revolutionary
unionism. The International workers.
III. The Demo-liberal political system. The parliamentary regimens. The accent of
totalitarianism. The Czarist crisis and the Russian revolution. The construction of the
Soviet state.
IV. The global conflicts. The international crisis and the First World War. The treaty of
Versailles and the remodeling of the European geography. The collapse of the international
system : the German re-armament and the invasion of Poland. The Second World War.
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA III (ORÍGENES DE LA ESPAÑA
CONTEMPORÁNEA)
Contemporary History III
12202 (First semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of human past in its divers aspects during the Contemporary Ages: origins of
contemporary Spain.
HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE FRANCIA
Contemporary French History
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The program for the course covers the following themes and takes into account their general history along with a critical
analysis of som of the more important event throughout this period:
-The Crisis of the Old Regime (The Culture of Light and Monarchical Reformation; Crisis of absolutism and the
Revolutionary Transformation of State Society)
- The Constitutional Monarchy and the Consolidation of the Liberal Society (Bourbonic Restauration; The Empire of 100
Days; The Reign of Louis XVIII and Charles X; The Revolution of Julius and Orleanism)
- The Second Republic and the Second Empire (The Revolution of February and the Implantation of the Presidential
Republic; The Coup of the State and the Second Empire)
- The Third, Fourth and Fifth Republic (The Community and the Implantation of the Republic; The Evolution of the
Regime: The Conservative, Modern, Radical and Blocked Republic; The Sudden Death and Regime of Petain; the Fourth
and Fifth Republic)
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HISTORIA DE LA CULTURA Y DE LAS MENTALIDADES EN LA EUROPA
CONTEMPORÁNEA
History of Culture and Mentality in Contemporary Europe
12324 (Second Semester: Spring) (Electives; Oferta Específica)
1.- Europe during the period of the Revolution and Imperialism of Napoleon (1789-1815)
• The liberal revolution and the European phenomenon.
• The origin of the Napoleonic experience.
• The rise and fall of Napoleon and the value of this period.
2.- The Restoration and Crisis of the European equilibrium.
• The restoration, true or false?
• The work of the restoration process as well as the accord between the Congress of
Vienna and the Saint Alliance.
• The revolution of 1830´s; dreams and realities.
• The time of liberty.
3.- Continental Industrialization and Transnational Capitalism.
• Classical political economy and the fundamentals and liberalism.
• The industrial Revolution in Treat Britain and Continental Europe.
• Immigration and the Revolution of transportation as well as the development of the
international commerce.
• The role of the natural frontiers and the European development and the integration of
1870: neomercantilism and the disintegration of 1870 .
4.- The era of Revolution and Nationalism / Internationalism.
• The dynamics of social class and interaction of nationalism.
•
The diplomacy and the war; unification of Italy and Germany.
5.- Imperialism: Political blocks from 1871-1914.
• Causes of the war and the system of alliances with Bismark.
• World independence and the crisis of the war.
6.- The European Civil War (1914-1845).
• The Universe of the war and the World War (1914-1918).
• The Treaties of Versailles and the new European map.
• The economic consequences of the world peace.
• The confrontation between the dictatorship and democracy.
• The Spanish Civil War (1936-1939); the experience of the society of Nations and the
Second World War (1939-1945).
• The Europe of Hitler; the end of the century XIX.
7.- The Cold War and Reconstruction of Europe during the Post War.
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The after math of the war-a river of refugees.
The origin of the cold war; plan Marshall.
• Czechoslovakia of the postwar; NATO.
• Decolonization; economical miracles and the Federal Republic of Germany.
8.- The Integration of Europe.
• The origin of the European Union (1945-51).
• Institutions of the cold war; France, Italy and Great Britain until 1968.
• The recuperation of “little Europe”; the treats with Rome and its consequences.
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• Crisis of the 1960´s; democracy in Europe.
9.- The Socialist Experience (1917-1991).
• The Russian Revolution; internationalism vs. Socialism in one country.
• The third international and the communist movement.
• Economical expansion and the political block in Russia.
• The COMECON and Warsaw Pact (Treaty).
• The crisis of socialism; disintegration of the USSR, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia.
10.- The new order and the Old ghosts (1989-99).
• The fall of the Berlin Wall and its consequences.
• The Reunification of Germany.
• The economical convergence of communitarian Europe.
• The crisis of the Balkans and the challenge in external, politics and a common security.
• Eastern expansion; reoccurrence of nationalism and the reappearance of religion.
• The end of the century, how did it start?
HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA I (HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA COLONIAL)
American History I (History of Colonial America)
12072 (First semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the historical evolution of Colonial America on this continent in their different
features, with special relation to Spanish History.
HISTORIA DE AMÉRICA II
American History II
12073 (Second semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about the historical evolution in this continent in their different features, with special
relation to Spanish History.
Latin American History from 1826 to the present. Broken into 8 sections:
1.
Construction of states and nations (1826-1898)
2.
Liberal Reforms and the configuration of oligarchy (1850-1900) The crisis of
1898, land reform, European immigration and the rise of foreign capital.
3.
Latin America enters the world economy, Revolution, authoritarianism and crisis
1900-1950.
4.
Development politics and modernization of the state. Agrarian reform, Cuban
revolution and Chile, 1950-1975.
5.
Return of authoritarianism, new revolutions and the social economic crisis
(1975-85). Militarization of the state and civil society: Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and
Guatemala.
6.
New political and social actors: Business elites, women, indigenous movements.
7.
Transition and democratic consolidation: Argentina, Chile and Guatemala. Rise
and fall of Sandinistas, 1985-1998.
8.
Restructuring of Civil society. Elections without democracy and phony
democracies.
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HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA III: LOS ORÍGENES DE LA ESPAÑA
CONTEMPORÁNEA
Contemporary History: Origins of Contemporary Spain
12220 (First Semester: fall) (second Year) (first Cycle)
Social, economic and politic history of the 20th century. Introduction, the crisis of the
Restauration, the dictadorship of Primo de Rivera, the second republic, the Civil War and
Franco´s Regime.
HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
Spanish Medieval History
11748 (First Semester) (First and Second Yeasr) (First Cycle)
Study of human past in its diverse aspects during the Middle Ages in Spain.
HISTORIA DE GRECIA I (ÉPOCA PRIMITIVA)
History of Greece I (Primitive Era)
12103 (First semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Development of Hellenic culture and civilization in the Primitive Era.
HISTORIA DE GRECIA II (ÉPOCA ARCAICA)
History of Greece II (Archaic Era)
12104 (First semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Development of the Hellenic culture and civilization in the Archaic Era.
HISTORIA DE GRECIA III (ÉPOCA CLÁSICA)
History of Greece III (Classical Era))
12105 (Second semester: Spring) (Eletive Class)
Development of Hellenic culture and civilization from its beginnings to the absorption of
all Hellenic kingdoms by the Roman Empire: political, social and economic history.
Classical Era.
1.- Wars between Greece and Persia
2.- The Penteontencia: Democracy and Imperialism in Athens.
3.- The Pentencontecia II: Sparta in Classic Era
4.- Polis, tennos, koinon and Monarchy: Political Structures of Classicism.
5.- Greek armies and navies
6.- Population, Society and Economy.
7.- Culture, Games and Religion.
8.- Daily life and the home.
9.- Peloponnesian War.
10.- Greek World in the First Half of the Fourth Century.
11.- Philip II and the Rise of Macedonia.
12.- Alexander the Great
13.- The Greek West in the Classic Era
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HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA Y DE LA TÉCNICA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
History of Science and Technique in the Middle Ages
11773 (first semester: fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of science and technique in the Middle Ages.
HISTORIA DE LA ESPAÑA ISLÁMICA
Islamic Spain History
12264 (second semester: spring )(First and Second Year) (First Cycle: Arabic
Philology); (Second Year) (First Cycle. History)
General study of Al-Andalus.
A general understanding of the history of the Andalusian society and all its components
including politics, society, economy and culture and their development from the first
installation of the Arab Muslims in Spain, in the year 711, until the final reign of Granada
in 1492.
1.- The Islamic conquest and occupation of Spain.
2.- Islam in North Africa and Iberian Peninsula from the start of the 8th Century.
The political structure of Andalusia: The Independent Emirates.
4.- The Caliphate of Córdoba.
5.- Society and everyday life.
6.- The Economic structure.
7.- Their exertion of power.
8.- The law, religion and culture.
9.- The Small Spanish Kingdoms of the South and Imperialist North Africans.
10.- The Nasri Reign of Granada.
HISTORIA DE LA EXPANSIÓN EUROPEA (SIGLOS XV-XVIII)
History of European Expansion (15th to 18th Centuries)
12216 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
I. Europe meets other worlds.
A. The Iberian empires.
-The Portuguese expansion.
-Castile and the Atlantic.
- The conquest of America and its impact.
B. The Atlantic Europe: another method of colonization.
-The promotion of Holland.
-The late incorporation of England.
-The French in the new world.
-The colonial world in the culture, law, and war.
II. The colonial world in the European equilibrium.
- The decline of the Iberian empire.
-The English preponderance.
-The illustration and crisis of independence.
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HISTORIA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES EN EL SIGLO XX
History of International Relations in the 20th century
12319 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of the evolution in the relationship between the states since the war divisons and
the treaties that ended the European conflict of 1914-18, until the 1991 end to the bi-polar
division of the world and the Cold War that arose from the allied coalition in 1947, with
special focus on the organizational aspects of the international order, the leadership of the
great powers in the distribution of world political power and the relevance of economical,
geo-political, social and ideological factors.
HISTORIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS
HISTORY OF THE UNITED SATES
12328 Second Semester: spring
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
Profa. Carmen de la Guardia Herrero
1.- American Revolution
2.- Reinforcement of Federal power.
3.- Federalists and Republicans
4.- Amplification of Political Citizenship.
5.- Reform movements.
6.- Manifest Destiny.
7.- Civil War.
8.- Reconstruction
9.- Revolution of the Market
10.- A Nation of Nations.
11.- The Imperial Republic
HISTORIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS
History of the United States
Optativa (Optative)
Aims of the course:
1. Knowledge of the history of the USA.
2. Critical knowledge of the relationship between events, current processes and the past.
3. Critical knowledge of the different historiographical perspectives en the different periods and contexts, including
modern day debates.
4. Capacity to transcribe, resume and catalogue information in a pertinent manner.
5. Capacity to identify and use appropriately sources of information: bibliography, documental, oral testimonies, etc.,
for the historical investigation.
6. Ability to organize complex historical information in a coherent manner.
Contents of the Course:
Lesson I. The American Revolution
The 13 colonies in North America. The new imperial politic. Liberalism, republicanism and revolution. The Declaration of
Independence. War and peace accords.
Readings:
Thomas Jefferson: Autobiography and other writings
Thomas Paine: Common Sense and other writings
Lesson II. The reinforcing of the federal power
Articles of the confederation. Constitution. The political debate to achieve ratification. Citizenship and exclusion.
Readings:
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Lay.
Lesson III. Federalists and republicans
The sprouting of the political parties. The first border. Jefferson’s presidency. The Monroe Doctrine.
Thomas Jefferson, Official Writings, Autobiography and other writings.
Readings:
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Lesson IV. The Extension of Political Citizenship
Jackson’s reform politics. The controversy due to the cancellation. The native Indian removal. Towards new systems of
political parties.
Carmen de la Guardia, “The conquest of the political citizenship in the USA
Readings:
Manuel Pérez Ledesma. Citizenship and democracy.
Lesson V. Reform movements
The Second Great Awakening. Educational reforms. A new vision on poverty. First critiques of slavery. Fissures in the
abolitionist movement: the birth of American feminism.
Amalia Martín-Gamero, Anthology of Feminism
Readings:
R.W. Emerson, The American Intellectual.
Lesson VI. Manifest Destiny
US expansion towards the west. The annexation of Texas. The war with Mexico. The window of Oregon. New states, old
problems.
Readings:
Henry, D. Thoreau, Civil Disobedience and other writings.
Theme VII. The Civil War
The reign of cotton. The industrial north. The incorporation of new states to the union. Decomposition of historical parties.
The new republican party. The secession. Armed Conflict.
Readings:
Several president’s inauguration speeches.
Lesson VIII. The Reconstruction
Presidential reconstruction. Radical reconstruction. Civil and political rights for the Afro-Americans. Deprival of rights for
the southern elite. White terrorism. Triumph of the moderates and end of the reconstruction. The performance of the
Supreme Court and the origins of segregation.
Thomas Nelson Page, Southerners during the Reconstruction.
Readings:
Lesson IX. The Market Revolution
Government and market. Transport revolution. From agriculturists to industrialists. The industrial revolution. The market
revolution and the south.
Readings:
Aurora Bosch, History of the United States
Lesson X. A Nation of Nations.
Stages of immigration. Assimilation problems. Ethnicity. Struggle for the social citizenship.
Alejandro Portes, “The situation of ethnic minorities”
Readings:
Lesson XI. The Imperial Republic.
The new foreign policy. Acquisition of Alaska. The expansion to the Pacific. The Spanish-American War.
Lesson XII. The 20th Century
The Great Wars and periods in between Wars. Progressive epoch. Moral diplomacy. From neutrality to war. “Decisive
power”. Wilson and the peace talks. The Society of Nations. The happy 20s. From prosperity to crisis. Roosevelt’s New
Deal. New foreign policy.
2nd World War and the Cold War. The development of the confrontation and the American peace. Truman’s containment
politics and the Marshall Plan. Soviet Reaction. Internal problems. McCarthy and the “witch hunt”. The beat generation.
The end of an era.
The 70s. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The revolution of the minorities. Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society. Vietnam. Protests
and Counterculture.
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HISTORIA DE ORIENTE I: ORÍGENES
Oriental history I
12244 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Origins: since the culture formation until the first territorial states (fourth and third
millenniums).
HISTORIA DE ROMA II: REPÚBLICA
Roman history II
12108 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Development, maturity and crisis in the Republican system. Roman expansion around the
Mediterranean sea.
HISTORIA DE ROMA III: ALTO IMPERIO
Roman history III
12109 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
The Roman State. Analysis of the high cultural level etrusque states. Transition époque
during which some Roman structures survive in the occidental areas after the
disappearance of the political power of Rome, while in Constantinople the Byzantine State
initiates its formation process.
HISTORIA DE ROMA IV : BAJO IMPERIO
Roman History IV
12110 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
HISTORIA DEL ESTADO LIBERAL
Liberal State History
12311 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the principal streams of economic thought, with a historical view, since the classic
political economy until the postkeynes formulations.
HISTORIA DEL IMPERIO BIZANTINO
History of the Byzantine Empire
11756 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Historical study of the Byzantine Empire. Study of the historical process of the Byzantine
Empire from the fourth century until the fifteenth century.
I. Introduction
1Dismemberment of the Roman Empire and keys to the Byzantine Survival. (4th5th centuries)
•
Political and ideological justification.
•
Appearance of the Byzantine Empire.
•
Keys to the Byzantine survival: territorial and cultural characteristics.
Social structure. Economic structure, Papist Caesarism and Orthodoxy.
2.- Internal aspects of the Byzantine Empire.
• Political Power and the figure of the Emperor.
• Social models.
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The Byzantine “pronoia”.
Daily life.
Byzantine Beginnings.
3.- Justinean Era: Recuperation of the Empire (5th –6th Centuries)
• Justinian´s Political plan: Renovatio Imperii.
• Administration of the Mediterranean World.
• Legal base of the “Byzantine State”: Corpus Iuris Civilis.
4.- Justinean Culture Flowering and Political breakdown (6th-8th Centuries).
• The Byzantine culture under Justinian´s government.
• Hellenization under Heracli´s government.
• Isauric iconoclasm.
• Bulgarian reign and Arab threat.
5.- Pre-Macedonian readjustments (9th Century)
• New political establishments after Charlemagne’s coronation.
6.- Macedonian Dynasty (9th-11th centuries)
• Military recuperation.
• Centralization.
• Cultural peek.
External Pressure.
7.- Western Intervention: The Crusades (11th-13th centuries).
• German and pontifical policy on Byzantium.
• Creation of the Latin Reign of Jerusalem.
• The Italian costal republics.
• The Great Schism of the East.
• Normand and Aragonese expansion and western economic interest in the Middle
East.
• Latin Empire and “Greek states”.
8.- Asian Pressure (11th-15th Centuries)
• Unification work of Gengis Khan.
• Constitution of the Golden Horde: Alexander Nevsky and the Russian take-off
under the Mongol dominion.
• Mongol Islamization under Tamerlan.
• Ottoman substitution of the seleucian rule in Asia Minor.
• The Turkish Sultanate and the expansion to the Balkans and Mesopotamia.
Byzantine Crisis and Turkish Absorption.
9.- Civil Wars in Byzantium (13th-15th Centuries)
• Paleologists and social disturbances.
• Ottoman conquest.
• Russian Orthodoxy, cultural inheritance of Byzantium.
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HISTORIA DEL MUNDO ACTUAL I
Current World History I)
11901 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
1) The basis of today´s world.
2) New World order and cold war.
3) Capitalism advancement.
4) Decolonisation and birth of the 3rd world.
5) Western Democracy
6) Socialist System.
7) Ibero-american World.
8) The end of uncertainties.
1. Conference of Yalta and Potsdam.
2. The world after the war. Cold war and the birth of the Bipolar system Korean war,
Vietnam war.
3. Reconstruction process.
4. National Emancipation, 3rd world and non alliance countries.
5. European construction, social political evolution.
6. Socialist economy. End of the century and the definition of the international new order.
7. Islam. The development of the new national states. Arabic world.
8. The end of uncertainly and questioning suspicious things.
HISTORIA DEL MUNDO ACTUAL II
Current World History II
(Spain 1939-2000) )
11902 (Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
This class covers Spain from the beginning of Franco´s reign to the present day. It
analyzes Francoism, covering his characteristics of his regime, his exercise of power, his
institutions and the opposition. Within the political history, is the foundation of the
regimen, and his attempts to develop Spain economically without abandoning his
characteristic absolute power. This course also analyzes the outside politics during the
Second World War, and its relation to Spain. The last topic this course analyzes within the
Franco regime is the Social Structure and conflict during his time in power, and how
different parties such as democratic and communist began their existence.
Following Franco´s reign, we have the reign of King Juan Carlos I, who aided the
transformation of Spain to a fully democratized country. In this section are the following
topics: Political System, Constitution of 1978, Autonomous Communities of Spain, the
Socialist Party, the outside world and its relations with the newly democratized Spain, the
new economy, Spain in the European Union, and finally the social structure.
My form of evaluation consists of a final exam, which counts for 2/3 of my grade and two
quizzes which cover the remaining 1/3 of my grade.
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HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA (SIGLOS XIX Y XX)
Economical History of Spain (19th and 20th Centuries)
12327 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
1. The contemporary economic history of Spain.
-The dissolution of the old regime and the liberal revolution. The transformation of
ownership : dissolution of control by the people. The free market. The reform of
management and the public.
-The times of economic organization of Spain in the 19th & 20th centuries. Spain in the
international context.
-The economic history of contemporary Spain.
th
19 Century
2. The population.
3. Agriculture, the cattle and fishing industries.
4. Industry.
5. Transport and commerce.
6. Money and banking.
7. The role of the state.
20th Century
8. The population.
9. Agriculture, the cattle and fishing industries.
10. Energy and industries.
11. Transport and commerce.
12. Money and banking.
13. The role of the state.
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HISTORIA MEDIEVAL I
Medieval History I
11744 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of European history in the early Middle Ages. Territorial desarticulation of the
Roman Empire substituted by Germanic monarchies creating a new political order. The
growth of the Byzantine Empire and Islam. Occidental Europe structured around the
Carolinian Empire followed by a series of feudal monarchies when the empire disappeared.
The Byzantine Empire, a Greek empire that consolidates its existence against Islam, with
the new Islamic expansion. The Islam, a third empire whose inner diversity and
movements prevent it from a bigger development.
HISTORIA MEDIEVAL II
Medieval History II
11745 (Second semester: Spring) (Fisrt and Second Year) (First Cycle)
History of Europe in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. Cultural development and theological
philosophic problems in those times. The development of the monarchies in the 13th
century. Demographic, economic, politic and spiritual crisis of the 14th century. End of the
“respublica christiana” and European conscience. Spiritual reform and strengthening of the
monarchy during the 15th century. Development of a powerful aristocracy. The German
empire.
HISTORIA MODERNA I: ALTA EDAD MODERNA
Modern History I
12196 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of human past in its diverse aspects during the early Modern Ages, with special
reference to modern history of Spain.
Study of human past in its diverse aspects during the early Modern Ages, with special
reference to modern history of Spain.
From the end of the crises of the lower Middle Ages, with the overcoming of its material,
demographic and political disorder, we grapple with the process of developing Modern
Europe. At the same time, we distinguish two key points: an expansion between the years
(1450-1560) in the form of economic and overseas expansion, the crises of the medieval
vision of the Universe and the creation of modern monarchies, and another depression
(1560-1660) whose features would be a different crises, the birth of Baroque, and the
scientific revolution and the 30 years war that brings a new order to the political
formations of the Old World.
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HISTORIA MODERNA II: BAJA EDAD MODERNA
Modern History II
12201 (Second semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of the process of change and continuity in Europe from the end of the Thirty
Years War until the beginning of the French Revolution.
Program:
• Agrarian Change and Commercial revolution.
• Absolutism and its alternatives.
• European crisis of consciousness.
• Culture of the Enlightenment.
• Economic Expansion in the 18th Century and its contradictions.
• Europe at the end of the 18th Century
Bibliography:
The Age of Absolutism, Duchhardt, H.
The 17th Century, Munck
The 18th Century, Black, J.
HISTORIA RURAL EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
Rural history in the Medieval Age I
12250 (First Semester: fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Rural Economy and society in the High Medieval Age (V to XII centuries).
HISTORIA Y GÉNERO DURANTE LA EDAD CONTEMPORÁNEA
History and Gender in Current History
12326 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Analysis the concept of gender
Course Description:
Analysis of the relations between the sexes during the 15th – 18th centuries in Europe
(with special reference to Spain).
Themes:
1. Gender
2. Patriarchal Society
3. Biology
4. Public participation and Citizenship
5. Education and identity
6. Family Space and the Outside World
Organization of Work
IGLESIA Y RELIGIOSIDAD EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age I
12257 (Second Semester: spring) (elective) (Second Cycle)
Study of church and spiritual life in the Low Medieval Age (XIII to XV centuries).
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Church and Religiosity in the Middle Ages I
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Second Cycle)
Program:
INTRODUCTION
1.
Origins of the Church and Christian religiosities (centuries I-III)
CHURCH
2.
3.
4.
The Church of the Empire (centuries IV-VIII)
The Church and the Empire (centuries IX-XI)
The Church against the Empire (centuries XI-XII)
RELIGIOSITY
5.
6.
Piety and precept: Sacramental practice and eschatological beliefs
Spirituality and Mysticism
IGLESIA Y RELIGIOSIDA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
Church and religiosity in the middle ages
A. INTRODUCTION
1. Origins of the church and Christian religiosity
Christian religion in a phenomenological perspective
Christian movements and the triumph of The Great Church
Christianity’s early heterogeneity
The victory of “orthodoxy”: strategy and constitution of The Great Church
B. CHURCH
2. The empire’s Church
The “Giro Constantiniano” (adoption of Christianity by the Roman Empire)
The construction of The Imperial Church
Orthodoxy and the formulation of Christian dogma
The world of dissidence
Heterodoxy and its manifestations
Origins and initial development of monasticism
Origins and initial development of the Roma pontificate
3. The Church and empire
The Carolingian church
The independence of the Roman Church
The religious-cultural significance of the Carolingian empire
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The great ecclesiastic crisis the X century
The byzantine church and the Oriental Schism
4. The Church head to head with empire
From the necessity of the church’s “reform” to the reality of Christendom’s expansion
“Reform” of the Church in the XI century
The Pax Dei movement
Papal leadership: the “Gregorian reform” and the “investiture contest”
The expansion of Christianity in the XII century: monastic, intellectual, territorial and politicalideological renewal
The clash for “dominium mundi” and the defense of libertas ecclesiae
C. RELIGIOSITY
5. Mercy and precept: sacramental practice and eschatological beliefs
Levels of religiosity
The liturgical-devotional system: sacramental practice
Popular religiosity and “superstitions”
The system of eschatological beliefs: the geography of “the beyond”
6. Spirituality and mysticism
The oriental mystic of the Pseudo-Dionysus
Saint Benito’s monastic spirituality
The Cistercian Order’s reformed spirituality
Saint Bernard’s military spirituality
Hildegard de Bingen’s apocalyptic vision
7.
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IGLESIA Y RELIGIOSIDAD EN LA EDAD MEDIA II
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age II
12258 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about church and spiritual life in the Low Medieval Age (XIII to XV
Centuries)
IMPERIO Y MONARQUÍA EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
Empire and Monarchy in the Medieval Age I
12254 (second Semester: spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Theory, Institutions and relations of power in the Low Medieval Age.
IMPERIO PORTUGUÉS, EL
The Portuguese Empire
12303 (second Semester: spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
The Portuguese colonization in Africa, India and America, economic cycles. Introduction
Portugal and the beginning of the Atlantic expansion
The configuration of the Eastern region: “Occupation of India”
The organization of the empire
Portugal in America
The Portuguese Brazil
Loss of hegemony in Asia and consolidation in America
The reforms of Pombal
Centralism and Enlightenment
The independence of Brazil and the African and Asian possessions
INQUISICIÓN, IGLESIA Y MONARQUÍA
Inquisition, Church and Monarchy
12295 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Libre Configuración)
1.- The medieval origins of the Inquisition.
2.- Birth and Evolution of the Spanish Inquisition (1478-1834)
2.1. The Jewish-convert problem and the birth of the Inquisition (1478-1550).
2.2. Confessionalism and Inquisition (1550-1700).
2.3. Enlightenment and Inquisition.
3.- The complicated jurisdiction of the Inquisition.
3.- La complicated jurisdiction of the Inquisition.
4.- Organization of the Inquisitorial government.
5.- The finance of the Inquisition.
6.- the Inquisitiorial intervention / process.
7.- Inquisition and society.
8.- Myth and reality of the Spanish Inquisition.
INTRODUCCIÓN AL ESTUDIO HISTÓRICO DE LOS SISTEMAS POLÍTICOS
Introduction to the Historical Study of Political Systems
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11763 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Analysis of the main juridical and political concepts regarding the actors and structure of
the political process.
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA SOCIEDAD INTERNACIONAL CONTEMPORÁNEA
Introduction to the Contemporary International Society
11762 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course) (First Cycle)
There are two objectives to this course. One part is to familiarize the student with the most
useful and often used elements of international politics. The other is to bring to light the
evolution (historically speaking) of world politics within the sphere of contemporary
international relations.
Part I: Introduction,
Part II. Actors in world politics.
Part III. The reorganization of the world after WWII
Part IV.- International Society after WWII
Part V.- A new world order.
MADRID, HISTORIA COMPARADA DE UNA CAPITAL
Madrid, Comparative History of a Capital
Oferta Específica
14992 (Elective Course)
(Second Semester)
The city and the monarchy:
The cities in the Old Regime. The role of the cities in the Modern Age. Development and arrival of the monarchy.
The house of the king and the patrimony of the crown. The institutions of the government. The administration. The city
plan of the monarchy.
European Capitals:
Paris en the Middle Ages: Church, crown, university. Paris, a capital for a state. Urban reforms and organization of
the city en the 1600s. Lisbon, capital of a colonial empire. The new Lisbon of the 18th century. The rise of London from the
middle of the 16th century. London, economic capital: the articulation of the English economy. Renaissance and Baroque
Rome: the capital of Catholicism.
Madrid locating of the monarchy:
Early Medieval Madrid. The monarchy in Madrid: 1561. Impact on the city and its territory. Urban rise. The social
transformations.
Madrid Monarchy Baroque:
New image of the city and its ideological justification. The peak of the rise. Urban reforms: Plaza Mayor and the
palace of Buen Retiro. The city´s convents. The social elites. A new Babylonia…
Madrid City of the Court. The 18th century:
The new rise. Urban reforms: sanitary and ornamentation. New endowments and institutions. Reordering of the
city. Palace constructions. The privileged and marginalized.
Madrid capital of the liberal state:
The reforms of the first half of the century. The rise of the second half. The plan of Ensanche (Extension).
Infrastructures. The new endowments. Ecclesiastic revitalization: The charity. The image and customs of the city.
Government and Society:
The municipal government and the impact of the monarchy. Dynamic of the population: Growth and immigration.
The supplies of the city. Powerful elites, social elites. Church and clergy. Merchants, craftsmen, and marginalized. The
society and its institutions. Representation and festivities.
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MÉTODOS Y TÉCNICAS I (ANÁLISIS DE FUENTES HISTÓRICAS)
Methods and Techniques I (Analysis oh historic data)
12206 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Studies about the principal methods and techniques for getting the learning about ancient periods.
MÉTODOS Y TÉCNICAS II (MÉTODOS CUANTITATIVOS PARA
HISTORIADORES)
Methods and techniques II (Quantitative methods for historians)
12207 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about principal methods and techniques for getting the knowledge of the ancient periods.
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NACIONALISMOS Y EL MUNDO CONTEMPORÁNEO, LOS
Nationalisms and contemporary world))
12334 (first Semester: fall) (elective, Second Cycle)
The concepts of “nation” “nationalism” and “state-nation” with their interpretations and
various applications, they result in inevitable conductive threads for the comprehension of
contemporary History and the world of today. The course seeks to establish some
foundations of historical theory in order to arrive at an understanding of the configuration
of the identity “national” of the societies.
Program:
1. Nationalism in the change of the millennium. Description and theory of the concepts
“nationality”, “Nationalism”, and “nation”. The national power. Unitary national federal
nation.
2. The political concept of nation. Description and theory. The models: A) France: Nation
and Revolution. B) The United States and the “democratic nation”. C) Spain and nation.
3. The cultural concept of Nation. Description and theory. The models: a) The German
Nation. B) The Basque and Catalan nationalisms.
7.- Ireland, an anticolonial nationalism.
From Russian continental Empire
The Balkans: Turkish heritage. From the Empire of domination to the ethnic
intertwining.
PRE Y PROTOHISTORIA DEL MUNDO MEDITERRÁNEO
(Pre and proto-history of the Mediterranean)
11753 (first Semester: fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
An analysis of the development Mediterranean populations from the first settlements in the
Mare Nostrum basin to the appearance of the pre-state societies at the end of the 2nd
millennium BC and beginning of the 1st .
PREHISTORIA I
Prehistory I
11742 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Study of humanity in the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras, with special reference to prehistory
in Spain.
PREHISTORIA II
Prehistory II
11746 (Second semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Study of humanity in the Metal Ages and its incidence in the Iberian Peninsula.
PRIVILEGIO, NOBLEZA Y RÉGIMEN SEÑORIAL (SIGLOS XV-XVIII)
Privilege, Nobility and the Noble Regime (XV-XVIII Centuries)
12291(First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
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General characteristics and particular aspects of the European Nobility of the Ancient
Regime, pertinent to the basic fundamentals of their power and political protection, as
related through concepts such as their ideology, culture and lifestyle.
1.
Distribution of the Material
The birth of the feudal-cooperative society
The “Theory of Three Orders”; “States” and “People”; the States of the Ancient Regime;
Order, Stature and Class; The Grand Nobility, the Innnate Nobility, and the Civil or
Political Nobility.
2.
House, Family and Lineage: The Integral Elements
The Ancestral figure; names and titles; heraldry and the retention of Armed Forces;
organization and Governing of the Estate; Hierarchy and the Function of Positions;
administration, Spending and the Regional Parliament of the Nobility.
3.
Means of Material Power: Hierarchy and Wealth, Land and Nobles
Patrimony and the Leasing of Land; Constitutionalism and its Relation to the acquisition
of Land; the Administration of Feudal States; Primogenitures.
4.
Nobility, Aristocracy and Political power
Decision and Exercise of the Power of Jurisdiction; Nobility and the Municipal Court;
Parliament, Clientel and Faccions Located within; Viceroys, Ambassadors, and Military
Liasons in Interstate Relations.
5.
Ideology, Culture and Lifestyle
Rites of Passage; the Necropolos as an Integral Element of Lineage; Immaterial Culture;
Paternalism; The Roles of Women; Styles of Education; Libraries: Collection and
Masonry.
6.
Liberal Revolution and the Crisis of the Nobility.
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PROTOHISTORIA DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA
Península Iberica Protohistory
12222 (first semester: fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Archaeological study of protohistorical cultures in peninsula Iberica.
RELIGIÓN, POLÍTICA Y TOLERANCIA EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Religion, Politics and Tolerance in Modern Europe
11755 (Second semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
The study of confesionalism understood as the fragmentation of medieval Christianity
divided into three important divisions: Lutheran Churches, Calvinist churches, and the
Roman Catholic Church. Each group formed a highly organized religious structure that
tended to focus on the vision of the world in respect to the individual, the state and society,
applying strict political laws and moral codes. Under these circumstances it is not difficult
to imagine a Europe living under intolerance and religious war.
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TERRITORIOS DE LA MONARQUÍA CATÓLICA
TERRITORIES OF THE CATHOLIC MONARCHS
12866 (Second Semester: Spring) (elective ,Second Cycle)
The integration of the Catholic Monarchs (16-17 Centuries)
The integration of Portugal (1.580-1.640)
I. Introduction. The Monarchy and the kingdoms.
The Catholic Monarchy. The political map of the Monarchy. Legitimisation and
constitutionalization of the monarchy. The monarchy and the respect of the particular
orderings.
II. Dynastic crisis and political controversy in 1580: the succession of Portugal.
The juridical question of the right to the throne of Avis. Dynastic alliances between the
Houses of Avis and Hapsburgh. Don Antonio, the bastard son. The candidacy of the
Duchess Catalina de Braganza. The Portuguese national sentiment towards the “succession
of Portugal”. The defence of the dynastic rights of the candidacy of Felipe II. Castilian
opinion of the Filipo candidacy for the Portuguese throne.
III.
The Tomar Stature as an arbiter for Portugal
The courts of Tomar in 1581: between the pact and the royal favor. Heritage vs. conquest.
Aggregation vs. political union. The privileges of the nobles of the stature. The Portuguese
church. Mercantile interests in the Tomar Stature. The acceptance of Felipe II (Felipe II
king of Portugal).
IV.
Portugal in the politics of the Catholic Monarchy
Portugal, an integral piece of the international framework. The ideal defense of the closed
province. Portugal as an “occasion of aggressive war”. The East Indies and the African
conquests, the anti- Turk action. New relationships between the Catholic Monarchy and
Northern powers.
V.
The Asturian government and the modernization of the Portuguese political
constitution.
Constitutional aspects. The communication between the king and the kingdom. Justice and
government. Pecunia nervius rerum. The imposition of a modern financial structure.
VI.
The opposition in the filipo period.
Stability and decomposition. General assessment of the anti-Spain movement. The popular
rebellion of the decade of 1630 and the “laceraciones” of Evora in 1637, geographic areas
and the chronology of the uprisings. The ideology of the popular protest. The monarch as a
Judicial King. The injust ministers. The position of the ecclesiastical hierarchy. The
omission of the nobles. The Evora rebellion as a rebellion against sovereignty. Regression
and negotiations.
VII.
Crisis of the Tomar Spirit and the Braganza Restoration.
The anti-aggregation action. The politics of Olivares. The Restoration. The war of
Restoration. Diplomacy of the Restoration. The elaboration of the Portuguese national
sentiment for the Braganza Restoration.
VIII. Conclusion. Failure of the Catholic Politics and the archaeology of the Restoration.
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VIDA MATERIAL Y PRIVADA EN LA EDAD MEDIA
Material and private Life in the Medieval Age
12256 (First semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Material and quotidian culture in medieval age.
I. The scope of the field
I.1.- The Castle.
- The knights: “Noble” activities of the armed man: Tournaments and War.
- The hardships.
- The violent knights.
- The daily life of the knights. Living spaces and forms of life.
- The culture associated with this field.
I.2.- The Monastery
- Historical view.
- The monastic family.
- Living space.
- Daily life.
I.3.- The countryside
- The environment.
- The farmer in the Middle.
- The cycles of nature: life.
Perception of nature.
I.4.- The City
- the environment.
- The appearance of the cities.
- The reconstructed cities: private and public spaces.
- The crafts space.
- To live in the city
- To die in the city.
II.- The People
II.1.- The World of feelings.
- The protagonists: men and women in the texts.
- Contact with love in the Medieval Age: Intellectual Theoretic Love.
- Marriage: A question of contract.
- Sexuality: Heterosexuals and homosexuals. Prohibited worlds and practiced worlds.
II.2.- The fears; God´s times.
II.3.- The outcasts: those without love.
VIOLENCIA, CONFLICTOS SOCIALES Y REVUELTAS POPULARES EN LA
EDAD MODERNA
Violence, social conflicts and popular revolutions in Modern Age
12287 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (History)
Analysis of the social change and the process in these conflicts.
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HISTORIA Y CIENCIAS DE LA MÚSICA
MUSIC
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/historiamusica.html
Licenciatura en Historia y Ciencias de la Música
Complementos de Formación
Código
Asignatura
15286
Estructuras del Lenguaje Musical
15287
Historia de los Estilos Musicales
12828
Latín I
12844
Latín II
14341
Arte del Alto Renacimiento
14349
Arte del Barroco
14342
Arte del Siglo XIX
14383
Arte de las vanguardias históricas
14241
Historia de la Filosofía Moderna I
14242
Historia de la Filosofía Moderna II
11251
Historia de las Ideas Estéticas I
11743
Historia Antigua I
11747
Historia Antigua II
11744
Historia Medieval I
11745
Historia Medieval II
12196
Historia Moderna I
12201
Historia Moderna II
12198
Historia Contemporánea I
12199
Historia Contemporánea II
12202
Historia Contemporánea III
11810
Literatura Española I
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
14724
Etnomusicología
14725
Historia del Pensamiento Musical
14726
Historia de la Música: Edad Media y Renacimiento
14727
Historia de la Música: siglos XVII-XVIII
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14728
Historia de la Notación y Técnicas Editoriales
14729
Métodos y Técnicas de Investigación Musical
14730
Análisis Musical: Edad Media y Renacimiento
14731
Estética General y de la Música
2010
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
14732
Historia de la Música: siglo XIX
14733
Historia de la Música: siglo XX
14734
Patrimonio Musical Español e Iberoamericano
14735
Tecnología Musical. Organología y Acústica
14736
Análisis Musical: siglos XVII y XVIII
14737
Análisis Musical: siglos XIX y XX
14738
Didáctica de la Música
14739
Prácticum
Optativas
Código
Asignatura
14741
Música en los Medios Audiovisuales
14742
Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la música
14746
Seminario Monográfico: Iconografía Musical
14748
Historia de la Música Popular
14754
Desarrollo Curricular y Materiales de la Enseñanza
en Secundaria
14756
Agrupaciones Musicales
14740
Historia y Análisis de la Música Teatral
14753
Taller de Creación Musical
DESARROLLO DEL COMPORTAMIENTO MUSICAL
Development of Musical Behaviour
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo de Historia y Ciencias de la Música
14754 First Semester Fall
Profa. Maravillas Corbalán Abellán
1.- Aims:
a) To reflect on the components of musical behaviour, in terms of anthropology,
neurology, psychology sociology and pedagogy.
b) To understand the relationship and influences between musical development and other
developmental aspects (cognitive, psychomotor, sensorial and social)
2.- Course content:
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a) Music and Psychology.
b) Musical behaviour
c) Developmental aspects of musical behaviour
d) Music as an Integrator of various human capacities.
e) The relationship between musical development and pedagogy: practical applications.
3.- Methodology and Activities:
Readings, commentary and discussion of selected literature; audiovisual documents;
musical listening examples; practical activities pertaining to musical diagnosis and
dialectics; lectures by subject specialists.
HISTORIA DE LA MÚSICA POPULAR
History of Popular Music
14748 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective) (Second Cycle)
Profesora Joaquina Labajo
Objectives
- This course attempts to approach the concept of ¨Popular Music¨ from the perspective
of a cultural analysis of its manifestations in diverse social and political environments, as
well as diverse cultures.
- To reflect upon the role of determined elements and modes of expression in the
communication of music, and the manners in which popular music is able to grant access
to wide and varied audiences. Also to explore the changes that have taken place throughout
the history of popular music.
- To provide the student with the basic concepts that will permit them to analyze and
value the importance of popular music in the history of musical creation.
- To recognize the importance of popular music as seen through documentary sources to
study the culture, history, and anthropology of popular music.
Methods
- Theoretical explanations of the needed skills and contents.
- Comment on and discuss the different assigned readings
- Analysis of audiovisual documents and recorded information
- Expositions and essays on the part of the student based upon the general course of study
Contents
- Introduction to the concept of ¨Popular Music¨
- Approximation of the history of popular music in different contexts
- Rituals of the past and present. Traditions and changes
- Treatment of the voice and musical instruments throughout the history of music
- Popular ¨Urban¨ music
- Actual processes in popular music: Globalization and local music. Studies of concrete
cases as well as principal debates and alternative proposals in the realm of popular music
Evaluation
- Written explanations and opinions of class readings. Oral comments during class
discussions and lectures.
- Oral presentation and essay of a topic chosen by the student within the realm of popular
music
- Development in depth of a determined field of study within popular music through
written essay
- Class participation through active contribution to classroom activities
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- Continued evaluation of the contents and skills utilized. For example, the technical
vocabulary, demonstrated work, and classroom attitude of the student
HISTORIA DE LA MÚSICA: SIGLO XX
History of Music: 20th Century
14733 (4th Year) (Second Cycle)
Course Syllabus
Prif.:Dr. Alfredo Aracil
1. Technological and social changes in 20th century music. Esthetic changes: the
rhythm, the timbre, new scales and new sounds, the formal organization.
2. Music until World War I. Paris and the Russian Ballets. Expressionism in Vienna and
central Europe. Ives, Scriabin, the Italian Futurists.
3. New music with popular roots. The influence of urban folklore. Anti-romanticism
Anti
y
New Objectivity. Neoclasicism.
4. Dodecaphonism. Microtonality. First electric instruments. New forms of
organization.
5. Post-romanticisms,
romanticisms, Post-impressionisms,
Post impressionisms, Eclecticism. Soviet, American, German,
Spanish Conservadurism.
6. Integral serialism and structuralism from World War II. Randomness and
indetermination.
7. Happenings, Neo-Dada
Neo Dada and Fluxus. Gestualism and theater. Conceptual music.
Alternatives from music-music:
music music: Minimalism, Music of clouds or statistic music, spectral
music, new eclecticisms. Graphic music. Improvisa
Improvisation.
8. Electro-acoustic
acoustic music. Applied music: radio, film, advertisement, multimedia. Jazz,
rock and pop music.
9. Mysticism and new spirituality. Neo-expressivity.
Neo expressivity. Music over musics. Music and
environment.
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ART HISTORY
HISTORIA DEL ARTE
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/historiaarte.html
Licenciatura en Historia del Arte
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Curso
Código Asignatura
11240
Teoría del Arte I
14644
Arte de Egipto y Próximo Oriente
12111
Arte Griego
14340
Arte de la Alta Edad Media
14341
Arte del Alto Renacimiento
14342
Arte del siglo XIX
14343
Técnicas Artísticas
14344
Arte Prehistórico y Primitivo
14345
Arte Islámico y Bizantino
14346
Arte del siglo XVI
14347
Arquitectura y Urbanismo de los siglos XIX y XX
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11246
Teoría del Arte II
12113
Arte Romano
14348
Arte Gótico
14349
Arte del Barroco
14383
Arte de las Vanguardias Históricas
14384
Conservación de Bienes Culturales
14385
Arte de la Tardía Antigüedad
14386
Arte Gótico Tardío
14387
Arte del siglo XVIII
14388
Arte de la Segunda Mitad del siglo XX
14389
Seminario Práctico de Historia del Arte I
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
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11249
Historia del Cine y de Otros Medios Audiovisuales I
11251
Historia de las Ideas Estéticas I
14390
Fuentes de Historia del Arte I: Literatura Artística
14391
Historia de la Música I: de la Edad Media al Barroco
14392
Arte Precolombino
14393
Historia de la Fotografía
14394
Arte Iberoamericano
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
14395
Fuentes de Historia del Arte II: Iconografía
14396
Historia de la Música II: del Clasicismo al s. XX
14397
Arte de Extremo Oriente
14398
Metodología de la Historia del Arte
14399
Historia del Diseño y de la Ilustración Gráfica
14400
Seminario Práctico de Historia del Arte II
14401
Historia del Cine y de Otros Medios Audiovisuales II
14402
Historia de las Ideas Estéticas II
Optativas
Código
Asignatura
Itinerario de Arte Antiguo y Medieval
14404
Artes figurativas de la Alta Edad Media
14405
Arquitectura y Artes Figurativas del Gótico
14406
Aspectos Histórico-Artísticos de la Antigüedad
14403
Arquitectura de la Alta Edad Media
Itinerario de Arte en la Edad Moderna
14410
Géneros figurativos del Arte de la Edad Moderna
14411
Los Lenguajes de la Arquitectura en la Edad Moderna
14412
Iconografía del Arte en la Edad Moderna
14413
Arte y Artistas de la Edad Moderna
14414
Arquitectura y Arquitectos en la Edad Moderna
14415
Clientela, Recepción y Crítica de Arte de la Edad Moderna
Itinerario de Arte Contemporáneo
14419
Movimientos y Figuras del Arte Contemporáneo
14421
Problemas y Conceptos del Arte Español
Contemporáneo
14422
Teorías Artísticas Contemporáneas
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Asignaturas comunes a los tres itinerarios
14425
Teoría de la Crítica Artística
14428
Los Géneros Musicales
14429
Las Formas Musicales
13410
Trabajo académicamente dirigido
ARTE DE LA ALTA EDAD MEDIA
Art of the Early Middle Ages
14340 (1st Year ) (First Cycle) (Second semester: spring)
1. The Middle Ages: concept, problems and method. The question of terminology: of the
significance of a nomenclature. The expression “Middle Ages” (Media tempora, Media
aetas, Medium aevum) – Chronological limits and periodization of the High Middle
Ages: the diffuse border with Late Antiquity. The styles of the High Middle Ages:
about the Pre-Romanesque concept.
2. The Carolingian Empire (I) – Historical and artistic introduction. The concept of the
Carolingian Renaissance. Architecture. Stational liturgy and ecclesiastic topography.
The basilica: Westernization and bipolarity. The “westwerk.” A space for relics: the
crypt. The central plant: Palatine and private chapels. The funerary church. The
monastery. The palace.
3. The Carolingian Empire (II) – FIGURATIVE ARTS. The Anchoritism of the Hispanic
clergy. The Byzantine iconoclasm and the imperial promise: the Libri Carolini de
Imaginibus. The image of its ornamental and didactic significance: the religious
message. The propaganda of power. Mural painting. Mosaic. Miniature. SUNTUARY
ARTS. Metal arts.
4. SPAIN OF THE CHRISTIAN NUCLEUS OF RESISTANCE. ARTE AND
ARCHITECHTURE EN THE ASTURIAN KINGDOM. Introduction: the crisis of the
invasion and the new geopolitical panorama. Of the “ordo gotorum” and its survival.
The building and its ornamentation. Architectural typologies. Alfonso II and the
ovetenses constructions. The ramirense art. A new neovisogothic reaction. The reign of
Alfonso II.
5. THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE: THE OTTONIAN ARTS – Historic and artistic
introduction. Periodization and chronology.
The renacatio imperii romanorum as
foundation for the Ottonian renaissance. Architecture: the central plan and the Ottonian
Basilica. COLOR ARTS: miniature and mural painting. SCULPTURE The genesis of
iconographic prototypes and plastic processes of Romanesque and Gothic sculpture. The
relief. Bernard and monumental bronzes of Saint Michael de Hildesheim. Imagination.
6. THE 10TH CENTURY AND THE HISPANIC KINGDOMS. ARTE OF THE
REPOPULATORS AND ARABS. Historic and artistic introduction. Geopolitical
panorama. About the nomenclature of art of this period. ARAB ART: Andalusia and
Toledo. REPOPULATION ART: Architecture. Restoration of old city and the
reutilization of Hispano-visogothic buildings and materials. The miniature. The origin:
the hispano-visogothic tradition. Scriptoria and illuminations. The works: the Beatos.
7. ROMANESQUE. INTRODUCTION. CONCEPT, PERIODIZATION AND
GENERAL QUESTIONS. The nomenclature. The term “Romanesque” and its
linguistic significance. Historical aspects. Problems of interpretation. Periodization.
Chronology and geographic extension. The “Romanesques” the first restricted
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Romanesque style to the universalism of developed Romanesque. The late Romanesque:
mutations and coexistence. An ambiguous stylistic definition for the figurative arts.
Historical and social factors. Pilgrimages and migrations. Architecture: unifier of the
arts. The church. The monastery. Figurative Arts: the iconography of the symbol and its
message. Monumental sculpture. Arts of color and images of devotion.
8. THE FIRST ROMANESQUE.
The concept. ARCHITECTURE.
The new
topography of the temple. Geography of architecture of the first Romanesque: the north
of Italy, Borgona, Normandy and the Spanish states. FIGURATIVE ARTS. The
problematics of monumental sculpture. The studios of Rosellon.
9. FROM THE DEVELOPED ROMANESQUE TO THE LATE ROMANESQUE (I).
ARCHITECTURE. Political and artistic geography. The problem of regional schools.
The dominion of architectural techniques. The so called “churches of pilgrimages”:
Saint Martin de Tours, Saint Marcial de Limoges, Santa Fe de Conques, San Semin of
Toulouse, Santiago de Compostela.
The concept of the pilgrimage church.
Characteristics and structures.
10. FROM THE DEVELOPED ROMANESQUE TO THE LATE ROMANESQUE (II).
Sculpture. The entrance and the cloister. The mural painting. Francie: Catalan murals
and castellano-leoneses manifestations. The painting on wood: the altar. Miniature.
The illustration of new books. The Carolingian tradition and the Saxon influence.
Sumptuary arts: metal work and enamels: the workshops of Limoges.
ARTE EN LA SEGUNDA MITAD DEL SIGLO XX
ART IN THE 2ND HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY
14388 (2nd Year) (First Cycle) (Second semester: spring)
This class is an introduction to the main principles and figures in the art world in the
period beginning at the end of the Second World War and continuing today. The class
will offer a panoramic view while being critical and selective. It will attempt to provide
criteria and information necessary to understand the most recent period in art history.
Course:
1,.- The new art scene following WWII: abstract expressionism.
2.- European informalism and the Japanese group Gutai.
3.- Spanish informalism in the international context.
4.- Postpictoral abstraction to minimal art
5.- “Post minimalism” and “antiform”. Cinema art and luminous art.
6.- Pop art and the “new realism”
7.- Andy Warhol
8.- Art Povera and Land Art
9.- Conceptual art
10.- The body and action: happenings, fluxus, body art, vieviese actionism, performance
art.
11.- Joseph Beuys
12.- “Post modern” art and the return to painting.
13.- Projections and sound art. Video art. Installations.
14.- Art in Spain in the beginning of the 21st century.
Evaluations: At the end of the course, students will take a written exam relating to the
information learned in class. More than the overabundance of information, the professor
will value the clarity of the ideas and conciseness of expression.
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ARQUITECTURA Y URBANISMO DE LOS SIGLOS XIX Y XX
Architecture and urbanism in the 19th and 20th centuries
14347 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the historic, social and representation problems of architecture and urbanism in
the 19th and 20th century.
For the 20th century, the development of this course focuses on the understanding of the
main works and history of Spanish Modernist architecture (with a special focus on
Cataluña), through the study of the principle architects especially Gaudí.
1.- Introduction.
2.- Panorama of the architecture from the end of the century.
3.- Cultural Renaissance in Cataluña.
4.- The political architects: the work of Luís Doménech I Montaner and Josep Puig I
Cadafalch.
5.- Youth and education of Gaudí.
6.- Sources of inspiration for Gaudí.
7.- The trajectory and evolution of Gaudí: ideas, unrealised projects and analysis of his
works.
8.- Gaudí´s fantastical, structural and special contributions.
9.- The circle of architects and other artists en the atmosphere of Gaudí: the case of Josep
María Pujol.
10.- Gaudí forgotten and remembered. His influence on contemporary artists.
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ARTE BIZANTINO E ISLÁMICO
BYZANTINE AND ISLAMIC ART
14345 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
1) First manifestations, political and religious. Artistic synthesis.
2) The iconoclastic era in Byzantine: the artistic figures and architecture.
3) The “Golden Age” of Byzantine Art. Architecture the “Nea Eclesia”, the monastery and
the palace.
4) Significance of the images, the iconographic panorama, mosaic, painting, miniatures
and icons.
5) Late Byzantine art. Evolution of the art forms during the division of the Empire.
6) Islam and its artistic forms under the Abbasi dynasty. Power and monumentality. The
Samaníes and Gaznavies in dependent dynasties.
7) Islam in North Africa: Tuluníes and Aglabíes. Origin and particularities of their forms.
8) The Fatimí and Cordoba caliphates. Cairo: tradition and innovation. The art of the
Omeyas and the Al-Andalucian. The taifa era in the disintegration of the Cordoba
Caliphates.
9) Islamic art in the East from the 11th Century. The Selyuqíes forms and the variant
Turkish dynasties.
Almohades and Almorávide art in North Africa and Al-Andalus. The art of the Nazareth
dynasty.
ARTE ISLÁMICO Y BIZANTINO
Islamic and Byzantine Art
Curso 1
(Second Semester:Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Program:
1.
2.
Problems of chronological frameworks and first manifestations of both cultures. Politico- religious aspects.
Byzantium in the iconoclastic period. The problem of images and their consequences. Architecture and plastic
arts.
3. Byzantium in the time of the Macedonians and Komnenians- Architecture: The “Nea Eclesia,” the monastery and
the palace
4. The significance of images- The iconographic program- mosaic, painting, miniature and icons- sumptuary arts
5. The so-called “Late Byzantine Art”- Persistence and evolution of forms after the division of the empire- local
variants
6. Islam and artistic forms under the Abbasids- power and monumentality
7. The independent dynasties of the Orient. The 9th century in the north of Africa. Tulunids and Aglabids
8. The two great caliphates of the 10th century: Fatimids and Umayyad- Cairo, tradition and innovation. The
peculiarities of Cordoba.
9. Islamic art after the 11th century- Seleucids and Mongols in the orient- Almoravids and Almohads in northern
Africa and al-Andalus
10. Islamic art in northern Africa and al-Andalus after the 13th century: Nasrids and Marinids- Mamelucs in Egypt
ARTE DE LAS VANGUARDIAS HISTÓRICAS
HISTORICAL AVANT-GARDE ART
14383
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
1. End of the World War and the birth of North American avant-garde. Can art
continue after the Holocaust?. Art of the American New Deal. The European exiles.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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American avant-garde. Modernism of Greenberg. Abstract Expressionism: Pollock,
Rothko, Kline. Mothervell, Gorky, De-kooning. The East Coast.
Reconstruction of European avant-garde: Expression, Abstraction and Informalism
in the 50s: School of Paris-Picasso. International Abstraction: Wols, Cobra, Hartung,
Sutherland and Burri.
Spanish avant-garde after Autarky: the tragic modernity. El Paso, Dau al Set, Tapies.
Climax and end of “Formal Modernism”. The American defense of radical
formalism: Greenberg and Fried. Minimalism: Continuity and Difference in
European formalism: Vasareli, Sempere, Chillida, Caro.
The reidealization and dematerialization of Art in the 60s and 70s: Conceptualisms,
Object Art, the Happening, Flux, Actionism, Situationalism.
The end of “Formal Modernism” in the 60s: Pop Art. Irony, Appropriation and
popular culture. Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol. The difference of
European Pop. British Pop: Hamilton and Jockney. Spanish Pop: Arroyo and Equipo
Cronica.
The Redefinition of sculpture in the 70s: The expanded camp of sculpture: Richard
Serra, R. Morris. The specific Site. The Land Art. Environments and Installations.
The New Public Art.
Art at the end of Art: the 80s. The fracture and explosion of avant-garde. Expansion
of the art Market. Return to painting. The Transvanguardists European. Post
minimalism. Neoconceptualism. New Critical Strategies: New public art, feminist
art, criticism of representation. Art of the 90s. Art as spectacle. The grand thematic
exhibitions. Art as ethnographic. Art and Identify. Art and new technologies.
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ARTE DE LAS VANGUARDIAS HISTÓRICAS
Historic avant-garde art
(Second semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of avant-garde manifestations, from Fauvism to Realism.
The course will develop following a common time, strengthened by the showing of
documentaries and with the comments of texts, in practice sessions, where slides will also
be shown. Also, there will be visits to the Reina Sofia Museum and to the ThyssenBornemisza Collection.
Method of Evaluation:
A final exam (theme- slides) will be the means of evaluation for this course. The
participation of the student in the practices and museum visits will be taken into
consideration.
Surrealism
1.- Surrealism and the plastic arts.
2.- Picasso and the Surrealism.
3.- Guernica.
4.- Miró: the sex of the star.
5.- Dalí
6.- Duchamp.
7.- Masson
8.- Surrealism and architecture.
ARTE DEL SIGLO XVI
16th Century Art
14346 ( Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
The complete consolidation of a new figurative system of representation and of the classic
architectural language takes place in the 16th century, as does its general diffusion
throughout Europe and America (at the time that some mannerist tendencies are generated
at its heart). The curriculum of the course is centered in the study of the general aspects
and particulars of this rich phase of Renaissance Art, in its different fields, schools, and
creators.
1) Art of the 1500´s - Renaissance and Mannerism. The diffusion of the Renaissance
throughout Europe.
2) Italian Architecture – The Restoration in Rome: Bramante and Rafael. Michelangelo.
Vignolo. Tuscan mannerism. The Venetian Renovation: from Sansovino to Palladio.
3) Italian Sculpture – Classicists and Mannerists. Michelangelo and his followers. Cellini
and Giambologna. Venetian sculpture Sansovino and Vittoria. Milan: Los Leoni.
4) Italian Painting – From Classicism to Romanism. Leonardo and the Leonardists. Rafael
and his school. Michelangelo and the painting of the Counterreformation. Venice: Bellini,
Giorgione and Tiziano.
5) French Art and Architecture – Art in the time of Francois I. The school of
Fontainebleau. Richard IV and classicism. Painting and sculpture.
6) Architecture and Art in the Netherlands – Painting: From Bosch to Brueghel. Italian
flamenco and the Amber School. Romanists and Mannerists. The portrait: A. Moro.
Architecture: from Dubroeucq to Key. Sculpture: from Floris to V. Vries.
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7) Art and Architecture in Northern and Central Europe – M. Grünewald. Durero. Art and
the Reformation. The school of Danubio. L. Cranach. Holbein and English painting.
Architecture, between the vernacular and Italianism. Sculpture.
8) Renaissance Architecture in Spain and Portugal - Gothic, manuelino and “plateresco”.
The current Italianization: from D. de Siloe to Vandelvira. Renaissance influence in
Portugal; D. de Torralva. Architecture in the time of Felipe II. El Escorial and Classicism.
Urbanism and architecture in Hispanoamerica during the 16th century.
9) Renaissance Painting in Spain and Portugal – From Berruguete and Borgoña to El
Greco. Painters of El Escorial. Principle centers and creators: Valencia, Sevilla, Aragón.
10) Sculpture in Spain and Portugal – Spain: B. Ordoñez, Siloé and Berruguete. Juan de
Juni and Gaspar Becerra. Los Leoni. Portugal: From N. Chanterene to Joao de Rouao.
ARTE GÓTICO
GOTHIC ART
14348 (First Semester: Fall) (2º Year) (1ºCycle)
Lesson 1
THE PROTO-GOTHIC: The concept of “proto-gothic” and the problematics of its
nomenclature. San Bernardo and Suger: two different mentalities. Reflections in
architecture.
Lesson 2
INTRODUCTION: The Historiography of the term gothic. Definitions. Geography.
History and chronology. The survival of the gothic in the XVI century and its continuity in
the revivals of the XVIII and XIX centuries.
Lesson 3
ARCHITECTURE: The cathedral as symbol. The great cathedrals of the island of France
and its irradiation to other geographic zones.
Lesson 4
ARCHITECTURE: The XIII century. The Reino de Castilla: French influence and native
elements. Gothic architecture in Great Britain: the value of the ornamental. The
specificity of Italian gothic.
Lesson 5
ARCHITECTURE: The supposed crisis of the XIV century. The southern Gothic. The
importance of the Reino de Aragon.
Lesson 6
SCULPTURE: The integration of architecture and sculpture. The façade of the temple
and its iconographic program. A new language in the plastic arts.
Lesson 7
SCULPTURE: The great facades of the French cathedrals of the XIII century. The XIV
century. Devotional and funerary sculpture. The art of the ducal courts.
Lesson 8
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PAINTING: The miniature and stained glass in France. The school of Avignon. The
international style. The miniature and the painting in England. The miniature and painting
in Spain.
Lesson 9
PINTURA: Italia. The continued life of the mosaic in the XIII century. The great painters
of the Duecento and the Recent.
Lesson 10
THE DECORATIVE ARTS: Concept of the decorative arts: its pre-eminant position in
the Medieval – ivories, tapestries, gold and silver works.
ARTE GÓTICO TARDÍO
LATE GOTHIC ART
14386 (Second Semester: Spring) (2º Year) (1º Cycle)
General study of the artistic medieval manifestations of the 15th Century.
1. 15th Century Europe, a panorama of history and culture. Artists and patrons and
artistic manifestations.
2. Civil architecture and religious architecture in Europe.
3. 15th Century architecture in the Iberian Peninsula, the Castilian crown, the crown of
Aragon.
4. European sculpture in the 15th Century.
5. The sculpture in the Iberian peninsula in the 15th Century.
6. The International Gothic style.
7. Primitive Flemish works.
8. International style in the Iberian Peninsula.
9. Spanish-Flemish painting.
10. Gold or Silver work and decorative arts.
ARTE GRIEGO
Greek Art
12111 (First Semester: Fall) (1st Year) (First Cycle)
1. Greek art. History, location, politics and images. The construction
of the nude.
2. Introduction to Greek iconography. Myth and reality. Art and
eroticism in the classical world.
3. Origin of the temple and of the first narrative programs.
4. Era of tyrants. The aristocratic man and morals.
5. First "democratic" art. Severe style.
6. The Acropolis of Athens. The Parthenon.
7. The problem of defining a style of classic sculpture.
8. Greek painting.
9. Artistic styles of IV century C.E.
10. Art and thought of the Hellenistic World.
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ARTE IBEROAMERICANO
Latin American Art
Curso 3
13394 (Second Semester: Springl) (3rd Year) (Second Cycle)
Program:
1.
2.
Introduction: Historiography, problems of the field
The 16th century in New Spain: continuity and rupture with the pre-Hispanic world: the indigenous artist, mural
painting, codices, feather art, the construction of mendicant monasteries.
3. The arrival of the first European artists
4. The presence of European art in Latin America. The artistic market and the issue of its influence on the
development of local art
5. The Galleon of Manila. Asia and America. Influences and innovations
6. The pictorial schools of the 17th century and their development towards their own identity
7. Construction of cities: convents, churches and cathedrals
8. The new pictorial genres: Art and innovation in the 18th century
9. Processes of localization: the historical painting and local identity
10. The social position of the artist: guilds and academies
ARTE PRECOLOMBINO
Pre-Columbian Art
14392 (First semester: Fall)
(Third Year Level) (Second Cycle)
1.- Introduction: Physical, ethnic and cultural conditions of Prehispanic America.
Presentation of periods and different areas. Pre-Columbian Art: Architecture, ceremonial
centers and forts. Sculpture and painting.
2.- Mesoamerica. Formative period. Olmecas “The Mother Civilization” of Mesoamerica.
3.- Classical Period: the city of Teotihuacan. The Zapotecs of Monte Albán. The totonacas
of El Tajín.
4.- Mayan civilization: the splendor of the classic era.
5.- Toltecas and Mayas. Toltecas.
6.- The great town of the Post-Classical Period: The Aztecs.
7.- The intermediate area: the cultures of San Agustín, Quimbaya and Muisca.
8.- The Andean area. The formative period; the Valdivia, Chorrera, Charín and Machaillla
cultures and the Wari Empire.
9.- The classic period in the Andes: Moche, Paracas, Nazen, Chimín and Tiaohuanaco
cultures.
10.- The post classic era in South America: the Incas.
CONSERVACIÓN DE BIENES CULTURALES
Conservation of Cultural Goods
14384 (Second Semester: Spring 07) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Profa.: Ana Ávila
1. The concept of a cultural wealth and cultural heritage
2. Classification of cultural wealth
3. Ownership and management of the Spanish historic heritage. Relevant
administrations: the state and advisory groups; the autonomous communities
local administrations.
4. Identification of cultural wealth: inventories and catalogues
5. Various levels of protection. Cultural wealth of Interest
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6. Donation and Conveyance: contributing factors to the enrichment of the cultural
heritage
7. The trafficking of cultural wealth: exportation, importation, and illegal trafficking
8. National Heritage
9. The museum and its functions
9.1 Funds (purchase, donation, conveyance, deposit, bequest)
9.2 Conservation
9.3 Research
.4 Exposition and the permanent collection
9.5 The temporary exposition
10. The church’s cultural heritage
11. European Heritage and global heritage
FUENTES DE LA HISTORIA DEL ARTE I
SOURCES OF HISTORY OF ART I
14390 (Second Semester: Spring) (Thrid Year) (Second Cycle)
FUENTES DE LA HISTORIA DEL ARTE II
14395 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
HISTORIA DE LA FOTOGRAFÍA
History of Photography I
14393 (First Semester: Fall) (Third year) (Second Cycle)
This course offers a general survey of the evolution of the history of photography in Spain,
from its origins to the present day, following the outline :
1. Pre-photographic antecedents and daguerreotypes.
2. The usurpation of the daguerreotype.
3. The photographic portrait until 1900.
4. Photographic reporting : the beginnings.
5. Pictorialism in Spain.
6. Crisis of the portrait and popular photography.
7. Photographic journalism. Reports of Las Hurdes (photography strong in its realism),
film and photography.
8. The 2nd Republic and the Civil War.
9. Spanish photography during the Franco years.
10. The renovation : Afal.
11. The 70’s and the Transition.
12. Current trends.
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HISTORIA DE LAS IDEAS ESTÉTICAS I
History of Aesthetic Thought I
11251 (First Semester: fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the aesthetic trends in their diverse degrees of abstraction and artistic, critical and
philosophical formulations, taking into account the cultural, historic and social contexts in
which they are produced.
HISTORIA DE LAS IDEAS ESTÉTICAS II
14402 History of Aesthetic Thought II
(Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the aesthetic trends in their diverse degrees of abstraction and artistic, critical and
philosophical formulations, taking into account the cultural, historic and social contexts in
which they are produced.
“HISTORIA DE LAS IDEAS ESTÉTICAS II “
HISTORY OF AESTHETIC IDEAS II
1. BAROQUE.
- Baroque and neo-baroque.
- The senses, passions, infinity, rationalism and triumphs.
- Rules/regulations and academia.
- Sharp wit and acuity: Baltasar Gracian.
- G.B. Vico: origin and purpose of art. Memory and cultural construction. “Universal fantástico”
2. ILLUSTRATION: THE AUTONOMY OF AESTHETICS.
- The question of taste. The search for the "aesthetic aptitude.” Pleasure, utility and emotion: from Hutcheson to
Hume.
- Aesthetic Experience and nature. The beauty through taste: grace, the picturesque, the sublime: Addison,
Burke.
- Diderot and the salons
- Baumgarten.
3. Idealism and Romanticism: the mediating role of the aesthetic dimension.
- Kant: contemplation and disinterest. The beautiful and the sublime. Genius and nature. Craftwork and fine arts.
Parerga. Taste and "distinction".
- Schiller's aesthetic education .- Hegel: natural beauty and artistic beauty. The death of art.
- The denial of an ideal: the ugly and sinister .
- Schopenhauer aesthetic experience as a consolation.
4. TRADITION AND INNOVATION.
- The institutionalization of art.
- The birth of art criticism.
- Academics, imitators, avant-garde.
- Baudelaire and modernity.
- Science and primitivism in critique of Impressionism.
- Nietzsche through the “Gay Science.”
5. AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE AND THE MASS MEDIA.
- The discomfort of culture.
- Production, fetishization, technical reproduction, post-production.
- Kitsch: high and low culture .
- Deconstructing new mythologies.
- The difference: politics of representation.
- Art in a relational space.
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CLASS REVIEWS AND DISCUSSIONS
Item 3: Eugenio Trias, The beautiful and sinister, Ariel, Barcelona, 2001.
Item 5: Fredric Jameson, "The cultural logic of late capitalism", in Postmodern Theory, Trotta, Madrid, 1996.
EVALUATION:
1) Book reviews (5,000 c / e, 2 pp. Ea.) mandatory: will be delivered via email and printed,
2) Discussion and general participation.
General Bibliography
ARGULLOL, R., Tres miradas sobre el arte, Icaria, Barcelona, 1985.
BOZAL, V. (ed), Historia de las ideas estéticas y de las teorías artísticas
contemporáneas, 2 vols., Visor, Madrid, 1996; ed. aumentada, 2000.
CALINESCU, M., Cinco caras de la modernidad. Modernismo, vanguardia,
decadencia, kitsch, posmodernismo, Tecnos "Metrópolis", Madrid, 1991.
ECO, U., Historia de la fealdad, Lumen, Barcelona, 2007.
JIMÉNEZ,J., Imágenes del hombre. Fundamentos de estética, Tecnos,
"Metrópolis", Madrid, 1986.
JIMENEZ, M., ¿Qué es la estética ?, Idea Books, Barcelona, 1999.
LYNCH, E., Sobre la belleza, Anaya, Madrid, 1999.
MARCHÁN FIZ,S., La estética en la cultura moderna, Alianza, Madrid, 1987.
NEUMANN, E., Mitos de artista, Tecnos, “Metrópolis”, Madrid, 1992.
SHINER, L., La invención del arte. Una historia cultural, Paidós Estética,
Barcelona, 2004.
TATARKIEWICZ, W., Historia de seis ideas. Arte, belleza, forma, creatividad,
mímesis, experiencia estética, Tecnos "Metrópolis", Madrid, 1987.
VALVERDE, J.M., Breve historia y antología de la estética, Ariel, Barcelona,1987.
VVAA, Fuentes y Documentos para la Historia del Arte, vols. V-VIII, G. Gili,
Barcelona, 1982 y 1983.
BIBLIOGRAFÍA BÁSICA Y ADICIONAL
TEMA 1
Anceschi, L., La idea del Barroco, Tecnos "Metrópolis", Madrid, 1991.
Barasch, M.,Teorías del arte. De Platón a Winckelmann, Alianza, Madrid, 1991.
Benevolo, L, La captura del infinito, Celeste, Madrid, 1994.
d'Ors, E., Lo Barroco, Tecnos "Metrópolis", Madrid, 1993.
García Hernández, B., Descartes y Plauto, Tecnos, Madrid, 1997.
GRACIÁN, B., Obras, Taurus, Madrid, 1983.
Maravall, J.A., La cultura del Barroco, Ariel, Barcelona, 6a ed. 1996.
POUSSIN, N., Cartas y consideraciones en torno al arte, Visor, Madrid, 1995.
Tatarkiewicz, W., Historia de la estética, vol. 3, Akal, Madrid, 1991.
VICO, G.B., Ciencia nueva, traducción e introducción de Rocío de la Villa, Tecnos,
"Metrópolis", Madrid, 1995.
TEMA 2
Assunto, R., Naturaleza y razón en la estética del setecientos, Visor, Madrid,
1989.
Assunto, R., La antigüedad como futuro, Visor, Madrid, 1990.
ADDISON, J., Los placeres de la imaginación, Visor, Madrid, 1991.
BURKE, E., Indagación filosófica acerca del origen de nuestras ideas acerca
del origen de nuestras ideas de lo bello y lo sublime, Tecnos "Metrópolis",
Madrid, 1987.
Crow, T.E., Pintura y sociedad en el París del siglo XVIII, Nerea, Madrid, 1989.
Dickie, G., El siglo del gusto. La odisea filosófica del gusto en el siglo XVIII,
Visor, Madrid, 2003.
DIDEROT, D., Escritos sobre arte, Ed. Siruela, Madrid, 1994.
Fried, M., El lugar del espectador. Estética y orígenes de la pintura moderna,
Visor, “La balsa de la Medusa”, Madrid, 2000.
GILPIN, W., Tres ensayos sobre la belleza pintoresca, Abada Ed., Madrid, 2004.
HUTCHESON, F., Una investigación sobre el origen de nuestra idea de belleza,
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Tecnos, Madrid, 1992.
Jarque, V. y Terrasa, C. (eds.), Poesía y verdad. Sobre la estética entre la
Ilustración y el Romanticismo, Alba, Barcelona, 1999.
LESSING, G.E., Laocoonte, Editora Nacional, Madrid, 1977.
Marí, A., Euforión,Tecnos "Metrópolis",Madrid,1989.
Seoane, J., La política moral del Rococó. Arte y cultura en los orígenes del
mundo moderno, Visor, “La balsa de la Medusa”, Madrid, 2000.
Villa, R. de la, “El origen de la crítica de arte y los Salones”, en A.M. Guasch (ed),
La crítica de arte. Historia, teoría y praxis, Ediciones del Serbal, Barcelona, 2003.
TEMA 3
Argullol, R., La atracción del abismo, Destino, Barcelona, 1993.
Arnaldo, J., Fragmentos para una teoría romántica del arte, Tecnos, Madrid,
1987.
Arnaldo, J., Estilo y naturaleza. La obra de arte en el romanticismo alemán,
Visor, Madrid, 1990.
Bourdieu, P., “Post-scriptum. Elementos para una crítica ‘vulgar’ de las críticas
‘puras’”, La distinción. Criterio y bases sociales del gusto, Taurus, Madrid, 1988.
D ‘Angelo, P., La estética del romanticismo, Visor, Madrid, 1999.
D’Angelo, P. y Duque, F., La religión de la pintura. Escritos de filosofía
romántica del arte, Akal, Madrid, 1999.
Franzini, Elio, La estética del siglo XVIII, Visor, Madrid, 2000.
GOETHE, J.W., Escritos de arte, Síntesis, Madrid, 1999.
Jiménez, J., "Bloch, Marcuse y la 'filosofía clásica alemana'", en La estética como
utopía antropológica, Tecnos, Madrid, 1983.
KANT, I., Crítica del juicio, Espasa Calpe, Madrid, 1977/ Crítica del
discernimiento, Antonio Machado, Madrid, 2003.
Marí, A., El entusiasmo y la quietud. Antología del romanticismo alemán,
Tusquets, Barcelona, 1979.
Paz, A. De, La revolución romántica, Tecnos, Madrid, 1992.
HEGEL, G.W.F., Lecciones sobre estética, Akal, Madrid, 1989.
SCHILLER, F., Cartas sobre la educación estética del hombre. Escritos sobre
estética, Tecnos, Madrid, 1990.
SCHOPENHAUER, A., La estética del pesimismo, Labor, Barcelona, 1976.
ROSENKRANTZ, K., Estética de lo feo, Julio Ollero, Madrid, 1992.
TEMA 4
Calvo Serraller, F., La novela del artista, Mondadori, Madrid, 1990.
BAUDELAIRE. Ch., Salones y otros escritos sobre arte, Visor, Madrid, 1996.
Bollon, P., Rebeldía de la máscara, Espasa, Madrid, 1992.
Berman, M., Todo lo sólido se desvanece en el aire. La experiencia de la
modernidad, Siglo XXI, Madrid, 1988.
DELACROIX, E., El puente de la visión. Antología de los Diarios, Tecnos
"Metrópolis", Madrid, 1987.
NIETZSCHE, F., La Gaya Ciencia, Akal, Madrid, 1988.
NIETZSCHE, F., Estética y teoría de las artes, Tecnos “Metrópolis”, Madrid, 1999.
Solana, G., El Impresionismo: la visión original, Siruela, Madrid, 1997.
TEMA 5
ADORNO, T.W., y Horkheimer, M., “La industria cultural. Ilustración como engaño
de masas”, Dialéctica de la Ilustración, Trotta, Madrid, 2001.
BARTHES, R., “El mito, hoy”, Mitologías, Siglo XXI, Madrid, 2005.
Battcock, G. (ed.), La idea como arte. Documentos sobre arte conceptual,
Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 1977.
BAUDRILLARD, J., El crimen perfecto, Anagrama, Barcelona, 1996.
BENJAMIN, W., "La obra de arte en la época de su reproductibilidad técnica", en
Discursos interrumpidos I,Taurus,Madrid,1973. Nueva edición: La obra de arte
en la época de su reproductibilidad técnica (urtext), Itaca, México, 2003.
BENJAMIN, Walter, “El autor como productor”, en Tentativas sobre Brecht.
Iluminaciones III, Taurus, Madrid, 1975.
Blanco, P., Carrillo, J., Claramonte, J., Expósito, M., Modos de hacer. Arte crítico,
esfera pública y acción directa, Ed. Universidad de Salamanca, 2001.
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BOURRIAUD, Nicolas, Post Producción, Adriana Hidalgo ed., Buenos Aires, 2004.
BOURRIAUD, Estética relacional, Adriana Hidalgo ed., Buenos Aires, 2006.
Bürger, P., Teoría de la vanguardia, Península, Barcelona, 1987.
Carroll, N., Una filosofía del arte de masas, Visor, La Balsa de la Medusa, Madrid,
2002.
Costa, J., ed., Cultura porquería, CCCB, Barcelona, 2003.
Costa, J. y Mendíbil, A., eds., Plagiarismos, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, 2005.
Chipp, B.P., Teorías del arte contemporáneo. Fuentes artísticas y opiniones
críticas, Akal, Madrid, 1995.
DANTO, A., Después del fin del arte, Paidós, “Transiciones”, Barcelona, 1999.
ECO, U., Obra abierta, Ariel, Barcelona, 1979.
Foster, H., La posmodernidad, Kairós, Barcelona, 1985.
Foster, H., El retorno de lo real. La vanguardia a finales de siglo, Akal, Madrid,
2001.
FREUD, S., "El malestar en la cultura", en Obras completas XXI, Amorrortu,
Buenos Aires, 1976.
GADAMER, H-G., Estética y hermenéutica, Tecnos “Metrópolis”, Madrid, 1996.
González García, A., Calvo Serraller, F., y Marchán Fiz, S., (eds), Escritos de arte
de vanguardia, Turner, Madrid, 1979.
Guasch, A M., Los manifiestos del arte posmoderno, Akal, Madrid, 2000.
JAMESON, F., Teoría de la Posmodernidad, Trotta, Madrid, 1996.
Krauss, R., La originalidad de la vanguardia y otros mitos modernos, Alianza,
Madrid, 1996.
Lyotard, J-F., La condición posmoderna, Cátedra, Madrid, 1984.
Mayayo, Patricia, Historias de mujeres, historias del arte, Cátedra, Madrid, 2003.
Micheli, M. de, Las vanguardias artísticas del siglo XX, Alianza, Madrid, 1979.
Rancière, Jacques, La división de lo sensible. Estética y política, Centro de Arte
de Salamanca, Salamanca, 2002.
Sánchez Vázquez, A., Ensayos sobre arte y marxismo, Grijalbo, Barcelona, 1973.
Villa, R. de la, Guía del arte hoy, Alianza/Tecnos, “Neometrópolis”, Madrid, 2003.
VIRILIO, P., Estética de la desaparición, Anagrama, Barcelona, 1988.
Wallis, B. (ed.), Arte después de la modernidad, Akal, Madrid, 2001.
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ARTE DEL BARROCO
Baroque Art I
14349 (First Semester: fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Artistic, iconographic, and problematic urbanism and architecture in the occidental world
during the 17th century and the first decades of the 18th century.
Program
1. Flanders under Spanish domain during the 17th century, and the prolongation of
Baroque European pleasures. The Genres.
2. Rubens: the first Baroque painter. Themes of his style and first works.
3. Van Dyck. Family and formation, the trip to Italy, the works from Amberes. The time in
England and the prevalence of his style.
4. Jacob Jordaens and the popular and traditional views of his art. Mythological and
alligorical paintings. The portrait.
5. Collaborative Painters: Brouwer and the young Teniers. The painters of Landscape,
still-lifes, and flowers. Specialists in the painting of animals and architecture. The
printmaking in Flanders.
6. Holland, the flight for independence until the peace of Westfalia. Characteristics of the
new nation: the Calvinist religion, the republic government, the bourgeois society and the
prospering economy. The initiation of the new mentality in painting and the problem of
“realism.”
7. Rembrandt van Rijn. Evolution of the painting: the lucid darkness, the light, the color,
the brushstroke. Rembrandt the printmaker.
8. Franz Hals and the spontaneous portrait. Formation and biography. The individual
portrait, the couple, and the collective. The technique of Hals.
9. The painters of the Genres or the domestic life: John Vermeer de Delft and the School
of Delft.
10.
The School of Utrecht and the introduction to Caravaggionism. Peter Van Laer
and the Landscape Painters: from Seghers to Hobbema and Ruysdael.
Fieldwork:
Visits, if possible, to the Baroque Flemish Paintings of the Prado Museum,
detailed analysis of predetermined works, video tapes.
Mode of Evaluation
Written exam and papers about artists, genres, or concrete groups of works.
Basic Bibliography
NINA AYALA, La Pintura Flamenca del siglo XVII, Alianza Forma, Madrid 1995.
JACOB ROSEMBERG, SYMOUR SLIVE, Arte y arquitectura en Holanda,1600-1800,
Catedra Madrid 1977.
MATIAS DIAZ PADRÓN, Catálogo de pintura flamenca del Museo del Prado 2vols.
Museo del Prado, Madrid 1975.
ARTHUR WHEELOCK, Van Dyck Paintings, Catálogo de la Exposición,
Galería Nacional de Washington 1990.
JACOB ROSEMBERG, Rembrandt: vida y obra, Alianza forma, Madrid 1987.
SEMOUR SLIVE, Franz Hals, Prestel, Manich 1990.
JOHN M MONTIAS Y OTROS Vermeer, Harzan, Paris 1987.
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HISTORIA DEL ARTE EGIPCIO Y DEL PRÓXIMO ORIENTE
History of art in Egypt and Near East
14644 (First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the artistic and architectural manifestations in the Ancient civilization of Egypt
and the Near East.
HISTORIA DEL ARTE GRIEGO I: LAS IMÁGENES DE ATENAS
History of Greek Art I
(First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Study of the artistic and architectural manifestations from the Bronze Ages in the Aegean to
the Helenistic World.
This course intends to introduce the student to the iconography of Greek Art. Learning to
decipher the images and knowing and interpreting the elaborate iconographic language
created by the artists from the 7th century to the 4th century B.C. will help the student to better
know, not only the values of Greek civilization, but European art in general.
1. Intro: the images of the old world. Greek vases, readings and interpretations.
2.
Literary and artistic sources. Artists, iconographic repertoire. Greek vases: forms,
functions, uses.
3.
Athens, the city of images: reality and imaginary, origin of the narration, pioneers
of the narrative image.
4.
How to read an image, vases. The code of Greek images: structure, syntax.
Identification and interpretation.
5.
Mythical images. Atenea, Apollo, Aphrodite, Poseidon, Hermes, Zeus, Hefesto,
Hera, Hades, Persephone and Dyonisius.
6.
Between gods and mortals: the heroes. Theseus, Hercules.
7.
The human sphere: between myth and reality.
8.
The heart of the city: festivals and mystery. The road to death funerals. The
woman in Greek art.
ARTE DE LA ALTA EDAD MEDIA
History of Medieval Art I
14340 (second Semester: spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Crisis of late antiquity and problems of the barbarian invasions, with special attention to
the World of Charlemagne as a basis for the first style in Christian Europe: Romanesque.
The Romanesque as an artistic style that integrates different cultures.
HISTORIA DEL CINE Y DE OTROS MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES I:
History of Cinema and Media I:
11249 (second Semester: spring) (third Year) (second Cycle)
This class proposes to offer a general panorama of constituent elements of cinematographic
language, including an analysis of films and fragments that pertain to distinct moments in
the history of cinema.
Themes:
1. Distinct approximations to the study of cinematographic art. Readings: A. Costa, To
know How to Watch the Film, Barcelona, Paidós, 1997. Movie: The Purple Rose of Cairo,
W. Allen, 1985, 82´).
2. Story and film script. Readings: A. Costa, To know How to Watch the Film, Barcelona,
Paidós, 1997. J.C. Carriére, The movie that isní sees, Barcelona, Paidós, 1997, pp. 111140. Movie: Sunset Boulevard, B. Wilder, 1950, 110´, fragments.
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3. Characteristics of the film shot: the composition, the camera movements, the
photography, camera tricks, and special effects. Readings: A. Costa, pp. 215-256. Movie:
Psycho. A. Hithcock, 1960, 109´).
4. Editing. Readings: A. Costa, pp. 256-270.
5. Movie: The Godfather. F. F.Coppola, 1972, 175´(fragments).
6. Sound: Words, Noise and Music. Reading: A. Costa, pp.- 270-276. Movie: The vacation
of Mr. Hulot, J, Tati, 1951, 92´.
7. Scenography and landscape. Reading: Antonio Costa, pp. 277-285. D. Bordwell,
Kthompson The Cinematographic art. An introduction. Barcelona, Paidós, pp. 148-151.
Movie: J.A: Nieves Conde, 1950, 90´(fragments).
8. The interpretation by the actors. Reading. Antonio Costa, pp. 288-292. Movie: It´s a
Wonderful Life, Fernando Fellini, 1959, 170´(fragments).
9. The Classification of Genres. Reading: J. Ramaguera, Ramió, Film language. Grammar,
genres, styles and materials. Madrid, Editions of the Tower, 1991, pp. 43-64. Movie: The
Lady Eve, P. sturges, 1941, 90´.
10.
Film and Literature. Reading: C. Peña Ardid, literature and Film, Madrid,
Cátedra, 1996, 21-31. Movie: The Trial, O. Wells, 1962, 115´, Fragments.
11.
Movies and Painting. Reading: A. Ortiz, MJ. Piqueras, Painting in the movies,
Barcelona, Paidós, 1995, 49-90. Movie: La hermosse heroique, J, Feyder, 1936, 87.
The practical classes will consist of a pursuit of a voluntary assignment and will take place
at a time to be determined.
HISTORIA DEL CINE Y DE OTROS MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES II
HISTORY OF CINEMA AND MEDIA II
14401 (first Semester: fall) (4th year) (2º Cycle)
This class is meant to serve as a supplement to “History of Film and other audiovisual
arts” through the analysis of the main historical tendencies of divergence from classical
modes of representation, seeking to explore a series of aesthetic movements that have
contributed to the convergence of film and the art world.
Plan of study.
1.- Film, art industry: traditional models, vanguard and experimentation.
2.- Concrete and atonal film.
3.- Cubism and abstract film.
4.- Formalism and Excentricism.
5.- Development of the second European vanguard.
6.- the crisis of representation and the changes of the 1970´s.
7.- Derivations of Nouvelle Vague: Rive Gauche and Nouveau Naturel.
8.- Underground film.
9.- Hybrids and metalanguages: film on the periphery.
10.- Recent tendencies of experimentation.
Evaluation:
At the end of the class, there will be a written exam covering two of the general themes in
the plan of study, where there will be the option to discard one according to the student’s
preference, and three question (short-answer) of which the student will answer two. The
grade will take into account the level of knowledge expressed, evaluating the clarity of
ideas, the ability to structure content and develop arguments based on ones own
contemplation or ideas suggested or developed as a consequence of theoretical debates in
the classroom.
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HISTORIA DEL CINE Y OTROS MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES I
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual Media I
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
This is an introduction to the aesthetic and historical problems of the iconic means of the
masses.
1. Introduction. History of the “iconographic densification” : from the recorded
renaissance until the moving picture.
2. The discovery and primary developments of photography. The beginning genres.
Pictorialism.
3. The instant photograph. Scientific photograph. Social photography and anthropological.
4. Photography and the avant-garde. Post-war Photographs. Three visions of the human
body.
5. The Poster I. Art Nouveau. De Stijl. Bauhaus y Dadaism.
6. Russian Constructivism. Poster art between the World Wars. Last developments.
7. The Comic. Origins. The “Golden Age” in the United States.
8. The European Comic of the 30’s and 40’s : Hergé. The Postwar. Pop Art and
Counterculture.
9. The Hybrid and the Marginal : Graffiti.
10. Places to dream : the movies.
HISTORIA DEL CINE Y OTROS MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES I
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual Media I
Curso 3
Profesor: Valeria Camporesi
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
GENERAL SYLLABUS
Part 1: Movements of Silent Film, 1896-1927
Week 1: Introduction to the study of cinematography; What is cinema?
Week 2: Inception of the moving image; The beginnings of European cinema
Week 3: Birth of storytelling via cinema
Week 4 and 6: Classic cinema of Hollywood: cinematographic model and historical reality
Week 7: European cinema of the 1920s; Cinema of post-WWI France
Week 8: European cinema of the 1920s; Cinema of the Weimar Republic
Week 9 and 10: European cinema of the 1920s; Cinema of the Soviet Republic
Part 2: Nuances in Cinema and Cinematographic Techniques
Week 11: Conception of plot
Week 12: Composition of elements across the screen
Week 13: Film editing
Week 14: Review, presentations, readings, exercises
Evaluation:
Final exam in 2 parts (70%):
Written exam (40%)
Essay on a historical topic (30%)
Presentation of essay in class (10%)
Attendance in class, tutorials, etc (20%)
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HISTORIA DEL CINE Y OTROS MEDIOS AUDIOVISUALES II
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual Media II
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
History of film and other audiovisual means II
The second part of this class is a history of film strictly speaking, stressing the visual
aspects of the medium that are more interesting to the historian.
1 - The origins of film: technical and aesthetic basics
2.- The founders of a new language. The Griffith Case
3.- Splendor of the silent film: Hollywood.
4.- The German expresionist film. Other European film-making during the period between
the wars.
5.- The arrival of sound film and its impact on all generations. The cartoons.
6.- The Soviet film
7.- French poetic naturalism.
8.- The postwar. The Italian neorealism.
9.- The “new colsalimo” of the transnational cinema.
10.- The emergency of the Third World (Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, etc).
11.- The Spanish cinema, of the Pro-Franco underdevelopment to the democratic era.
12.- Forms and tendencies of the modern film.
Historia del diseño y de la Ilustración gráfica
1499 History of design and graphic illustration, 2009-2010
Professor: Dr. María Villalba Salvador
Obligatory course, 6 credits in Universidad Autónoma
4th year course. Afternoon group. 2nd semester
Department 10, 3.05
E-mail: [email protected]
Objective of the course:
To understand the development of design and graphic illustration since their origins. To contextualize and relate this
history with other realms of artistic creation. Individually, each student will develop the ability to analyze and synthesize
through writing and speaking in the form of individual and group assignments.
Themes:
1. Art and artisanship. Design. General introduction. Question of language and style. Historical antecedents of
graphic design history.
2. Arts & crafts. Industrial Revolution and Universal Exhibitions. The Grammar of Ornament, Jones. Dresser.
Semper. Thonet. Ruskin and Morris. Arts & Crafts. Japanese influence. Beardley, Crane, Mackmurdo, Grasset,
Sullivan. American norms. Forms of transportation (railroad construction, planes, etc.)
3. Design and total art. Art Nouveau: fonts, magazines, and posters. Ver Sacrum, Pan, Jugend, Mucha. Glasgow:
Mackintosh. Viennese secession. Belgium:Van de Velde. France: Lécole de Nancy. Germany: Obrist,
Riemerschmid, Behrens, Deutscher Werkbund. United States: Tiffany. Spain: Modernist design. Furniture,
posters, etc.
4. Avant-garde Europe. De Stijl: Rietveld. Design and political propaganda. Russian constructivism: El Lissitzky,
Rodchenko. The photomontage: Heartfield. Spain´s position: Renau. Progress of the poster: Cassandre. El Die
Kunst der Typographie, Renner and the new Font of Tschichold
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5.
Art Deco and the Paris Exhibition 1925. Incidents in architecture and the means of life: catalogue objects and
utensils, magazines, publicity. Europe: Ruhlman. Spain: Penagos. The Exhibition of New York 1939. Evolution
of design in the United States: Teague, Bel Geddes, Loewy, Deskey, Dreyfuss. The cinematic poster. The neon.
6. Bauhaus. Innovators, professors and conference/speech organizations. Gropius, Breuer and Mies. The
productive entity of Meyer. A new graphic design: Bayer, Albers, Schmidt, Moholy-Nagy. La Hoschschule fur
Gestaltung, Ulm. The new Bauhaus and the Chicago Institute of Design.
7. Scandinavian design. Location, moral, and democracy. Artisanship and design: the brukskunst. Denmark: The
anthropometries of Kaare Klint, Henningsen, and Panton. Bang & Olufsen, Lego. Finland: Wirkkala. Nokia,
Arabia. Norway: The ergonomics of Opsvik. Sweden: Kage. SAAB, IKEA, The Svenska Slojdforeningen:
Iceland.
8. Crisis of international design. Cooperative identities. Europe: German design, Rams. Italian design, Milan
Triennial. The Helvética of Miedinger. United States: industria design and commercial design, variations of pop
art. Glaser and the poster revolution.
9. Architecture and integral art. Wright, Gray, Le Corbusier, Aalto, Jacobsen, Eames, Eero Saarinen, Venturi,
Rossi. Spain: ADI FAD, ROLACO, SEDI. Torres Clavé, Bonet, Coderch, Moragas, Correa, Tusquets. The
Feduchi and interiorismo. Satué and Arquitecturas Bis. The new graphic design, Corazón.
10. Windows and vignettes. Evolution of etching and graphic history. United States: Disney, Miller. Europe:
Herger, Moebius. Asia: Japanese manga. Trajectories in Europe: school textbooks. Editorial design. New
technology. Future means of production and communication.
Bibliography (general works):
Please refer to syllabus in Spanish for list of works cited
Obligatory readings for seminars/presentations:
• Di Fusco, Renato, History of Design: The years of the Industrial Revolution 1760-1830 and The Victoria Era in
History of Design, Barcelona Ed. Santa & Cole, 2005. Pg. 35-98
• Maldonado, Tomás. “La aportación histórica de la vanguardia”, “El debate sobre la relación productividadproducto” and “Bauhaus-Ulm” in El diseño industrial reconsiderado, Barcelona, Gustavo Gili, 1993. Pg. 27-68.
• Wick, Rainer. “Johannes Itten (1888-1967)” and “Josef Albers (1888-1976), in Pedagogía de la Bauhaus,
Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 2007. Pg. 79-110 and 144-165.
• Satué, Enric. Graphic Design. Madrid, Alianza, 1994. The Graphic Design in Spain. Madrid, Alianza, 1997
(chapter to determine)
Obligatory readings for the course in general:
• Trenc, Eliseu. “The poster, the new and great artistic modality of Modernism” in The Modern Poster, Barcelona,
MNAC, 2007, pg. 45-58.
• Selection of texts: Manifests and Design, Kandinsky, Rietveld, Alvar Aalto.
• AA.VV. : Industrial Design in Spain. Madrid, MNCARS- Plaza Janés, 1998. (chapter to determine)
Magazines:
• Étapes: diseño y cultura, Barcelona, Gustavo Gili
• Exitbook, Madrid, Rosa Olivares & Asociados, S.L.
• Experimenta, Madrid
• Pasajes Diseño, Madrid
Useful links:
http://www.alvaraalto.fi
http://www.centraalmuseum.nl/
http://dseignmuseum.org/
http://www.moma.org/
http://www.vam.ac.uk
http://www.mnartesdecorativas.mcu.es
Evaluation:
The student evaluation will be based on a series of diverse points explained continuously.
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Seminars/presentations of readings. At the beginning of the semester, students will divide themselves into
groups of four. Each
ach one of these groups will collaborate with the professor on a determined date during the
semester to pinpoint the seminar. This will last for two hours and there will be a presentation date in which the
students will present and discuss the contents of the four obligatory readings. Although every student will have
read all of the readings, each student will be assigned one reading in particular, and they will have met with the
other group members to prepare the presentation about the content of the rea
readings.
dings. The presentation should be
much more than a summary of the reading contents. The presentation is expected to critically analyze the texts, to
consider the methodology of each text to present information, the author´s thesis tied to history, and how
ho their
points relate to the course in general. In addition, the student will turn in two pages analyzing the main points of
the reading and its relevance to the more general theme of the course. The oral and written work of the seminar
will count for 20%
% of the final grade. It is not possible to reschedule the date of the presentation nor can the
students change groups, once formed within the first few weeks of the class.
2. Activities and work outside of class. There will be a visit to the National Museum
Muse
of Decorative Arts to see
exhibitions. Attendance obligatory. Also, the student must turn in a one page, typed response to the visit.
Students shouldn´t merely summarize the principal ideas of the museum but rather try to express criticism from a
museum
eum perspective, for example, comments on what has been the most interesting and revealing about graphic
design, etc. In the case that the student cannot attend the visit, they should turn in a four page substitute analysis
with a bibliography about an exhibited
ex
work at the museum.
Individually, the student will turn in a work related to the actualization of design in our culture through a
Dossier de Prensa (clips of magazines, newspapers, etc.). The student will reach conclusions that they will have
researched
arched about one solid theme. This work counts for 15% of the final grade.
3. Attendance. Attendance to classes and the museum visit will be 5% of the final grade.
4. Final course exam. Consists of the theoretic material of the course. 60% of the final grade.
grad
1.
The student should choose between two modalities of taking the course by a deadline determined by the professor. His or
her choice is formal and will be noted and will affect how they will be graded in the course. In modality A, all the
proposed activities
vities are obligatory with completion deadlines. In modality B, the student will merely take the final exam of
all the lectures and readings for the course.
The student should decide which option they will take after the first three weeks of the course. This decision is final and
cannot be changed except for legitimate concerns or justifications. The evaluation criteria is considered a contact between
the professor and the student.
Mod. A:
-Written
Written final exam about theory: 60%
-Seminars and presentations
ions about reading: 20%
-Outside
Outside of class work and activities: 15%
-Attendance: 5%
Mod. B:
-Written
Written final exam about theory: 100%
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HISTORIA DE LA FOTOGRAFÍA
History of Photography
(First semester: Fall)
14393 (Third Year Level) (Second Cycle)
1.- The expansion of photography in the 19th Century
2.- Pictoralism.
3.- Secessionism.
4.- The new objectivity.
5.- Testimony Photography.
6.- Time and Movement in the photographic image.
7.- Photography in the heart of historical Vanguards.
8.- Photographic Tendencies in the second half of the 20th Century.
HISTORIA DE LAS IDEAS ESTÉTICAS I
11251 History of Aesthetic Thought I
(Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the aesthetic trends in their diverse degrees of abstraction and artistic, critical and
philosophical formulations, taking into account the cultural, historic and social contexts in
which they are produced.
HISTORIA DE LAS IDEAS ESTÉTICAS II
14402 History of Aesthetic Thought II
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Study of the aesthetic trends in their diverse degrees of abstraction and artistic, critical and
philosophical formulations, taking into account the cultural, historic and social contexts in
which they are produced.
LENGUAJES DE LA ARQUITECTURA DE LA EDAD MODERNA
Modern Age Architecture Languages: 17th- 18th Century Spanish Architecture
14411 Optativa de 2º Ciclo, first semester: fall
Prof. Aurora Rabanal Yus
Primary Course Units:
1. Historical Introduction: Spain and the Bourbon Dynasty. Architecture after Felipe V. Alternative
architectural languages developed throughout the century.
2. Legacy from the former centuries: Castilian Baroque Style. The Churriguera Family legacy and
Pedro de Ribera. Architecture in the Iberian Peninsula. Exceptional cases of European influence.
3. Diffusion of a new classical language within the Bourbon Dynasty: architecture and urbanism in the
Royal Corps of Military Engineers. Principal figures, academic origins, innovations.
4. Classical Baroque in Bourbon style: renovation and new projects for the royal family – examples Aranjuez, La Granja and Riofrio
5. The Royal Palace of Madrid: French and Italian projects and influence within Spain. Juvarra and
Sacchetti.
6. New buildings in the court. Urban projects. The creation of the Royal Academy of San Fernando.
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7. The late Baroque architecture of Francisco Sabatini
8. Ventura Rodriguez
9. Neoclassicism in Spain: Juan de Villanueva
10. Other neoclassical architects in the second half of the 18th century: Juan Pedro Arnal, Silvestre
Perez, Ignacio Haan, Isidro Gonzalez Velazquez, Antonio Lopez Aguado
Main texts utilized within the course:
Chueca Goitia: Historia de la Arquitectura Occidental. Volume VII. Barcelona, Dossat, 1985.
Kubler, G: Arquitectura de los siglos XVII y XVIII, Ars Hispaniae, tomo XIV, Madrid, 1957.
Navascues, P: “Del Neoclasicismo al Modernismo,” en Historia del Art Hispánico, tomoV, Madrid,
1979.
Rodriquez G de Ceballos, A: El siglo XVIII, entre tradición y academia, Madrid, Silex, 1992.
Sambricio, C: La Arquitectura Española de la Ilustración, Madrid, 1986.
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PROBLEMAS Y CONCEPTOS DEL ARTE ESPAÑOL CONTEMPORÁNEO
Problems and concepts of contemporary Spanish art (identity and cosmopolitanism in
19th century paintings)
14421 (First Semester: fall) (Elective course, second cycle)
Prof.: Carlos Reyero
Principal objectives of the course:
1. That the student reach a basic knowledge of the principal theoretical problems and
artistic aspirations and ideologies that surround the pictorial creation of 19th century
Spain.
2. That the student be capable of distinguishing artistic principals, to comment on the
principal works and the worth of the aesthetic and intellectual concerns of 19th century
Spanish painting in relation to international context.
3. That the student has the ability to find, criticize hierarchically, and organize material
from relevant documentation of 19th century Spanish paintings.
4. That the student be capable of verbally expressing and writing about acquired
knowledge and experiences.
Contents:
1. Introduction to 19th century Spanish art in historical and artistic contexts.
2. The aspects of Academism. Paris and the Spanish painters of the Revolution of the 2nd
Empire.
3. French style and Spanish portraiture between the Romantic and Realism periods.
4. Representative traditions and modern image of the monarchy.
5. Painting through history and the national Bellas Artes (Fine Arts) exhibits.
6. Painting through history as an instrument of political education.
7. Painting through history as a vehicle of sentimental education.
8. Mythology and the nude figure. The classic story as pretext.
9. Cosmopolitans and merchants. Paris y the Spanish painters in the last quarter of the
19th century.
10. Luminosity and its critics.
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TÉCNICAS ARTÍSTICAS Y CONSERVACIÓN DE BIENES CULTURALES
Artistic techniques and Conservation of Cultural Patrimony
14343 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Introduction to the knowledge of the material processes and technical procedures for
creation and conservation of art works.
1. Architecture (I). The principles of architecture. The phases of the architectural process.
The treatment of architectural techniques. The use of space in architecture and its function.
2. Architecture (II). Constructive and decorative materials. The tools and instruments of
construction. Walls, supports, and coverings : nomenclature. The Constructive systems.
Classical orders.
3. Sculpture (I). Sculpture and its principles. Types of sculpture. Treatment of the
sculpture techniques. The instrumentation. The materials. The clay model. The wax model.
The sculpture in stone.
4. Sculpture (II). Sculpture in wood. Sculpture in ivory. Sculpture in metal. Other
materials : plaster, concrete, plastic, etc. Kinetic and photic sculpture. Combination of
media.
5. Drawing. The first graphic manifestations. The drawing over parchment and paper.
Instruments and media, Project and execution. The utility of drawing.
6. Painting (I). The painting and its principles. Technical treatments of painting.
Supports, materials and instruments. “Al Fresco” painting. The encaustic. In distemper
painting. The miniature.
7. Painting (II). Oil painting. Acrylic. Pastel. The collage.
8. Etching. General characteristics. Technical methods. The xylographic. The
chalcographic etching and its varieties. The lithograph.
9. Decorative Arts (I). General considerations. Technical treatments over the art and its
uses. Ceramics. Glass work. Stained glass. Enamel. Mosaic. Encrustation. Glyptics and
touch-ups. The metals : Gold and silver work, iron, bronze, and other metals.
Decorative Arts ( II). Carpentry and cabinetwork. Textiles : weaving, tapestry, rugs,
embroidery and inlay work. Leathers: tanning, embossed and binding. Distinct materials.
TEORÍA DEL ARTE I
Art Theory I
11240 (first Semester: fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Basic knowledge about art creation processes and the various points of view that allow
their study.
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TEORÍA DEL ARTE II
Art Theory II
11246 (first Semester: fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Basic knowledge about art creation processes and the various points of view that allow
their study.
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FILOSOFÍA
Programas de Asignaturas
http://www.uam.es/centros/filoyletras/programas_asignaturas/filosofia.html
Licenciatura en Filosofía
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código
Asignatura
11701
Introducción a la Metafísica I
11702
Historia de la Ciencia I
11703
Historia del Pensamiento estético I
11715
Historia del Pensamiento estético II
11704
Antropología cultural I
12269
Historia de la Filosofía medieval I
12270
Historia de la Filosofía medieval II
14237
Lógica I: Lógica de enunciados
14238
Lógica II: Lógica cuantificacional
14239
Historia de la Filosofía antigua I: Filosofía presocrática
14240
Historia de la Filosofía antigua II: Siglos III a. C. a II d. C.
14247
Historia de la ciencia II
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
Asignatura
12129
Ética I: Aspectos históricos
12131
Antropología filosófica I
12132
Teoría del Conocimiento I
12133
Filosofía del lenguaje I: Teorías lógicas sobre el lenguaje
12134
Ética II: Aspectos sistemáticos
12136
Antropología filosófica II
12137
Teoría del Conocimiento II
12138
Filosofía del lenguaje II: Teorías pragmáticas sobre el lenguaje
14241
Historia de la Filosofía moderna I
14242
Historia de la Filosofía moderna II
Troncales y Obligatorias
Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
12139
Asignatura
Corrientes de la Filosofía contemporánea I: Siglo XIX
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Filosofía de la Ciencia I
12142
Historia del Pensamiento español
12143
Corrientes de la Filosofía contemporánea II: Siglo XX
12144
Filosofía de la Ciencia II
14245
Filosofía Política I: Aspectos históricos
14246
Filosofía Política II: Aspectos sistemáticos
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
12147
Metafísica I: Estudio histórico
12150
Metafísica II: Estudio sistemático
12151
Filosofía de la Historia
14243
Estética I: Teoría de las Artes
14244
Estética II: Fundamentos de las Artes
14248
Filosofía de la Religión
Optativas de segundo ciclo
Itinerario de Historia del Pensamiento
Código
Asignatura
11117
Pensamiento francés contemporáneo
11709
Cultura, Filosofía e Ideología en España I
12075
Filosofía y Literatura
12175
Cultura, Filosofía e Ideología en España II
12166
Filosofía del Arte
12173
C.M. Sobre un Filósofo I (Unamuno)
12174
C.M. Sobre un Filósofo II (Nietzsche)
12185
Filosofía de la Educación
12192
Sociología del Conocimiento
14249
Pensamiento feminista
14253
Humanismo y Antihumanismo en el Pensamiento contemporáneo
Itinerario de Ser humano, Cultura y Sociedad
Código
Asignatura
12075
Filosofía y Literatura
12166
Filosofía del Arte
12188
Teoría de la Cultura
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Sociología del Conocimiento
13288
Filosofía del Mito y del Símbolo
14252
Mundo del Sujeto y Condición humana
14254
Ética y Derecho
13288
Filosofía del mito y del símbolo
2010
Itinerario de Lenguaje y Conocimiento
Código
Asignatura
15360
C.M. de Lógica filosófica (Pensamiento crítico)
14250
Historia social de la Ciencia
12156
Filosofía de la Lógica
12162
Filosofía de la Ciencia cognitiva
12163
Epistemología
12192
Sociología del Conocimiento
12184
Conocimiento y semántica
15360
C.M. Lógica y Fª de la Ciencia
ANTROPOLOGÍA DEL DESAROLLO
Anthropology of Development (Program and Syllabus)
Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Aim:
The aim of this course is to present and discuss, from a critical perspective, the contemporary relations
between anthropology and development. For a “critical perspective” one needs to understand a specific
position comprised of intellectual thought (comprehension, analysis, and explanation) of relationships
and structures of powers within, across, and contrary to ordinary ideas of our time. These structures of
power act as the configuration of the present world and also, of the forms of what is understood.
Expectation of each student:
-Understanding development as an order of things that has configured categories (the postcolonial
world and the institutions that have determined the lived of people). It is necessary to consider the
social sciences as a product and sometimes the production of this process.
-Understanding development as an order of things that has configured the categories of
anthropological thought
-To analyze and deconstruct ideas and experiments that have constituted development and
globalization while conceiving the world and human diversity
-The course is also to explore the contemporary debates of relationships between anthropology,
development and globalization
First part: Introduction
The state of the post-colonial world: of the era of development and globalization
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The meaning of “development”
Anthropology and development: a preliminary perspective
Second Part: Anthropology for development; evolution and debates
Genesis and evolution of anthropology of development
Classical application of anthropology of development
Anthropology as a means of “action” in development
New directions in the studies of anthropology of development
Third Part: Development and Post-development
The question of development: Criticism on the perspective of gender
Development as a “colonial finding”
Bibliography
- Sachs,W. (ed.) 1999: Diccionario del desarrollo. Una guía del conocimiento como poder, Lima,
Proyecto Andino de
Tecnologías Campesinas.
- Cernea, M.M. (coord.) 1995: Primero la gente. Variables sociológicas en el desarrollo rural, México,
D.F.,FCE
- Viola (comp.) 1999 Antropología del desarrollo. Teorías y estudios etnográficos en América Latina,
Barcelona, Paidós
- Gimeno,J.C y Monreal,P. (eds.) 1999: La controversia del desarrollo. Críticas desde la antropología,
Madrid, Libros de la
catarata, Instituto de Desarrollo y Cooperación de la UCM, Instituto de Sociología de las Nuevas
Tecnologías de la UAM
- Escobar, A. (1997): "Antropología y desarrollo" en Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales, nº
154.
Bibliografía complementaria (Other useful references)
- Sogge,D. (ed.): Compasión y cálculo. Un análisis crítico de la cooperación no gubernamental al
desarrollo, Barcelona,
Icaria.
- Kabeer, N. 1998: Realidades Trastocadas, México, Paidos
- Escobar, A. 1998: La invención del Tercer Mundo. Construcción y deconstrucción del desarrollo,
Colombia, NORMA
- Foster, G. 1974: Antropología aplicada, México,D.F. FCE
ANTROLOPOGÍA FILOSÓFICA I
Philosophical Anthropology I
Curso 2
Prof. Eduardo Álvarez González
12131 First Semester Fall
A) Introduction
Lesson 1.- Anthropological and Philosophical Thoughts
a) The concept of philosophical anthropology
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b) Problems with the possibility and necessity of philosophical Anthropology.
Lesson 2.- The objective of philosophical “anthropology”: the problematic character of
human reality.
B) The concept of nature and the location of man according to Philosophy.
Lesson 3: Classic approaches in the history of philosophy
a) The concept of nature and discussions of man´s place
b) Anthropological thought field for mythological thought and philosophy of the ancient
classics.
c) Anthropological thought derived form Judeo-Christianity.
d) Some contributions of the modern world.
Lesson 4- Discussion of three classic concepts : Body, soul and spirit.
a) The body and the mind.
b) Life and the spirit.
Lesson 5: Contemporary revision of some classics paradigms
a) The debate over humanism
b) Discussion of whether there is or is not such a thing as human nature.
c) Recognition of the animal nature of man
Lesson 6: Man as a product of biological evolution
a) Natural selection.
b) The new image of man as a natural product.
c) The dimensions of vital fast and its relationship to human life.
d) The call of “social Darwinism”
e) The aims of socio-biology.
Lesson 7: Human Corporeal Nature
a) Animal and Human nature of the body: some features of anatomy, physiology and
ethics.
b) The relationship between the world and one´s self through the body.
c) The body in relation to the individual, the species, and social life.
C) Nature divided from man
Lesson 8: the ill-adjusted animal
a) Link to the environment and opening of the world: peri world and world.
b) Alteration, Self- Absorption and Action.
c) Appearance of symbolic power.
d) Lacking and practical human beings.
e) Human life and living
Lesson 9: Symbolic character of human experience in the world
a) The complexity of human experience
b) The experience of the world as passing.
c) The experience of the world as recreation
d) The experience of the other
Lesson 10: the interior divide between one’s self
a) The experience of one’s self and the subjective sphere conscience and self conscience.
b) Action in relation to one´s self: tasks for one´s self, situation, project.
c) The question of one´s own identity
d) Some observations of the concept of liberty,
Lesson 11: Nature and Culture
a) Difficulty in separating the definition of anthropology from the concept of nature: social
character and history of human life.
b) The concept of culture in relation to nature.
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ANTROPOLOGÍA FILOSÓFICA II
12136 Philosophical Anthropology II
Curso 2
Profesor Eduardo Alvarez
(second semester: spring)
A) The human experience as subject-object
Part 1 – General meaning of the human experience
- the human experience as part of philosophical anthropology
- subject and object as moments in the human experience
- the place of reason in human life
- the fundamental dimensions of experience
Part II – World experience as appropriation
- knowledge and life
- theoretical experience and science
Part III – Experience of the world as recreating
- The appearance of a world specifically human : the spheres of social-cultural reality
- The world of language and symbols: the logosphere
- Customs, values and social-cultural codes : the ethosphere and the problem of moral experience
- The generation of machines and devices : the technosphere
- Experience of liberty
Part IV – Experience of oneself and the appearance of the “other”
- Self consciousness
Experience of death
- Appearance of the other
- Recognition of the other
B) Social and cultural reality of man
Part I – Nature and Culture
- nature in man, culture, and civilization
- the dilemma of the relation between nature and culture
- The modern reinterpretation of this duality as life and spirit
- Culture as extension, repression, or liberty of nature. Culture as a second nature
- The specific character of the humanities and social sciences
Part II – Society and individual
- Society and individual between nature and culture : human life as social and individual life
- The relation interindividual and objective reality of sociality. The place of the individual in social
reproduction
- Organic comprehension of society : the superorganic
- Individualistic traditions
- Community and society
- The understanding of the individual as a social product
Part III – Social coercion and ideological domination
- the subjection of man to the social order: normative systems and the issue of power
- false conscience, ideological domination, and emancipation
- psychological and social factors in relation to ideology
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C.M. SOBRE UN FILÓSOFO I: LITERATURA DE MIGUEL DE UNAMUNO
Literature of Miguel de Unamuno
12173 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
It is an independent study with a professor Diego Núñez at the Autonomous University. He has agreed to
give a bibliography of works (mostly literary works of Unamuno taking into consideration Michael interest in
Philology and not so much in Philosophy). They will meet once or twice a week and he will write about 3
papers during the semester about the literary works that he has chosen.
After having read the book Marías, a background about Unamuno´s philosophy and his
literary endeavors, along with the biographical sketch of Unamuno, provided by Abellán.
Bibliography: Julian Marías: Miguel de Unamuno. José Luis Abellán, Historia crítica
del pensamiento español, and two or three novels by Unamuno.
EPISTEMOLOGÍA
Epistemology
12163 (First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Cursada en Otoño de 2007)
Professor: Jesús Vega Encabo
Objectives
This course seeks to perfect and complement the fundamental requisites for the Theory of Knowledge component of
the Philosophy major. The course discusses in detail one of the central themes in the modern day epistemological
debate. The possibility that the subject accepts beliefs willingly has been an argument of renewed interest. This
possibility affects the fundamental problem of the value of knowledge and that of the normativity in the acquisition
of knowledge.
Program
1. Introduction: epistemology and normativity
2. Judgment, will and error
3. Knowledge and belief: the rational regulation of science
4. Is there a will to believe?
5. Evidentialism
6. Believe at will
7. Ethic of the belief and the deontology of the justification
8. The relationship between willingness, deontology and evidentialism
9. Regulating the investigation
10. Epistemic virtues and normativity
11. Epistemic responsibility and beliefs
12. Conclusions
Mandatory Readings
1) R. Descartes, Meditations
2) J. Locke, Essay Concerning Human Understanding
3) D. Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature
4) B. Williams, Problems of the Self
5) J. Clifford, “Ethics of Belief”
6) W. James, The Will to Believe
7) R. Chisholm, Theory of Knowledge
8) W. Alston, “The deontological conception of justification,” Philosophical Perspectives
9) R. Feldman, “The Ethics of Belief,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
10) C. Hookway, “Epistemic norms and theoretical deliberation”
11) J. Greco, “Virtue Epistemology,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
12) R. Foley, “Justified Belief as Responsible Belief,” Contemporary Debates in Epistemology.
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Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Theory Classes
The professor will lecture a total of 20 hours with the goal of introducing the main themes of the course to the
students
Practical Classes
The course will be completed with a discussion of a selection of articles and chapters from different books; to do so,
several practical classes and tutoring sessions will be programmed to serve as a guide and to clear up any doubts of
the students’ readings. Their objective will be the following: how to approach a philosophical text, how to prepare a
short exposition of the text, how to comment the text and how to present it in class.
Tutoring Sessions
During the reading hours of the course, some time will be dedicated to tutor students in groups in order
to approach the individual difficulties of each student and offer help in the composition of the written
works of the class. Tutoring will mainly preoccupy itself with the difficulties that the students may have in
understanding the readings and the comprehension of the mandatory texts for the class. A part of the
tutoring may be imparted through the web.
4.
5.
6.
In-class Presentations
The students will have to present in front of the class during the practical classecs and tutoring sessions the
mandatory texts. The professor will guide the students in the organization of the presentation.
Individual Papers
The course will be completed will the preparation and redaction of an individual paper that is to be discuss with the
professor.
Online Instruction
After each class the professor will propose a brief scheme and a commentary about what was commented in class
that day, which will serve as an after-class study guide for the students. The professor will post the document on the
internet weekly. There will also be space to continue the debates and any other problems that may rise; to do so, an
emailing list will be created. The webpage for this course will be available at: http://platon.elcaleidoscopio.com. The
students will also have the opportunity of posting messages online about the issues discussed in class, as well as
creating personalized binnacles or organizing online tutoring sessions and accessing all of the course information
and links to documents and materials of interest.
Class organization
Assistance to theory classes: 20 hours
Assistance to practical classes: 8 hours
Scheduled tutoring sessions: 12 hours
Lectures and class preparation: 20 hours
Practices preparation: 10 hours
Written assignments preparation: 40 hours
Realization of written assignments: 10 hours
Full load of class organization: 120 hours
Evaluation
2. The students must present in class one of the mandatory readings of the course. The assigned reading will
be chosen in the first week of class. This corresponds to 25% of the grade.
3. The students must present a rough draft of the final written assignment before the first of December
2007 that should not exceed 6 pages and must introduce the thesis that they planto defend and the
themes they will discuss. This presentation of the rough draft is mandatory and corresponds to 15% of
the grade.
4. The students will have to present their rough draft in class during the last two days of the course. They
will have to answer questions posed by their classmates and the professor. The student’s expository
capacity, clarity and familiarity with the texts will be graded. It will correspond to 15% of the final grade.
5. The professor will grade the final paper, which should be turned in before the day of the exam. It will
correspond to 35% of the grade.
6. Participation in the classroom and in the tutoring sessions will be evaluated as well. Special attention will
be paid to the student’s contribution in the discussion of the final papers in the final part of the course. It
will correspond to 10% for the grade.
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ESTÉTICA I y II
Aesthetics
14243 Aesthetics I. Arts Theory (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
14244 Aesthetics II. Arts Basis (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Cycle)
Philosophical basis of aesthetics considered as projection and representation of human
images. Introduction to the history of aesthetic thought by reading classical texts.
Application of a philosophical perspective to the study of aesthetic situations in the modern
times.
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ÉTICA I: ASPECTOS HISTÓRICOS
Ethics I: Historical Aspects
12129 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
First Semestre Fall
Introduction to the main concepts and problems regarding moral philosophy: historic
aspects.
Curso 2
Prof. Francisco Javier Sadaba Garay
The central objective of this course consists of a partial reconstruction of the
history of ethics beginning with the ideas developed by Aristotle, Hume, and
Kant. The mandatory readings from these authors will permit us to thoroughly
examine the important roles of virtues, feelings, and obligatory actions, in
philosophical and moral reflection. The content of the course will be based on
these works, books, and articles from the bibliography. There are five
mandatory readings of which you can choose from the introductory section, in
addition to the following: Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics; Hume’s A selection
of Texts; and Kant´s Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals. The exam will
consist of three written questions.
ÉTICA II: ASPECTOS SISTEMÁTICOS
Ethics II
12134 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Introduction to the basic concepts and problems of moral philosophy: systematic aspects.
FILOSOFÍA DE LA CIENCIA COGNITIVA
Philosophy of Cognitive Science
12162 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
Optativa de Segundo ciclo(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
1. Characteristics of cognitive science in relation with behaviorism.
2. Popular Psychology and propositional attitudes.
3. Intentionality.
4. Thesis on psychophysical identity: Carnap and Feigl
5. The functionalist model and artificial intelligence: Turing’s trial.
6. Searle’s experiment on Chinese habitation.
7. Physicalism, functionalism, and survival: Lewis and Kim.
8. The anomalous monism.
9. Mental representation and language of thought: Block and Fodor.
10. Theories on conscience and qualia.
11. The conscience of I.
12. Connectionism.
FILOSOFÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN EN ESPAÑA
Philosophy of Education in Spain
12185 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
José Luis Mora
We will analyze what form the educational system in Spain has taken from the last part
of the 18th century until present day.
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Session 1: Kant
Session 2: Herbart and Pestalozzi
Session 3: Spanish pedagogical thought in the first part of the 19th century
Session 4: Pedagogical reforms of the ¨liberales isabelinos¨
Session 5: A female pioneer of women´s emancipation
Session 6 and 7: The pedagogy of Kraus
Session 8: Educational reform within sociology: Émile Durkheim
Session 9: Commentary on a pedagogical text of Nietzsche
Session 10: The rationalist education
Session 11: The pedagogy of M. de Unamuno
Session 12: Philosophy and education in the work of Ortega
Session 13: The pedagogy of an unorthodox socialist: Blas Zambrano
Session 14: Angloamerican models of education in the 19th and 20th centuries: Spencer
and Russel
Session 15: Angloamerican models of education: Dewey
Session 16: Angloamerican models of education: the analytical philosophy of education
Session 17: The pedagogy of a Marxist
Session 18: Education as emancipation: Freire
Session 19: Education as emancipation: Barbiana´s model
Session 20: Education and national Catholicism
Session 21: Critical thought: Lerena
Session 22: Ethical reflection: Fernando Savater
Session 23: A last reflection, a manner of conclusion.
FILOSOFÍA DEL ARTE
Philosophy of Art
12166 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
Prof.: Miguel Cereceda
0. Introduction
1. Philosophy of Horror
2. History of Meaning
3. Philosophy of Art and Nihilism
4. Nothing at all (the art of disappearance and the disappearance of art)
5. Aesthetic Surgery
6. Truth and Beauty
7. The beauty of the Urinal
8. The Silence of Duchamp
9. How objects take meaning from words
10. Allegory of oblivion
11. Paradox of criticism
12. Art and truth
13. The decline of the romantic conception of art
14. Aesthetics and Subjectivity
15. The future prospect of an illusion
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HISTORIA DE LA FILOSOFÍA II
History of Philosophy II
14240 (second Semester: spring) (first Year) (Second Cycle)
I.
Plato: the philosopher’s ideal.
II.
1st approximations of that definition.
III.
Responses of Plato to the sophist. The definition.
IV.
Theory of ideas: the reminition and memory. Works of the mid-period of Plato.
V.
Parménides. Some solutions to this work in Plato´s last works (notes).
VI.
Aristotle
VII. The genesis of Artistotle´s philosophy.
VIII. The Aristotle system: being and knowing.
Ethical- political aspects.
HISTORIA DEL PENSAMIENTO ESPAÑOL
History of Spanish Thought
12142 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Study about movements and doctrines of Philosophy in Spain.
HISTORIA DEL PENSAMIENTO ESTÉTICO II
History of Aesthetic Thought II
Curso 1
11715 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
1.- Introduction: Aesthetic and Enlightenment
1.a- Aesthetics as an autonomous discipline: Baumgarten
1.b- Art history: Winckelmann and Lessing
1.c- Literary and artistic critique: Diderot and Rousseau
1.d- Taste, beauty and sublimity: Hume and Burke
2.- Kant and the Critique of Judgment.
3.- Schiller and man’s aesthetic education.
4.- Schelling and the Philosophy of Art.
5.- Hegel and the Lectures on Aesthetics.
6.- Schopenhauer: art as knowledge; music as the objectification of the will.
7.- Nietzsche: art as a consolation of existence and art as truth.
8.- Marx: art and ideology.
9.- Kierkegaard: aesthetic existence y authentic existence.
10.- Freud: art, repression and sublimation.
11.- Heidegger: art and poetry.
12.- Adorno and the Frankfurt School
13.- Problems in contemporary art.
Mandatory Readings:
-Lessing, Laocoon. An essay upon the limits of painting and poetry
-Schiller, On the Aesthetic Education of Man in a series of Letters
-Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy
-Heidegger, The origins of the art work
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HUMANISMO Y ANTIHUMANISMO
Humanism and antihumanism: contemporary thought
14253 (first Semester: fall) (Elective Course)
Optativa
Introduction
Section 1 : The origin of Humanism en modern culture
- Historical antecedents
- Humanism and modernity
- Humanism and the Enlightenment
- Humanism and Idealism
- Anthropocentrism
- The subject and the individual
- The definition of humanism
The Crisis of Humanism in the 19th century
Section 2: The anti-Enlightenment reaction and the crisis of Reason
- The debate between Romanticism and Enlightenment
- The tradition of metaphysical irrationalism
- The place of Reason in the human experience: from the absolute to delusion
Section 3: The place of man in the philosophy of Marx
- Marx´s concept of nature
- The social determination of the conscience
- Materialism, dialectics and subjectivity
- The concept of alienation and the issue of emancipation
- The individual, his generic being and social essence: the historic reality of man
Section 4: The other ¨masters of suspicion¨
- Nietzche and his impact: the animal-ness of man, the hierarchy of life, antimodernism, the worship of
violence, the aesthetic of politics
- The instability of the conscience, according to Freud
Section 5: The Darwin revolution
- The new scientific naturalism versus Humanist Anthrocentrism.
- The question of moral conscience from evolutionary gradualism and the continuum of nature.
The Debate in the 20th Century
Section 6: The critique of Humanism in Heidegger´s thought.
- Brief digression about the reception of Nietzsche and Nazism.
- A critique of the metaphysics of subjectivity
- The distrust of the modern world, its technical impulse and political aspect.
- The controversy with Sartre: the ¨Letter about Humanism¨
Section 7: The Existencialist Humanism of Sartre.
- Being, nothing and conscience
- Conscience as center of the world
- The disruption introduced by the Other: the ontologic separation between consciences.
- The evolution of recognition of the Other: ¨Existencialism is a type of Humanism.¨
- The dialogue with Marxism.
Section 8: Other focuses from the discussion about the crisis of Modernism.
- Humanism and Marxism in critical theory.
- Neostructuralist antihumanism
- The postmodern rejection of the humanist ¨big relation¨
- The Humanism of the other man.
- The argument between liberalism and comunitarism.
- Humanism and individualism in relation with the discourse on human rights and the legitimization of
normative systems.
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MUNDO DEL SUJETO Y CONDICIÓN HUMANA
THE WORLD OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE HUMAN CONDITION
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
14252 First Semestre Fall
Prof. Eduardo Álvarez González
Lesson 1: Introduction: Fundamental concepts and problems
- The definition of the "subject"- diverse variants of the concept. Modern
sentiment: Self- consciousness. Subjective, subjectivity. The identity of the
subject.
- Object- different meanings. Objective, objectivity.
-The world: the subject in and in contrast to the world. The self, the other, and
the others.
- Human condition: condition, determination, finiteness.
- The other as object, and as subject. The problem of intersubjectivity.
Lesson 2: The affirmation of the subject in the Gneosologic theory
characteristic of modern idealism.
-Conscience, thought, and representations in Descartes.
- The transcendental subject, the syntheticaloriginal unity of appearance and the problem of object in Kant.
Rational Activity and the world in the development of
German idealism.
The revitalization of the Cartesian ego and the
phemenological reduction in the theories of Husserl.
Lesson 3: The philosophical discussion about the subject in terms of life.
- the world as volition and as representation, and the possibility of
the subject in the theories of Schopenhauer.
- the volition of ability and the superhuman (Nietzche)
- the spirit verses life
Lesson 4: The subject being called into question in light of the development of
the sciences, naturalism, and materialism.
-Conscience as product of biological evolution.
- The difficulties of the subject in scientific and
philosophical materialism.
-The unconscious and the precariousness of the "Ego" (Freud).
Lesson 5: The comprehension of the subject as action, liberty and contingency.
- The being-for-itself against the opacity of the being-in-itself:
existence, projection, and the problem of "the other" in Sartre's thought.
- the "self" and circumstance. Life as occupation. (Ortega).
Lesson 6: The difficulties of the subject in the context/ frame of the
methological discussions of the social sciences.
-Unconscious structures and illusions of the self. (Levi-Strauss)
-Knowing, Ability, and Death of man. (Foucault).
Lesson 7: The critique of the concept of the "self" as rebound of the paradigm of
representation.
-Subject, being-there, being-in-the-world.
-Image of the world and technical domination.
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Subject, Humanism, and anti-humanism.
Lesson 8: The discussion of the subject in the tradition of Dialectic theory.
- Between the experience of the world, and the ultimate reality:
conscience, self-conscience, spirit: in Hegel.
- Historic-social reality, treatment as objects.
Evaluation
1) a 7-15 page analytical paper
2) a final exam
PENSAMIENTO FEMINISTA
PHILOSOPHY DEPARTAMENT- FEMINIST THOUGHT
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
14259 First Semestre Fall
Profa. Cristina Sánchez Muñoz
One of the basic aspects that should be approached in the study of the contemporary
society and in the philosophical and political reflections is the construction of concepts and
categories surrounding gender differences. The feminist theory, in this sense, has
contributed critical and rigorous knowledge of ways in which inequality is produced! The
incorporation of critical knowledge and emancipation statements from feminist thought is
today a topic that can not be ignored. The necessity to include this type of study is now
common practice at universities that allows the education of students to be sensitive to the
gender perspective; this is the attainment of equality between women and men in a
democratic citizenship.
In this course we will analyze the development of feminist theory, its evolution and
internal debates as well as its contribution to the contemporary political philosophy and to
the social sciences in general. Also there will be an emphasis on its critical role and its
transformation of knowledge and its relationship with its main current of thoughts.
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SOCIOLOGÍA DEL CONOCIMIENTO
Sociology of Knowledge
Optativa de Segundo Ciclo
12192 First Semestre Fall
Sociology of Knowledge
Prof. Miguel Beltrán Villalva
The present course of Sociology of Knowledge is categorized by the articulation of the
traditional theories of sociology of knowledge (for example those of Marx or Mannheim),
along with sociology of science.
It is an introductory course to an advanced territory of sociological theory. Students
should follow the material covered in lectures through related readings. The most
advisable book is The Sociology of Knowledge and Science, by Espinosa, Gonzalez Garcia,
and Torres Albero.
The grade in the course will be determined by a written exam, or the presentation of an
essay of no more than 15 pages about one of the recommended readings.
The course is broken down as follows:
First Part: Sociology of Consciousness
•
Knowledge in the context of culture – society, culture, and personality
•
Social Structure and knowledge – knowledge as a dependent variable
•
Criticism of ideology – Marxism and problems with determination
•
Philosophy and sociology of knowledge – the social nature of categories of
knowledge and forms of classification
•
The Mannheim version of sociology of knowledge – the role of intellectuals
•
Religion and social structure: the influence of belief systems on economic life
•
The social marks of knowledge – theory of the fluctuations of the systems of
truth and knowledge
Second Part:
Sociology of Science
•
Science and common sense – epistemology
•
Positivism and the vision received from science – problems with induction.
•
Response to epistemological problems by positivist science – science as an
activity and social institution
•
The development, not accumulation, of science and the role of the scientific
community – theories of the scientific revolutions
•
Scientific practice in the programs of research – the negative heuristic
•
Criticism of the method – the principle of proliferation and the absence of
methodology
•
Modern currents in sociology of knowledge
Readings:
Sigmund Freud “The Ego and the Id” Complete Works.
Derek L. Phillips “Epistemology and the Sociology of Knowledge: The contributions of
Mannheim, Mills, and Merton” Theory and Society
Karl Marx Criticism of the Moral Philosophy of Hegel
Emile Durkheim The Elemental Forms of the Religious Life
Miguel Beltrán Science and Sociology
Karl L. Popper The Sociology of Knowledge
Max Weber The Protestant Ethics and the Spirit of Capitalism
Pitirim A. Sorokin Social Dynamics and Culture
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Augusto Comte Discourse on the Positivist Spirit
Alan F. Chalmers What is This Thing Called Science?
Thomas S. Kuhn The Structure of the Scientific Revolutions
Paul K. Feyerband How to be a Good Empiricist
TEORÍA DEL CONOCIMIENTO I
Theory of Knowledge I
12132 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Monographic course about conscience and self conscience in Hegel´s phenomenology of
the spirit. Hegel´s logic and its projection in the conception of dialectics.
TEORÍA DEL CONOCIMIENTO II
12137 Theory of Knowledge II)
(Second Semester:) Spring (Second Year) (First Cycle)
LÓGICA FILOSÓFICA: PENSAMIENTO CRÍTICO
Philosophical Logic: Critical Thinking
Philosophic Logic
Optativa de 2º Ciclo
Prof. Hubert Marraud
Objectives of the course
Throughout the length of the course, the student will acquire the following knowledge:
1. Techniques in detecting an argument
2. Analysis of argumentative structure
3. Evaluation of arguments: argumentative schemes
4. False reasoning
The student will be capable of: developing discoursive habilities of a general type, to differentiate
between a good and a bad argument.
Course Contents:
Theme 1:
Techniques of the detection of arguments: operators and argumentative connectors.
Theme 2:
The structure of the arguments: multiple and coordinated argumentation; counter argumentation
Theme 3:
Argumentative schemes
Theme 4:
The study of fallacies: history, current state and perspectives
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Programas de Asignaturas
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Cursos de Oferta Específica
Código
2010
Asignatura
12519
La España del Siglo de Oro: El Tiempo del Quijote
13580
La Europa del Renacimiento
13585
Arqueología de Egipto
13961
Teoría de los Géneros Literarios I
13962
Teatro Griego
13963
Retórica de la Comunicación
13971
Arqueología de la Medicina
13992
Introducción a la Música: Nosotros y la Música
14955
Textos Dramáticos Contemporáneos
14956
Narrativa Española Actual
14979
Griego Moderno I
14984
Estilística y Teoría del Texto
14985
Estructuras Retóricas en la Negociación
14989
La España Medieval
14991
Introducción a la Historia de Italia
14992
Madrid, Historia Comparada de una Capital
14995
Riesgos Climáticos y Medio Ambiente
15105
Principios y Métodos de Literatura Comparada
15200
Narrativa Española Actual (De 1975 -2000)
15201
Mitología Clásica: Dioses
15366
Judíos y Moriscos en la Europa Moderna
15369
Griego Moderno II
15372
Poesía Española Actual (1975-2000)
15822
La Mujer Escritora en España (siglos XVI-XX)
15830
Herejía e Inquisición en la Europa Moderna
15834
Espacios Cotidianos e Imaginarios en la Edad Media
15999
Introducción a la Onomástica Española
16085
Introducción a la Sociología de los Fenómenos Estéticos
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Cultura del Barroco en la Europa Mediterránea
16089
El Campo y la Ciudad: Una Perspectiva Histórica
16161
InterRed. Lenguajes y Actitudes en la Sociedad de la
Información
16162
Humanidades Electrónicas
2010
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LA ESPAÑA DEL SIGLO DE ORO: EL TIEMPO DEL QUIJOTE
SPAIN IN THE GOLDEN CENTURY: THE TIME OF QUIJOTE
12519 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective course)
Introduction
1) Miguel de Cervantes and his time.
2) Europe and the kingdoms of Spain: space and time.
3) The precedents of Spanish hegemony. The heredity of the Catholic kings.
4) The empire of Carlos V
Life and society in the Iron Age
5) The population and its regional differences.
6) The differential crisis of the 17th century and Spanish decadence.
Economic activities
The rural world.
7) The urban sectors: money and credit.
8) Social classes and social movements.
The Catholic Monarchy
9) The confessional definition of the Monarchy: the kingdom of Felipe II.
10)
The “Austrian Minors”.
11)
The government and institutions of the Monarchy.
Public finance, prosecution and war.
12)
From the discoveries to the formation of the Latin American societies.
13)
Exterior politics, the crisis of 1640 and the collapse of European hegemony.
The Cosmovision of Don Quijote
14)
The Baroque culture.
15)
The religion of the counter-reformation.
16)
Political thought.
17)
Arts.
EUROPA DEL RENACIMIENTO, LA
RENAISSANCE EUROPE
13580 (First Semester: Fall) (Elective Course)
This subject, will enrol students other than those who specialize in History. In this context,
we are trying to present a contextual history of the period from the recuperation of the
crisis of the early Middle Ages to the differential crisis of the 17th century. In the history of
this period, we will look at Modern Europe several aspects including; the material, the
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social, the political, the religious and the cultural. In sum, the cultural category of the
Renaissance as the tool to analize the changes that occurred in the 15th and 16th century
when the expansion of Europe displaced the path of history towards the New World.
General Themes:
I. Introduction
Theme 1: The coordinates of History: the perception of space and the measure of time.
Theme 2: The end of the early Middle Ages crisis and the formation of Modern Europe.
II. The splendour of the Renaissance (1450-1580)
Theme 3: Material Civilization and Expansionism.
Theme 4: The Vita Nuova: The Renaissance.
Theme 5; The Judgement of God: The Reformation.
Theme 6: The Sword and the faith: the political reordering and Christianity.
III. The Iron Century (1560-1660)
Theme 7: The differential crisis of the 17th century.
Theme 8: The transition towards the Baroque.
JUDÍOS Y MORISCOS EN LA EUROPA MODERNA
Jews and Muslims in Modern Europe
15366 (Elective Course)
(First Semester)
This is an introductory course for those students who have never taken a history course
about the historical experience of the two “religious” minorities in Modern Spain; the
converted Jews and Muslims. Special emphasis is placed on the multiple and contradictory
identities taken on by those individuals and groups involved in the official political and
social exclusion based on religion and ethnicity.
MADRID, HISTORIA COMPARADA DE UNA CAPITAL
Madrid, Comparative History of a Capital
Oferta Específica
14992 (Elective Course)
(Second Semester)
The city and the monarchy:
The cities in the Old Regime. The role of the cities in the Modern Age. Development and arrival of the monarchy.
The house of the king and the patrimony of the crown. The institutions of the government. The administration. The city
plan of the monarchy.
European Capitals:
Paris en the Middle Ages: Church, crown, university. Paris, a capital for a state. Urban reforms and organization of
the city en the 1600s. Lisbon, capital of a colonial empire. The new Lisbon of the 18th century. The rise of London from the
middle of the 16th century. London, economic capital: the articulation of the English economy. Renaissance and Baroque
Rome: the capital of Catholicism.
Madrid locating of the monarchy:
Early Medieval Madrid. The monarchy in Madrid: 1561. Impact on the city and its territory. Urban rise. The social
transformations.
Madrid Monarchy Baroque:
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New image of the city and its ideological justification. The peak of the rise. Urban reforms: Plaza Mayor and the
palace of Buen Retiro. The city´s convents. The social elites. A new Babylonia…
Madrid City of the Court. The 18th century:
The new rise. Urban reforms: sanitary and ornamentation. New endowments and institutions. Reordering of the
city. Palace constructions. The privileged and marginalized.
Madrid capital of the liberal state:
The reforms of the first half of the century. The rise of the second half. The plan of Ensanche (Extension).
Infrastructures. The new endowments. Eclesiastic revitalization: The charity. The image and customs of the city.
Government and Society:
The municipal government and the impact of the monarchy. Dynamic of the population: Growth and immigration.
The supplies of the city. Powerful elites, social elites. Church and clergy. Merchants, craftsmen, and marginalized. The
society and its institutions. Representation and festivities.
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA MÚSICA: NOSOTROS Y LA MÚSICA
INTRODUCTION TO THE MUSIC: US AND THE MUSIC
13992 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Oferta específica en Filosofía y
Letras)
1.- The music. Nature. Basic Principles.
2.- Musical Perception. Silence and music. Listen, Recognize, imitate, Understand.
3.- The musical experience. Music and its instruments.
4.- Musical language and rules. Style and ideas.
5.- The value of music through the history. Master works.
6.- Music and the individual. Freedom of incentive against the freedom of a response.
7.- Music and Society. Resources of communication and music.
8.- Musical work. Create, interpret, teach, share and listen.
9.- The music, a language for everyone? Popular music. Refined music. Our music.
10.- Musicals and Musicology. The Musical investigation against the music.
MUJER ESCRITORA EN ESPAÑA (SIGLOS XVI-XX)
THE WOMAN WRITER IN SPAIN (CENTURIES XVI-XX)
15822 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
IN this class we will study and evaluate the presence and absence of female writers
throughout the history of Spanish literature. Beginning with Santa Teresa de Jesús and
María de Zayas, we will determinate distinct models of the incorporation of women and
establish continuous trends in the literature written by women –with special attention to the
narrative of the second half of the 20th century. We will read texts by Rosalía de Castro and
Emilia Pardo Bazán, as well as writers like Carmen Laforet, Carmen Martín Gaite and Ana
María Matute who broke with the rhetoric of the “novela rosa”. We will discuss the
category of “gender” in literature and end with a reflection as to how to become a better
reader, examining recent pieces by current authors.
NARRATIVA ESPAÑOLA ACTUAL (1975-2004)
CURRENT SPANISH NARRATIVE (1975-2004)
15200 (First Semester: Fall) o (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
Introduction: key parts of Contemporary Spanish Narrative.
1. Period. Tendencies and types.
2. Returning to Narrative. – Eduardo Mendoza: “La verdad sober el caso Savolta”
3. “Metanovelesca” fiction. –Juan Goytisolo: “Paisajes después de la batalla”.
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4. Word of the women.- Carme Riera “Te entrego, amor, al mar, como una ofrenda”.Almudena Grandes, “Malena es un nombre de tango”.
5. Writing and Memory. –Juan Eduardo Zúñiga: “Largo Noviembre de Madrid”. –Julio
Llamazares: “Escenas de cine mudo”.
6. Novel of in trigue: Antonio Muñoz Molina “El invierno en Lisboa”.
7. Narrative works: -Bernardo Atxaga: “Obabakoak”, Manual Rivas “¿Qué me quieres,
amor?”.
8. Possible panoramic view of present-day Spanish narrative.
Objective and development of the subject:
- Plan gives an essential view of Spanish narrative since 1975, and in this way gives a
personal view of some of the authors and texts that are most representative of this period.
- Shows the theory behind each theme with a practical part, that consists of reading and
commentary of one or more works.
Evaluation:
- Written exam.
- Oral presentation of a work published between 1975 and 2002 by an author not being
presented in class.
- Written commentary on the work presented in class.
POESÍA ESPAÑOLA ACTUAL (1975-2000)
Current Spanish Poetry (1975-2000)
15372 ( Second Semester: Spring) (Oferta Específica)
Description of objectives and content:
The principal objectives that will be raised in class are:
• To delimit the variety of poetic language in present-day Spanish from the seventies until
the present and to analyze representative poems of this language.
• To study and evaluate the renovation of the tradition that these poems include.
• To reflect on the function of poetry in the modern world: What can one say with a poem
and what distinguishes poetic language from other language usage?
In order to do this we will develop the following time periods:
I.
Spanish poetry of the seventies:
1.
Introduction to the principal movements of Spanish poetry after the Civil War
(1929-1970)
2.
Two authors of the fifties that prevail until the present: Jaime Gil de Bierdma and
José Ángel Valente. From the rhetoric of experience to the rhetoric of the disposition of
the “mirror” motif
3.
The “novísimos” of José María Castellet and the Venetian esthetic; Pere Gimferrer
and Guillermo Carnero
4.
Other poets of the seventies not recognized by Castellet: Aníbel Núñoz, Juan Luis
Panero, and Miguel d’Ors
5.
The poetry of Leopoldo María Panero
II.
Spanish poetry of the eighties
6.
Principle tendencies in the first half of the decade. Special attention to the poetry
written by women: “neosurrealismo” (Blanca Andréu and Luisa Castro), the poetry of
silence (Amparo Amorós), and the “neoerotismo” of Ana Rossetti.
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7.
Figurative poetry as a hegemonic tendency from the second half of the decade: from
“the other sentimentality” to the poetry of experience: Luis García Montero and Felipe
Benitez Reyes
8. Participation of poets from the last decade in the realist tendencies: Luis Antonio de
Villena and Luis Alberto de Cuenca
III.
Spanish poetry from 1990 to the present
9. The state of the question: the exhaustion of the “poetry of experience” and the
enlargement of the borders of realism: dirty realism, the preoccupation with neosocialism,
the metaphysical poetry, and a fusion of the tendencies. Readings of poems by Carlos
Marzal, Roger Wolfe, Jorge Riechmann, and Ada Salas.
10.
Guest lecture of the poets Rosana Aquaroni and Fancisco Serradilla
11.
Review the following books:
a. Pureza Canelo, No escribir, Salamanca, Algaida, 1999 (2nd ed. Colección U.P. San
Sebastián de los Reyes, 2002)
b. José Teruel, La soledad de los nombres, Consejería de Cultura de la Comunicad de
Madrid-Colección “Poesía en Madrid”, 2002
c. Vicente Gallego, Santa deriva, Madrid, Visor, 2002
d. Luis García Montero, La intimidad de la serpiente, Barcelona, Tusquets, 2003
Obligatory readings and evaluation
The professor will be creating an anthology of poems and poetic representatives of the
periods studied that can be picked up in the copy center.
Books reviewed in class
Lanz, Juan José, La joven poesía española. Notas para una periodización. Hispanic
Review. 96 (1998). (60% of grade)
Review of a book of poetry (20 % of grade)
Diary of lessons (i.e. review of poetry written by authors covered in class) and cultural
activities: 13 entries (20% of grade)
Extra credit: Review of an anthology (10% of grade).
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DERECHO INDUSTRIAL Y DE LA COMPETENCIA
(Área:MERCANTIL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO, Estudios:
DCP) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO I
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO I
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DCP) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO I
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO II
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO II
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DCP) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO II
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUIBLICO II
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
DERECHO MATRIMONIAL DE LAS CONFESIONES
RELIGIOSAS (Área:ECLESIÁSTICO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
2009
53 58
55
41 42 46 47
23 28
25
21 22 26 27
28
25
21 22 26 27
23
81 86
DERECHO MERCANTIL (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: ADE) (Ver más)
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
DERECHO MERCANTIL I (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
53 58
198
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
DERECHO MERCANTIL I (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
35
DERECHO MERCANTIL I (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31 32 36 37
DERECHO MERCANTIL II (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
53 58
DERECHO MERCANTIL II (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
35
DERECHO MERCANTIL II (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31 32 36 37
DERECHO MERCANTIL III (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
63 68
DERECHO MERCANTIL III (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
45
DERECHO MERCANTIL III (Área:MERCANTIL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
41 42 46 47
DERECHO PARLAMENTARIO Y/O ELECTORAL
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
DERECHO PENAL ECONOMICO (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
82
DERECHO PENAL ECONOMICO (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE ESPECIAL (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
33 38
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE ESPECIAL (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
21 22 26 27
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE GENERAL I
(Área:PENAL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
23 28
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE GENERAL I
(Área:PENAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
11 12 16 17
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE GENERAL II
(Área:PENAL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
33 38
DERECHO PENAL. PARTE GENERAL II
(Área:PENAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
21 22 26 27
DERECHO PROCESAL CONTENCIOSO
ADMINISTRATIVO (Área:ADMINISTRATIVO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
86 81
DERECHO PROCESAL I (CIVIL) (Área:PROCESAL,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
43 48
DERECHO PROCESAL I (CIVIL) (Área:PROCESAL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
35
DERECHO PROCESAL I (CIVIL) (Área:PROCESAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31 32 36 37
DERECHO PROCESAL II (PENAL)
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
43 48
DERECHO PROCESAL II (PENAL)
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
35
DERECHO PROCESAL II (PENAL)
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31 32 36 37
199
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
DERECHO PROCESAL LABORAL (Área:PROCESAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
DERECHO PUBLICO DEL TURISMO
(Área:ADMINISTRATIVO, Estudios:
TURISMO) (Ver más)
81 86
16
DERECHO PUBLICO ROMANO (Área:ROMANO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
DERECHO ROMANO (Área:ROMANO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
13 18
DERECHO ROMANO (Área:ROMANO, Estudios:
DCP) (Ver más)
15
DERECHO ROMANO (Área:ROMANO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
11 12 16 17
DESARROLLO URBANO Y PROTECCION JURIDICA
(Área:ADMINISTRATIVO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
DIALECTICA, RETORICA Y LENGUAJE JURIDICO
ROMANO (Área:ROMANO, Estudios: O.E.) (Ver
más)
86
86
Dº PENAL GENERAL I (4,5) (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
0
Dº PENAL. PARTE ESPECIAL (9) (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
25
Dº PENAL. PARTE GENERAL II (6) (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
25
EL CIUDADANO Y SUS DERECHOS
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: O.E.) (Ver
más)
EL HOLOCAUSTO (Área:FILOSOFÍA, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
EL USO DE LA FUERZA EN EL DERECHO
INTERNACIONAL (Área:INTERNACIONAL
PÚBLICO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
ESTADO DE BIENESTAR (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Optativas)) (Ver
más)
ESTADO DE BIENESTAR (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Optativas)) (Ver más)
ESTADO DEL BIENESTAR Y POLITICA SOCIAL
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: Dº) (Ver
más)
ESTRUCTURA TERRITORIAL DEL ESTADO
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
ESTRUCTURA TERRITORIAL DEL ESTADO
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
81
86
81
0
0
81
0
0
ETICA Y DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA, Estudios:
FILOSOFÍA) (Ver más)
82
ETICA Y DERECHOS HUMANOS (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
82
ETICA Y DERECHOS HUMANOS (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
FILOSOFIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
63 68
200
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
FILOSOFIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
35
FILOSOFIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31 32 36 37
FILOSOFIA POLÍTICA (Área:FILOSOFÍA, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
FISCALIDAD DE LA EMPRESAS
(Área:FINANCIERO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
FISCALIDAD DE LAS PERSONAS FISICAS
(Área:FINANCIERO, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
82 87
FISCALIDAD DE LAS PERSONAS FISICAS
(Área:FINANCIERO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
FUNDAMENTOS DE LA CONTRATACION Y TIPOS
DE CONTRATOS (Área:CIVIL, Estudios: O.E.) (Ver
más)
81
GENERO Y POLITICA (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Optativas)) (Ver más)
0
GENERO Y POLITICA (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: DCP (Optativas)) (Ver más)
0
GESTION DE POLITICAS PUBLICAS
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios:
Ambientales) (Ver más)
0
HACIENDA PUBLICA (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
41
HISTORIA CONTEMPORANEA DE ESPAÑA SIGLO
XIX (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA CONTEMPORANEA DE ESPAÑA SIGLO
XIX (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA CONTEMPORANEA DE ESPAÑA SIGLO
XX (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LA TEORIA POLÍTICA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LA TEORIA POLÍTICA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LAS INSTITUCIONES POLITICO
ADMINISTRATIVAS (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LAS INSTITUCIONES POLITICO
ADMINISTRATIVAS (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LAS INSTITUCIONES POLITICO
ADMINISTRATIVAS (Área:HISTORIA, Estudios:
CCPP) (Ver más)
HISTORIA DE LAS INSTITUCIONES POLITICO
ADMINISTRATIVAS (Área:HISTORIA, Estudios:
DCP) (Ver más)
0 0
0
0
31
35
41
45
41
45
HISTORIA DEL CONSTITUCIONALISMO
(Área:HISTORIA, Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
82
HISTORIA DEL CONSTITUCIONALISMO
(Área:HISTORIA, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
HISTORIA DEL DERECHO (Área:HISTORIA,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
15
201
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
HISTORIA DEL DERECHO (Área:HISTORIA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
11 12 16 17
HISTORIA DEL DERECHO (6) (Área:HISTORIA,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
13 18
HISTORIA DEL DERECHO PENAL Y PROCESAL
PENAL (Área:HISTORIA, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
76
HISTORIA POLITICA Y SOCIAL CONTEMPORANEA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
HISTORIA POLITICA Y SOCIAL CONTEMPORANEA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
IDEOLOGIAS POLÍTICAS CONTEMPORANEAS
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
IDEOLOGIAS POLÍTICAS CONTEMPORANEAS
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
(Área:ADMINISTRATIVO, Estudios: DADE) (Ver
más)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
(Área:ADMINISTRATIVO, Estudios: DCP) (Ver
más)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
INSTITUCIONES POLITICAS EN EUROPA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: ADE) (Ver
más)
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
2009
31
15
0
0
28
25
21 22 26
23
27
87
31
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO (Área:CIVIL,
Estudios: ECONOMIA) (Ver más)
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO (Área:CIVIL,
Estudios: ECONOMIA ó TURISMO) (Ver más)
16
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios:
AERONAUTICA) (Ver más)
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios:
ECONOMICAS) (Ver más)
0
16 17 18 19
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO PROCESAL
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
33 38
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO PROCESAL
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
25
INTRODUCCION AL DERECHO PROCESAL
(Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
21 22 26 27
JUSTICIA Y JURISPRUDENCIA CONSTITUCIONAL
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: DCP) (Ver
más)
JUSTICIA Y JURISPRUDENCIA CONSTITUCIONAL
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
202
82
81 86
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
LA FORMACION DE LA SOCIEDAD
INTERNACIONAL (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
LA FORMACION DE LA SOCIEDAD
INTERNACIONAL (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
LIBERTAD DE CONCIENCIA Y DERECHO
(Área:ECLESIÁSTICO, Estudios: O.E.) (Ver más)
LOS DELITOS ELECTORALES DURANTE LA
RESTAURACION (Área:HISTORIA, Estudios:
OE) (Ver más)
METODOLOGIA Y TEORÍA DE LA
ARGUMENTACION JURÍDICA (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
ORDENACION DEL TERRITORIO, URBANISMO Y
MEDIO AMBIENTE (Área:ADMINISTRATIVO,
Estudios: CIENCIAS AMBIENTALES) (Ver más)
ORDENACION DEL TERRITORIO, URBANISMO Y
MEDIO AMBIENTE (Área:ADMINISTRATIVO,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
ORDENACION DEL TERRITORIO, URBANISMO Y
MEDIO AMBIENTE (Área:ADMINISTRATIVO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
ORGANIZACION Y GESTIÓN DE PROYECTOS
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios:
Ambientales) (Ver más)
PARTIDOS POLITICOS, MOVIMIENTOS Y GRUPOS
DE PRESION (6) (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
PARTIDOS POLITICOS, MOVIMIENTOS Y GRUPOS
DE PRESION (6) (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
31
35
81
86
81 86
36 37
82
81 86
0
31
35
PENSAMIENTO FEMINISTA (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: FILOSOFÍA) (Ver más)
82
PERSONA, FAMILIA Y HERENCIA (Área:CIVIL,
Estudios: O.E.) (Ver más)
81
POLITICA COMPARADA (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
POLITICA COMPARADA (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
POLITICA COMPARADA (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: Económicas) (Ver más)
POLITICA DE LA UNION EUROPEA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
POLITICA DE LA UNION EUROPEA
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
POLITICA DEL ESTE EUROPEO (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Optativas)) (Ver
más)
POLITICA EN EL ESTE EUROPEO (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Optativas)) (Ver más)
POLITICA Y ADMINISTRACION LOCAL
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
POLITICA Y ADMINISTRACION LOCAL
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
203
41
45
83
0
0
0
0
0
0
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
POLITICAS PUBLICAS SECTORIALES
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
41
PROCEDIMIENTOS DE GESTION TRIBUTARIA
(Área:FINANCIERO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
PROPIEDAD INMOBILIARIA Y REGISTRO DE LA
PROPIEDAD (Área:CIVIL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver
más)
87
PROPIEDAD INMOBILIARIA Y REGISTRO DE LA
PROPIEDAD (Área:CIVIL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
PROPIEDAD INTELECTUAL (Área:CIVIL, Estudios:
DADE) (Ver más)
82
PROPIEDAD INTELECTUAL (Área:CIVIL, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
PROTECCION DE LOS CONSUMIDORES
(Área:CIVIL, Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
82 87
PROTECCION DE LOS CONSUMIDORES
(Área:CIVIL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 86
REGIMEN JURIDICO DEL MERCADO
(Área:MERCANTIL, Estudios: INVESTIGACIÓN Y
TÉCNICAS DE MERCADO) (Ver más)
RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
46
31
RESPONSABILIDAD MEDICA (Área:CIVIL,
Estudios: O.E.) (Ver más)
86
SEMINARIO ARBITRAJE COMERCIAL
INTERNACIONAL (Área:INTERNACIONAL
PRIVADO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
82
SEMINARIO CINE Y DERECHO
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
81 82
SEMINARIO DE DERECHO ECLESIASTICO DEL
ESTADO (Área:ECLESIÁSTICO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver
más)
SEMINARIO DE ESTUDIOS DE AREA DE
PORTUGAL (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios:
DCP (Optativas)) (Ver más)
73
0
SEMINARIO DE FILOSOFIA DEL DERECHO
(Área:FILOSOFÍA, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
75
SEMINARIO DERECHO AUTONOMICO
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
84
SEMINARIO DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL
EUROPEO COMPARADO (Área:CONSTITUCIONAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
83
SEMINARIO DERECHO DE OBLIGACIONES
ROMANO (Área:ROMANO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
84
SEMINARIO DERECHO DE SEGUROS
(Área:MERCANTIL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
89
SEMINARIO DERECHO DE SUCESIONES ROMANO
(Área:ROMANO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
86
SEMINARIO DERECHO DEL COMERCIO
INTERNACIONAL (Área:INTERNACIONAL
PRIVADO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO DERECHO DEL TRABAJO Y CINE
(Área:TRABAJO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
204
81 82
83
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
SEMINARIO EL ORDEN PUBLICO EUROPEO DE
LOS DERECHOS FUNDAMENTALES
(Área:CONSTITUCIONAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO ESTUDIOS DE AREA POLITICA Y
SOCIEDAD DE PORTUGAL (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Optativas)) (Ver
más)
SEMINARIO GLOBALIZACION Y DERECHO
INTERNACIONAL (Área:INTERNACIONAL
PRIVADO, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO LA POLITICA CRIMINAL EN LAS
SOCIEDADES MODERNAS (Área:PENAL, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO LA PROTECCION PENAL DE LA VIDA
HUMANA EN SUS DISTINTAS FASES (Área:PENAL,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO LOS PROCESOS CIVILES
ESPECIALES (Área:PROCESAL, Estudios: Dº) (Ver
más)
SEMINARIO PROBLEMAS ACTUALES DE CCPP
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO PROBLEMAS ACTUALES DE CCPP
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Optativas)) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO PROBLEMAS ACTUALES DE DERECHO
DEL MAR (Área:INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO PROTECCION INTERNACIONAL DE
BIENES (Área:INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIO SISTEMA TRIBUTARIO Y
CONSTITUCION: CUESTIONES PENDIENTES DE
DERECHO TRIBUTARIO (Área:FINANCIERO,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
SEMINARIOMATRIMONIO Y UNIONES DE HECHO
EN UNA SOCIEDAD MULTICULTURAL
(Área:INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO, Estudios:
Dº) (Ver más)
SISTEMA ECONOMICO MUNDIA Y ESPAÑOL II
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
SISTEMA ECONOMICO MUNDIAL Y ESPAÑOL I
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
SISTEMA ECONOMICO MUNDIAL Y ESPAÑOL I
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
SISTEMA ECONOMICO MUNDIAL Y ESPAÑOL II
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
SISTEMA POLITICO ESPAÑOL (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
SISTEMA POLITICO ESPAÑOL (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
SOCIOLOGIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
85
0
82
87
81
82
0
0
86
83
86
81
35
31
35
31
31
35
81 86
SOCIOLOGIA GENERAL (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
31
SOCIOLOGIA GENERAL (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
25
205
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
TECNICAS DE INVESTIGACION SOCIAL
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
TECNICAS DE INVESTIGACION SOCIAL
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
TEORIA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
TEORIA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES
(Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP
(Troncales)) (Ver más)
31
25
41
55
TEORIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: DADE) (Ver más)
13 18
TEORIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: DCP) (Ver más)
15
TEORIA DEL DERECHO (Área:FILOSOFÍA,
Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
11 12 14 16 17
TEORIA POLÍTICA (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
41
TEORIA POLÍTICA (Área:CIENCIAS POLÍTICAS,
Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
45
TEORIAS DE LA DEMOCRACIA (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: CCPP (Troncales)) (Ver
más)
TEORIAS DE LA DEMOCRACIA (Área:CIENCIAS
POLÍTICAS, Estudios: DCP (Troncales)) (Ver más)
TRABAJOS ACADEMICAMENTE DIRIGIDOS
(Área:HISTORIA, Estudios: Dº) (Ver más)
31
35
41
Troncales y Obligatorias de 1er Curso
Código
Asignatura
13686
Derecho civil I (1er semestre)
13687
Derecho constitucional I (1er semestre)
13688
Derecho romano (1er semestre)
13689
Historia del derecho español (1er semestre)
13690
Teoría del derecho (1er semestre)
13691
Derecho civil II (2º semester)
13692
Derecho constitucional II (2º semestre)
13693
Derecho penal. Parte general I (2º semestre)
13694
Economía política y hacienda pública (2º semestre)
13695
Ciencia política (2º semestre)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 2º Curso
Código
13696
Asignatura
Derecho administrativo I (1er semestre)
206
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
13697
Derecho civil III (1er semestre)
13698
Derecho constitucional III (1er semestre)
13699
Derecho internacional público I (1er semestre)
13700
Derecho penal. Parte general I (1er semestre)
13701
Introducción al derecho procesal (1er semestre)
13702
Derecho administrativo II (2º semestre)
13703
Derecho civil IV (2º semestre)
13704
Derecho internacional público II (2º semestre)
13705
Derecho penal. Parte especial (2º semestre)
13706
Instituciones de derecho comunitario (2º semestre)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
13707
Derecho administrativo III (1er semestre)
13708
Derecho financiero y tributario I (1er semestre)
13709
Derecho mercantil I (1er semestre)
13710
Derecho procesal I (1er semestre)
13711
Filosofía del derecho (1er semestre)
13712
Derecho civil V (2º semestre)
13713
Derecho financiero y tributario II (2º semestre)
13714
Derecho mercantil II (2º semestre)
13715
Derecho procesal II (2º semestre)
13716
Derecho del trabajo (2º semestre)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
13717
Derecho civil VI (1er semestre)
13718
Derecho eclesiástico del estado (1er semestre)
13719
Derecho internacional privado (1er semestre)
13720
Derecho mercantil III (1er semestre)
13721
Derecho de la Seguridad Social (1er semestre)
13722
Practicum (2º semestre)
Optativas de 2º Ciclo
Código Asignatura
13723
Estado de bienestar y política social (1er semestre)
207
2009
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
13724
Propiedad intellectual (1er semestre)
13725
Protección de los consumidores (1er semestre)
13728
Derecho de ejecución de penas y medidas (1er semestre)
13729
Sociololgía del derecho (1er semestre)
13731
Filosofía política (1er semestre)
13733
Derecho procesal laboral (1er semestre)
13734
Análisis económico del derecho (1er semestre)
13739
Ordenación del territorio, urbanismo y medio ambiente (1er semestre)
13743
Derecho matrimonial de las confesiones religiosas (1er semestre)
13745
Fiscalidad de las personas físicas (1er semestre)
13747
Derecho industrial y de la competencia (1er semestre)
13750
Economía del sector público (1er semestre)
13752
Historia del constitucionalismo (1er semestre)
13726
Derecho parlamentario y/o electoral (2º semestre)
13727
Procedimiento de gestión tributaria (2º semestre)
13730
Ética y derechos humanos (2º semestre)
13732
Derecho procesal contencioso-administrativo (2º semestre)
13738
Derecho administrativo económico (2º semestre)
13740
Derecho de daños (2º semestre)
13741
Propiedad inmobiliaria y registro de la propiedad (2º semestre)
13742
Justicia y jurisprudencia constitucional (2º semestre)
13744
Fiscalidad de la empresa (2º semestre)
13746
Derecho concursal (2º semestre)
13748
Derecho penal económico (2º semestre)
13749
Derecho público romano (2º semestre)
13751
Metodología y teoría de la argumentación jurídica (2º semestre)
13753
Derecho del comercio internacional (2º semestre)
13754
Contabilidad financiera y de sociedades (2º semestre)
2009
DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL I
Constitutional Law I
13687 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Elective Course)
Theory of the Constitution and the constitutional State. Constitutional organization of the
State.
DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL II
Constitutional Law II
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2009
13692 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle) (También Elective course:
Libre Configuración)
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO
Private International Law
13719 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
General introduction to Private International Law. Historic formation of the Spanish
system of Private International Law. Internal conflicts in the Spanish system of Private
International Law. Regimentation techniques and rules. Judicial protection of rights.
Nationality and foreign status. International civil law. The process of enforcing rules.
DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO II
Public International Law II
13704 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
General introduction to Public International Law. Historic formation of the Spanish system
of Public International Law. Internal conflicts in the Spanish system of Public International
Law. Regimentation techniques and rules. Judicial protection of rights. The expansion of
the European Union.
209
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UAM
2009
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Troncales y Obligatorias de 3er Curso
Código
Asignatura
11649
Derecho del Estado I (1er semestre)
11653
Teorías de la democracia (1er semestre)
11671
Sistema politico español (1er semestre)
14356
Sistema economic mundial y español I (1er semestre)
11656
Derecho del Estado I I (2º semestre)
14357
Sistema economic mundial y español II (2º semestre)
14358
Partidos politicos, movimientos y grupos de presión (2º semestre)
14359
Historia de la teoría política (2º semestre)
14360
La formación de la sociedad internacional (2º semestre)
Troncales y Obligatorias de 4º Curso
Código
Asignatura
11662
Hacienda pública (1er semestre)
14362
Teoría política (1er semestre)
14364
Análisis de las políticas públicas (1er semestre)
14366
Comportamiento politico y electoral (1er semestre)
14364
Historia de las instituciones político-administrativa (2º semestre)
14361
Política comparada (2º semestre)
14363
Análisis de la organización administrativa (2º semestre)
14365
Teoría de las relaciones internacionales (2º semestre)
14367
Políticas públicas sectoriales (2º semestre)
14368
Derecho electoral y sistemas electorales (2º semestre)
Optativas
Optativas de 2º Ciclo
Código Asignatura
11669
Historia contemporánea de España: siglo XIX (1er semestre)
210
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
11674
14369
Ideologías políticas contemporáneas (1er semestre)
Seminario: problemas actuales de la ciencia política y de la administración (1er
semestre)
14372
Seminario: estudios de área (1er semestre)
14378
Política y administración local (1er semestre)
14380
Estructura territorial del Estado (1er semestre)
11673
Historia contemporánea de España: siglo XX (2º semestre)
14370
Género y política (2º semestre)
14379
Estado de bienestar (2º semestre)
14381
Política de la Unión Europea
14382
Política en el Este europeo
211
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UAM
2009
ANÁLISIS DE LAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS
Analysis of Public Policies
14364 (First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
COMPORTAMIENTO POLÍTICO Y SISTEMAS ELECTORALES
Political Behavior and Electoral Systems
(Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences) (Elective
Course: First and Second Year, Second Semester: Spring)
DESARROLLO DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
Development of the European Community
14366 (First Semester. fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
An intensive study of the European Community, it functions and components. We will also
study theory of the nation state and theories of the development of the European
Community.
Program:
Western Europe after W.W.II.
The birth of the common market: the tariffs and customs Union.
The treaties of creation and community rights: the court of Justice.
The council.
The commission.
The European parliament.
The European Union budget.
The common policies.
The solidarity of the European Union.
External relations of the European Union.
The intergovernmental cooperation of internal justice.
The economic and monetary Union.
IDEOLOGÍAS POLÍTICAS CONTEMPORÁNEAS
Contemporary Political Ideologies
11674 (First Semester: Fall) (También Elective Course: Libre Configuración)
Most relevant political theories of our times. Analysis of the following ideologies:
socialism, liberalism, populism, nationalism, ecologism, feminism, fundamentalism and
new right. Connections of each one of these theories with the political practice in effect.
212
FACULTAD DE DERECHO
UAM
2009
PARTIDOS POLÍTICOS Y GRUPOS DE PRESIÓN
Political Parties and Pressure Groups
14358 (second Semester: spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
Familiarization with the mechanisms of aggregation and articulation of interests existing in
present day political systems. Analysis of the communication channels between citizens
and the political system. An examination of conceptual matters, origins, types and
structures of political parties and the systems that they conform; analysis of the parties in
parliament or in the formation of government. Differences between political representation
and representation of interests, and between political parties and interest groups. The
Spanish example.
POLÍTICA COMPARADA
Comparative Politics
14361 (2nd Semester: spring) (fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
The course offers an approximation of the fundamental concepts necessary to understand
the political systems from a comparative perspective. It is not a study of specific political
systems, but study of the basic concepts of political science with a comparative focus in
order to make concrete comparisons between political systems. The course is limited to
the analysis of the peculiarities of the European and North American political systems
involving case studies.
PARTIDOS POLÍTICOS, MOVIMIENTOS Y GRUPOS DE PRESIÓN
Political Parties, Movements and Pressure Groups
Curso 3
This program seeks to give a panoramic view of the most relevant subjects concerning Political
Parties. The class will deal with the historical origins of Political Parties, the interactions between
political parties in the political system and the different explanations about the evolution of the parties
in Western Democracies.
213
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UAM
2009
ESTRUCTURA POLÍTICA Y SOCIAL DE LA EUROPA DEL ESTE
Political and Social Structure of Eastern European Countries
14382 (Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
A study through the means of critical analysis of what was the former Soviet system and
the regimes which have taken its place.
HISTORIA DEL ESTADO LIBERAL
Liberal State History
12311 (First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (History)
Study of the principal streams of economic thought, with a historical view, since the classic
political economy until the post-Keynes formulations.
HISTORIA DE LA TEORÍA POLÍTICA
HISTORY OF POLITICAL THEORY
14362 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
Objectives and structure of the course:
This course is designed to offer the student a panorama of the principal ideas in Western
politics. Allowing for the enormous time period being covered, a series of readings has
been selected that illustrate key concepts and are ordered in six blocks:
- Ancient World
- Medieval World.
- Renaissance and Baroque
- Enlightenment, liberalism and democracy
- Anti- Enlightenment: Conservatives, reactionaries, radicals and fascists.
- Anti-capitalism: anarchy, socialism, communism.
214
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UAM
2009
IMPERIO Y MONARQUÍA EN LA EDAD MEDIA I
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age I
12254 (First Semester: Fall) (Thrid Year) (Second Cycle) (History)
Theory, institutions and power relations at the High Medieval Era.
IMPERIO Y MONARQUÍA EN LA EDAD MEDIA II
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age II
12254 (Second Semester: Spring) (Thrid and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (History)
INSTITUCIONES DE DERECHO COMUNITARIO
Legal Institutions of the European Union
13706 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Lesson 1 : The origin and historical evolution of the European community and the
European Union.
Lesson 2 : Objections and fines of the European Union. The economic integration, interior
market and community politics.
Lesson 3 : The powers of the European Union.
Lesson 4 : The methods of action of the European Union.
Lesson 5 : The institutional structure and decision process of the European Union.
Lesson 6 : Advice
Lesson 7 : The Commission
Lesson 8 : The European Parliament.
Lesson 9 : The jurisdictional function and the European Union.
Lesson 10 : Primary law.
Lesson 11 : Derivative law.
Lesson 12 : The direct control of the validity of derivative law.
Lesson 13 : The rules of ordinary relations in the closing integration.
Lesson 14 : The normal application and administration of community law of member
states.
Lesson 15 : The judicial application of community law to member states.
Lesson 16 : The inclusion of community law.
Lesson 17 : The exterior relations of European Community.
Lesson 18 : The exterior politics and common security.
POLÍTICA DE LA EUROPA DEL ESTE
POLITICS IN EASTERN EUROPE
Regional and Urban Planning
Dept. of Political Science
14382 (Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Second Cycle)
Lesson 1: Historical and geographical introduction. Eastern Europe, Oriental Europe,
Central-Oriental Europe. The geographical and historical delimitation and singularities.
The different sub-divisions within Central and Oriental Europe.
Lesson 2: The nature and problems in Soviet systems. The revolution of October 1917: its
place in history. The problems of interpretation. The inheritance of the past. The different
Soviet systems and their singularities.
Lesson 3: Central Europe between 1945-1989. the imposition of Soviet systems. The
nature of these systems. The Warsaw Pact and the CAEM. The crisis.
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Lesson 4: The liberation process: Perestroika in the USSR. The reasons for the liberation.
The elite and political plans: the economic and political reforms. The national explosion.
The “new thought” in external relations. The final stage of Perestroika.
Lesson 5: The Russian federation today.
The CIS (Community of Independent States) and its problems. Territorial articulation and
national problems in Russia. The political system of the Russian Federation.
Lesson 6: Economics and social problems. The Armed Forces (military) in the process of
transition. External relations.
Lesson 7: The countries of central Europe after 1989. The different models of transition.
The common features. The amplification of the European Union.
Lesson 8: The disintegration of the Federal State of Yugoslavia. The causes of
disintegration of Yugoslavia. The rupture of the Federal State from Serbia (1986-1991).
Declarations of independence and war in Slovenia and Croacia. The war conflict in Bosnia.
The problems with the Yugoslav periphery.
Lesson 9: The conflicts of Kosovo and Macedonia.
Lesson 10: The old and new Soviet theories. The confrontation between the current
situation in the political studies of Central and Oriental Europe.
Lesson 11: Conclusions. The role of external agents. The different future predictions.
Inheritance of the past, democracy and authoritarian regimes
POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS SECTORIALES
SECTORIAL PUBLIC POLICIES
14367 (Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
In this class we will be examining all aspects of public Policies foe the Government. We
will study the political processes involved in forming public policies, as well as the actors
that help to formulate the policies. We also will be studying examples of policies from the
past, using Spain as the main example.
POLÍTICA DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
14381 (Second Semestre: Spring) (Elective Course)
I. European integration in a comparative perspective: new and old regionalisms
II. Theoretic perspectives on the process of integration
III.
Western Europe after WWII: The United States and the reconstruction of
Europe. The Marshall Plan
IV.
The European Community of Coal and Steel and theTtreaties of Rome
V. The Customs Union
VI.
The legal construction of the Communion
VII.
The institutions: The Commission, the Council, and the European Parliament
VIII.
Decision making process
IX.
Intention of the Communion
X. Common agricultural policy
XI.
Economic and monetary union
XII.
Exterior relations: commercial politics, cooperation towards development,
security and exterior policy, the defense policy
XIII.
Intergovernmental cooperation
Expansion of the European Union
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2009
TEORÍA DEL DERECHO
Law Theory
13690 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (También Elective Course:
Libre configuración sin requisitos previos)
Introduction to the concept of law, study of norm theory (concept, types and juridical
norms), study of legal compilation as a system (features) and its dynamic (creation,
interpretation and application of norms).
TEORÍA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES
Theory of International Relations
14365 (Second Semester: Spring) (Thrird Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
TEORÍAS DE LA DEMOCRACIA
Theories of Democracy
11653 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (También Elective Course:
Libre configuración sin requisitos previos) (Political Sciences)
The different, and often opposed, meanings of the concept democracy. Analysis of the
different “ingredients” mixed in our intuitive idea of what constitutes democracy from a
theoretical point of view. In most of the cases the conflicts in current democracies are
related with this lack of cohesion in the concept democracy. These disagreements, present
or past, explain the great number of theories to which the name of the course refers.
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2009
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
Programas de asignaturas DE:
•
Administración y Dirección de Empresas
•
Economía
•
Investigación y Técnicas de Mercado
•
Turismo
•
Oferta Específica
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Primer Curso
Código - Asignatura
Semestre Carácter Créditos
Departamento
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
14470 - MATEMÁTICAS I
1
Tr.
7.5
14471 - MICROECONOMIA I
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
4.5
1
Ob.
6
Sociología
1
Tr.
6
Derecho Privado
2
Tr.
4.5
10980 - ESTADÍSTICA
DESCRIPTIVA
14472 - ECON. DE LA EMPRESA
(INT. Y ORGAN.) I
10982 - SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA
EMPRESA
10983 - DERECHO DE LA
EMPRESA
14473 - ECON. DE LA EMPRESA
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Economía Aplicada
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Contabilidad y Organización
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
(INT. Y ORGAN.) II
UAM
2009
de Empresas
10986 - MATEMÁTICAS II
2
Tr.
6
10987 - CONTABILIDAD
GENERAL
2
Tr.
6
10988 - HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
2
Ob.
6
14474 - MICROECONOMIA II
2
Tr.
6
14475 - ESTADÍSTICA TEÓRICA I
2
Tr.
4.5
219
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Economía Aplicada
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Segundo Curso
Código - Asignatura
14476 - MACROECONOMIA I
10992 - CONTABILIDAD
FINANCIERA I
14477 - ESTADÍSTICA TEÓRICA II
10995 - ECONOMÍA DE LA
EMPRESA: COMERCIALIZACIÓN
10996 - ESTRUCTURA
ECONÓMICA MUNDIAL
14478 - MATEMÁTICAS
FINANCIERAS
10989 - DERECHO MERCANTIL
14479 - MACROECONOMIA II
10993 - CONTABILIDAD
FINANCIERA II
10997 - ESTRUCTURA
ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA
10999 - ECONOMÍA DE LA
EMPRESA: FINANCIACIÓN
14480 - INTROD. A LA
ECONOMETRÍA INFORMÁTICA
Semestre Carácter Créditos
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
4.5
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Ob.
4.5
2
Ob.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
220
Departamento
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Contabilidad y
Organización de Empresas
Economía Aplicada
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Derecho Privado
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Contabilidad y
Organización de Empresas
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Economía Aplicada
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Tercer Curso
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter Créditos
14481 - ECONOMETRÍA I
14482 - DIRECCIÓN
ESTRATÉGICA I
14483 - DIRECCIÓN
FINANCIERA I
14484 - DIRECCIÓN COMERCIAL
I
10797 - CONTABILIDAD
ANALÍTICA
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
14485 - SIST. FISCAL ESPAÑOL I
1
Ob.
6
14486 - ECONOMETRIA II
14487 - DIRECCIÓN
ESTRATÉGICA II
14488 - DIRECCIÓN
FINANCIERA II
14489 - DIRECCIÓN COMERCIAL
II
10798 - ANÁLISIS DE ESTADOS
FINANCIEROS
14490 - SIST. FISCAL ESPAÑOL
II
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Ob.
6
221
Departamento
Economía Aplicada
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía Aplicada
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Perfil : Contabilidad
14491 – PROGRAMACIÓN Y
CONTROL PRESUPUESTARIO
14493 – CONSOLIDACIÓN
ESTADOS FINANCIEROS
14494 - AUDITORIA CONTABLE
14495 - TRIBUTACIÓN DE
SOCIEDADES
Perfil : Organización de
Empresas
11154 - DIRECCIÓN DE
RECURSOS HUMANOS
11155 - SISTEMAS
INFORMÁTICOS DIRECCIÓN
11156 - GESTIÓN
INTERNACIONAL DE LA
EMPRESA
11157 - SISTEMAS DE
DIRECCIÓN EMPRESARIAL
11159 - DIRECCIÓN DE
PRODUCCIÓN
14496 – ORGANIZACIÓN DE
EMPRESAS
11130 - SOCIOLOGÍA DE LAS
ORGANIZACIONES
Semestre Carácter Créditos
Departamento
2
Op.
6
Contabilidad
2
Op.
6
Contabilidad
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
4.5
Contabilidad
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
1-2
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
1
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
1-2
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
1
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
1-2
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
1-2
Op.
4.5
Organización de Empresas
2
Op.
4.5
Sociología
222
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Perfil : Marketing
11144 - COMPORTAMIENTO DEL
CONSUMIDOR
14497 - INVESTIGACIÓN DE
MERCADOS
14498 - DISTRIBUCIÓN
COMERCIAL
14499 - PUBLICIDAD Y
PROMOCIÓN
11158 - TÉCNICAS DE
COMERCIO EXTERIOR
Perfil : Financiación
11146 - ECONOMÍA DE LAS
EMPRESAS FINANCIERAS
11149 - GESTIÓN DE RIESGOS Y
SEGUROS
14500 - FINANCIACIÓN
INTERNACIONAL
14501 - MERCADO DE
CAPITALES
14502 - FISCALIDAD DE LAS
OPERACIONES FINANCIERAS
Semestre
Carácter
Créditos
1
Op.
4.5
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
4.5
2
Op.
4.5
1-2
Op.
4.5
1-2
Op.
4.5
1-2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
4.5
223
Departamento
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Perfil : Economía Aplicada
14503 - ENTORNO
EMPRESARIAL E
INFORMACIÓN ECONÓMICA
14504 - TÉCNICAS DE
CONTROL DE CALIDAD
14505 - MÉTODOS DE
PREVISIÓN
14506 - MODELOS DE
SIMULACIÓN EMPRESARIAL
14507 - INFORMÁTICA PARA
ECONOMISTAS
14508 - REDES DE
INFORMACIÓN Y ANÁLISIS
DATOS
Semestre
Carácter
Créditos
1-2
Op.
4.5
Economía Aplicada
2
Op.
4.5
Economía Aplicada
2
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
1
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
1-2
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
1
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
224
Departamento
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Perfil : Análisis del Entorno
Empresarial
11125 - DERECHO LABORAL
11139 - FISCALIDAD
INTERNACIONAL
14509 - HACIENDA PÚBLICA
ESPAÑOLA
14510 - ECONOMÍA DE LA
UNIÓN EUROPEA
14511 - HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
DE LA EMPRESA
14512 - ECONOMÍA
INTERNACIONAL
Profesor Ignacio Santillana
14512 - ECONOMÍA
INTERNACIONAL
Profesora Yolanda Fernández
14513 - SOCIOLOGÍA
INDUSTRIAL
14514 - INSTITUCIONES
POLÍTICAS EN EUROPA
14515 - INGLÉS APLICADO A LA
EMPRESA
Semestre
Carácter
Créditos
Departamento
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
4.5
1
Op.
4.5
1-2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
Derecho del Trabajo
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía y Hacienda
Públic
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
1
Op.
4.5
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
2
Op.
4.5
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
1-2
Op.
6
1
Op.
4.5
Ciencia Política
1-2
Op.
4,5
Filología Inglesa
225
Sociología
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Administración y Dirección de
Empresas
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código - Asignatura
Semestre
Carácter
Créditos
1
LC.
4,5
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
1
LC.
4,5
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
2
LC.
4,5
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
2
LC.
4,5
Sociología
2
LC.
4,5
Sociología
1
LC.
4,5
Organización de Empresas
1
LC.
4,5
Organización de Empresas
1
LC.
4,5
Contabilidad
1
LC.
4,5
Contabilidad
1
LC.
4,5
Grupo 86 Dirección de Ventas
2
LC.
4,5
Grupo 87 Internet para
Economistas
2
LC.
4,5
14516 - Seminario I : Entorno
Empresarial
Grupo 81 Modelos de
Rentabilidad y volatilidad de
Activos
Grupo 82 Efectos de la Actividad
Pública en el Mercado de la
Vivienda
Grupo 83 Privatización y
Regulación de los Servicios
Públicos
Grupo 84 Nuevas Formas de
Organización el Trabajo: una
Perspectiva Sociológica
Grupo 85 Investigación Social
sobre la Energía el Medio
Ambiente
14517 - Seminario II :
Especialización Empresarial
Grupo 81 Creación de Empresas
Grupo 82 Dirección Estratégica,
Tecnología e Innovación
Grupo 83 Contabilidad Creativa y
Escándalos Contables: Casos
Prácticos
Grupo 84 Reforma Contable
Española: Normas Internacionales
de Contabilidad
Grupo 85 El Contexto Europeo de
las Finanzas Españolas
226
Departamento
Financiación e Invest.
Comercial
Financiación e Invest.
Comercial
Economía Aplicada
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Primer Curso
Código - Asignatura
Semestre Carácter Créditos
Departamento
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
Contabilidad y Organización
de Empresas
11012 – MATEMÁTICAS I
1
Tr.
6
11018 – MATEMÁTICAS II
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
Economía Aplicada
2
Tr.
4.5
Economía Aplicada
2
Tr.
6
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
1
Ob.
6
Sociología
2
Ob.
4.5
11013 – INTRODUCCIÓN A LA
ECONOMÍA I
11019 – INTRODUCCIÓN A LA
ECONOMÍA II
11014 – CONTABILIDAD
FINANCIERA Y ANALÍTICA I
11020 – CONTABILIDAD
FINANCIERA Y ANALÍTICA II
11021 – INTRODUCCIÓN AL
DERECHO
11015 – ESTADÍSTICA
DESCRIPTIVA
15913 – ESTADÍSTICA TEÓRICA
I
15690 – HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
MUNDIAL
15691 – SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA
POBLACIÓN Y DEMOGRAFÍA
15692 – INSTRUMENTOS DE
ECONOMÍA APLICADA
227
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Segundo Curso
Código – Asignatura
15693 – MATEMÁTICAS III
Semestre Carácter Créditos
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
4.5
2
Tr.
4.5
1
Tr.
4.5
2
Tr.
4.5
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
4.5
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
15703 – ECONOMÍA PUBLICA
1
Ob.
6
11140 – TEORÍA E
INSTRUMENTOS MONETARIOS
2
Ob.
4.5
15694 – TEORÍA
MICROECONÓMICA I
15695 – TEORÍA
MICROECONÓMICA II
15696 – TEORÍA
MACROECONÓMICA I
15697 – TEORÍA
MACROECONÓMICA II
15698 – ESTADÍSTICA TEÓRICA II
15699 – INTRODUCCIÓN A LA
ECONOMETRÍA
11030 – ESTRUCTURA
ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA
11165 – ECONOMÍA DE LA UNIÓN
EUROPEA
15701 – HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
DE ESPAÑA
228
Departamento
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Economía Aplicada
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Tercer Curso
Código – Asignatura
15702 – TEORÍA DE LA
IMPOSICIÓN
15704 – POLÍTICA
MACROECONÓMICA ESPAÑOLA
15705 – ESTRUCTURA Y
ORGANIZACIÓN ECONÓMICA
INTERNACIONAL
Semestre Carácter Créditos
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
13617 – ECONOMETRÍA I
1
Tr.
6
10778 – ECONOMETRÍA II
2
Tr.
4.5
2
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
4.5
1
Tr.
4.5
2
Tr.
4.5
1
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
15706 – SISTEMA IMPOSITIVO
ESPAÑOL
15707 – TEORÍA
MACROECONÓMICA III
15708 – TEORÍA
MACROECONÓMICA IV:
CRECIMIENTO ECONÓMICO
15709 – MICROECONOMÍA.
ORGANIZACIÓN INDUSTRIAL I
15710 – MICROECONOMÍA.
ORGANIZACIÓN INDUSTRIAL II
15711 – ECONOMÍA DE LA
EMPRESA I
15712 – ECONOMÍA DE LA
EMPRESA II
229
Departamento
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Cuarto Curso
Código – Asignatura
15713 – MACROECONOMÍA
INTERNACIONAL
Semestre Carácter
1
Ob.
Créditos
Departamento
6
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Créditos
Departamento
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter
Itinerario 1: Teoría Económica
Perfil: Economía Teórica
15714 – COMERCIO
INTERNACIONAL
15715 – ELECCIÓN SOCIAL Y
ECONOMÍA DEL BIENESTAR
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
15716 – ECONOMÍA LABORAL
1
Op.
6
230
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Semestre
Carácter
Créditos
Departamento
15722 – SISTEMAS DINÁMICOS
1
Op.
6
15723 – ECONOMETRÍA
AVANZADA
2
Op.
6
15724 – SERIES TEMPORALES
1
Op.
6
15725 – ANÁLISIS Y
PREDICCIÓN DE LA
COYUNTURA ECONÓMICA
2
Op.
6
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
2
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
1
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
2
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
1
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
Itinerario 2: Métodos
Cuantitativos
Perfil: Econometría y
Matemáticas
Perfil: Estadística
15718 – TÉCNICAS
ESTADÍSTICAS DE ANÁLISIS Y
SÍNTESIS DE LA INFORMACIÓN
ECONÓMICA
15719 – INTRODUCCIÓN AL
DISEÑO DE ENCUESTAS
15720 – MÉTODOS
ESTADÍSTICOS DE
INVESTIGACIÓN EN LAS
CIENCIAS SOCIALES:
TÉCNICAS NO PARAMÉTRICAS
15721 – FUNDAMENTOS Y
TÉCNICAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
OPERATIVA
231
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
Análisis Económico:
Economía Cuantitativa
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Licenciatura
Economía
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter
Créditos
Departamento
Itinerario 3: Estructura Pública,
Económica y Economía del
Desarrollo
Perfil: Economía y Hacienda
Pública
15726 – HACIENDA PUBLICA
AVANZADA
15727 – POLÍTICA FISCAL
15728 – FISCALIDAD PERSONAL
Y EMPRESARIAL
15729 – ECONOMÍA PUBLICA
INTERNACIONAL
15730 – ECONOMÍA DE LA
PROTECCIÓN SOCIAL
Perfil: Estructura y Economía
del Desarrollo
15731 – ECONOMÍA DEL
DESARROLLO
15732 – SECTOR EXTERIOR DE
LA ECONOMÍA ESPAÑOLA
15733 – POLÍTICA LABORAL
ESPAÑOLA
15734 – MEDIO AMBIENTE Y
DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE
15735 – ECONOMÍA Y POLÍTICA
REGIONAL Y URBANA
15736 – ECONOMÍA AGRARIA Y
DESARROLLO RURAL
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
Licenciatura
Economía
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Economía y Hacienda
Pública
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Oferta de Optativas
232
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter
Créditos
UAM
2009
Departamento
Comunes a los tres itinerarios
14361 – POLÍTICA COMPARADA
15737 – METODOLOGÍA DEL
ANÁLISIS ECONÓMICO
15738 – HISTORIA DE LAS
DOCTRINAS ECONÓMICAS
15739 – HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
CONTEMPORÁNEA
15740 – ANÁLISIS INDUSTRIAL Y
ESTRATEGIA COMPETITIVA
15741 – OPINIÓN PUBLICA Y
COMPORTAMIENTO
ECONÓMICO
15742 – SOCIOLOGÍA DE LAS
NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS Y DE LA
SOCIE DAD DE LA INFORMACIÓN
15743 – SOCIOLOGÍA
ECONÓMICA
15744 – NUEVAS
DESIGUALDADES SOCIALES.
EXCLUSIÓN SOCIAL Y GENERO.
15745 – INGLES APLICADO A LA
ECONOMIA
15746 – SEMINARIO I
Grupo 81 TEORÍA ECONÓMICA:
ECONOMÍA EXPERIMENTAL
Grupo 82 CONTABILIDAD
PÚBLICA
Grupo 83 HACIENDA PÚBLICA
Grupo 84 LA ECONOMÍA DEL
FUTURO
Grupo 85 INDICADORES
ESTADÍSTICOS PARA LOS
MERCADOS BURSÁTILES
15747 – SEMINARIO II
Grupo 81 ANÁLISIS DE ESTADOS
FINANCIEROS
Grupo 82 MARKETING: PLAN DE
MARKETING
Grupo 83 FINANCIACIÓN:
ANÁLISIS BURSÁTIL
Grupo 84 ORGANIZACIÓN DE
EMPRESAS
Ciencia Política / Dº
Privado
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
Análisis Económico: Teoría
e Historia Económica
1
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1-2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
Organización de Empresas
2
Op.
6
Sociología
2
Op.
6
Sociología
2
Op.
6
Sociología
2
Op.
6
Sociología
1-2
Op.
6
Filología Inglesa
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
233
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Grupo 85 INTRODUCCIÓN A LOS
ESTUDIOS DE LA OPINIÓN
PÚBLICA APLICADOS AL
ESTUDIO DE LA SOCIEDAD
2
Op.
Licenciatura
Investigación y Técnicas de
Mercado
UAM
2009
6
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Tercer Curso
Código - Asignatura
12947 MERCADOTECNIA I
Semestre
Carácter Créditos
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
1
Tr.
6
12951 ECONOMÍA ESPAÑOLA
1
Tr.
6
12952 DECISIONES
FINANCIERAS
2
Tr.
6
12953 TEORÍA DE LOS PRECIOS
2
Ob.
6
12954 MERCADOTECNIA II
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
2
Tr.
6
12948 INVESTIGACIÓN DE
MERCADOS I
12949 ESTADÍSTICA APLICADA
AL MERCADO I
12950 ORGANIZACIÓN DE
EMPRESAS
12955 INVESTIGACIÓN DE
MERCADOS II
12956 ESTADÍSTICA APLICADA
AL MERCADO II
BIBLIOGRAFIA
234
Departamento
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Economía Aplicada
Estructura Económica y
Economía del Desarrollo
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Economía Aplicada
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Investigación y Técnicas de
Mercado
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Cuarto Curso
Código – Asignatura
12957 MERCADOTECNIA III
12958 PSICOSOCIOLOGÍA DEL
CONSUMO: COMPORTAMIENTO
DEL CONSUMIDOR
14695 DISTRIBUCIÓN
COMERCIAL I
14697 COMUNICACIÓN
COMERCIAL
12959 RÉGIMEN JURÍDICO DEL
MERCADO
12963 MERCADOTECNIA IV
14696 DISTRIBUCIÓN
COMERCIAL II
14698 PREVISIÓN DE VENTAS
Semestre Carácter
1
Tr.
1
Tr.
Créditos
6
6
1
1
2
2
Ob.
6
Ob.
6
Ob.
6
Tr.
2
2
235
6
Ob.
6
Ob.
6
Departamento
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Financiación e
Investigación Comercial
Economía Aplicada
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Investigación y Técnicas de
Mercado
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Oferta de Optativas
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter
Créditos
Departamento
14699 MARKETING
INTERNACIONAL
1
Op.
6
14700 DIRECCIÓN DE VENTAS
1
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
2
Op.
6
1
Op.
6
Economía Aplicada
2
Op.
6
Sociologia
14702 MARKETING DE
SERVICIOS
14704 INNOVACIÓN Y NUEVOS
PRODUCTOS
14705 MODELOS DE
PLANIFICACIÓN COMERCIAL
14706 MARKETING DE
PRODUCTOS INDUSTRIALES
14701 INFORMÁTICA APLICADA
A LA GESTIÓN COMERCIAL
14703 INVESTIGACIÓN DE LA
OPINIÓN PÚBLICA
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Investigación Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
Financiación e Investigación
Comercial
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y EMPRESARIALES
Licenciatura
Investigación y Técnicas de
Mercado
UAM
2009
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Seminarios sobre temas actuales de Marketing e Investigación de Mercados
Código – Asignatura
Semestre Carácter
Créditos
Departamento
14707 – SEMINARIO
Grupo 86 INVESTIGACIÓN
APLICADA AL MARKETING
1
Op.
6
Grupo 87 MARKETING EN
INTERNET Y MARKETING DE
TENDENCIAS
2
Op.
6
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales
Asignaturas de Oferta Especifica
Código - Asignatura
15993 - AUTOEMPLEO Y
CREACIÓN DE EMPRESAS
15982 - COMPETENCIA Y
PROGRESO ECONOMICO
15150 - CONOCIMIENTO
GENERAL DE AERONAVES
16095 - CONTABILIDAD PARA NO
ECONOMISTAS
15149 - ENCUESTAS Y SONDEOS
EN LAS CIENCIAS SOCIALES
13403 - ESTADISTICA PARA NO
ESTADISTICOS
15151 - TRANSPORTE AÉREO
15283 - VEJEZ, ECONOMÍA Y
SOCIEDAD
FINANCIACIÓN E
INVESTIGACIÓN
COMERCIAL
FINANCIACIÓN E
INVESTIGACIÓN
COMERCIAL
Semestre
Grupo
Créditos
2
86
6
2
85
6
1
82
4,5
1
81
6
2
83
6
2
84
6
1
82
4,5
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ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS:
COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL
International Commerce
13753 (Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
I. Introduction. The economic and juridical motives of the international commerce.
Topic 1. The regionality of the state laws and the barriers towards commerce. The benefits
of international commerce and the dilemma of the international cooperation. Response to
the states: State laws of international commerce.
II.- Public Juridical dimension of international commerce.
Topic 2. Rights and duties of the states in the international economic scope. Sovereignty
and rights of the property.
Topic 3. International Institutions and Organizations.
Topic 4. The GATT agreement as a system of regulation of the international exchange.
Topic 5. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) system.
Topic 6. Investments protection mechanism (ICSID) and MIGA.
III. Public Juridical dimension (regional)
Topic 7. International Coordination and regional integration Regional Organizations:
(CEE); (EFTA), (NAFTA), (MERCOSUR).
Topic 8. European Community Organization. Commercial liberties and integration.
Monetary liberties and integration.
Topic 9. Common political commerce.
IV. Public Juridical Dimension (National)
Topic 10. Regulations of imports and exports.
Topic 11. Monetary exchange control.
Topic 12. Foreign investments.
Topic 13. Foreign commerce financiation. State Mechanism of insurance.
Topic 14. International fiscal regulations.
V. Private Juridical Dimension: Introduction
Topic 15. The territory of the state Juridical laws and the dilemma of foreign exchange.
Response of the states: International private right and formulas of unification of the law.
Response of the operators: Individual governmental structures and informal institutional
frames (Lex Mercatoria, arbitrage)
VI. The operators of international commerce.
Topic 16. The public and private Juridical subjects.
Topic 17. The societies´ right in the international Frame.
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VII. The Property Laws
Topic 18. The territorial protection of the realty laws.
Topic 19. The industrial and intellectual property.
VIII. The Commerce Organization. Law of the Competition.
Topic 20. Free Competition.
Topic 21. Untrustworthy competition.
IX. The Exchange Regime. International Contracts:
Topic 22. Introduction: Private International Law and uniformed Law. General Regime.
Topic 23. Typical operations. The International Sale.
Topic 24. The distribution contracts.
Topic 25. The contracts of International Transports.
Topic 26. The contract of International Insurance.
Topic 27. Banking and Financing contracts.
Topic 28. Introduction Labor Law.
X. Value Titles and Methods of Payment
Topic 29. Exchange Rates, Checks and Payments.
Topic 30. Documentary Credits and other.
XI. The International Bankruptcy
bankruptcy in the European surroundings.
XII. Mechanism for Solving Disputes. The arbitrage of International Commerce.
Topic 32. Introduction. Civil International Process Law. Mechanism for alternative
Resolution.
Topic 33. The International arbitrage.
Topic 34. Process of Arbitrage and criteria for funds Resolution.
Topic 35. Recognition and execution of foreign arbitrages.
COMPORTAMIENTO DEL CONSUMIDOR
Consumer Behavior
11144 (First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second
Cycle)
Explanatory theories regarding consumer behavior and basic factors in the order of
economic, social and sociological matters that affect consumer behavior. Characteristic
matters regarding international marketing, market selection for exports and applicable
commercial variables.
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CONTABILIDAD FINANCIERA Y ANALÍTICA I
Financial and Analytical Accounting I
11014 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
CONTABILIDAD FINANCIERA Y ANALÍTICA II
Financial and Analytical Accounting II
11020 (Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Discusses the accounting problems that arise from various activities and their and results.
A deeper look into the financial statements.
Content:
1. The financial statements.
2. Basic internal borrowing.
3. Basic external borrowing.
4. Immobilized external borrowing.
5. Immobilized intangibles and amortized expenditures, immobile finance.
6. Goods, cost of fabricated products.
7. Current assets finance, foreign money exchange, value of assets, securities.
8. Current liabilities finance, estimated and contingent liabilities.
9. Financial reports, the longer picture.
10.
Other balance sheets.
DECISIONES FINANCIERAS
Financial Decisions
12952 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of company financial decisions, both in the short term and in the long term,
covering investment decisions, financial decisions, decisions regarding financial risk
coverage, together with the relationships that exist between these types of decisions.
DERECHO MERCANTIL
Mercantile Law
13709 (1sr Semester: fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Concept, sources and basic notions of commercial law. Management. Legal publicity
procedure. Accounting procedure. Manager’s assistants. The company. Distinguishing
signs. Industrial creations. Business competition. Commercial publicity. Business crisis.
Mercantile companies. The Public Limited Company. Limited liability company. Other
social types. Groups of companies. Mercantile transactions, banking and stock market
transactions. Other modalities. Bonds-securities.
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DIRECCIÓN COMERCIAL II
Commercial Management II
14484 (Second Semester: Spring) (Thrid Year) (Second Cycle)
The organization of basic concepts of marketing strategies, with special reference to
positioning and market segmentation as they apply to the different situations of the product
cycle, competition and international level.
1.- Marketing strategy
2.- Analysis of opportunities.
3.- Industrial dynamics and changing strategies.
4.- Determining the market objective.
5.- Positioning.
6.- Marketing strategies for new products.
7.- Marketing strategies for product growth.
8.- Marketing strategies for product peaks and declines.
9.- Strategies of International marketing.
10.- Implementation and control of marketing strategy.
DIRECCIÓN DE PRODUCCIÓN
Production Management
11159 (First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year)
(Second Cycle)
Attempt to know the concepts, models and techniques most important that configure the
functional area or the production activity of the business (company), one of the most
important or basic for the business of the production activity. This function explains the
meaning of the technical system of the business as an organization, and represents the
joining of principal operations of the technical system.
DIRECCIÓN ESTRATÉGICA I
Management Strategy I
14482 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
1- Management strategy basics:
Origins and evolution of the concept of business strategy. Concept and method regarding
business strategy. Business strategy schools of thought: main theories.
2- Strategic analysis (I): external diagnosis:
The general business environment . The business environment in detail: analysis of the
industrial sectors. Analysis of business competitively: competitive advantages.
3- Strategic analysis (II): internal diagnosis:
Business aims and objectives. Business resources and capacities. Strategic diagnosis of the
enterprise: main approaches and techniques.
DIRECCIÓN FINANCIERA II
Financial Management II
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Curso 3
14488 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
The focus of this class is the study of various financial markets: stocks, bonds, foreign currency, derivatives, etc.
1) Capital and Monetary Markets: Deposits and Fixed Income
- Deposits
- Structure of Capital Markets
- Public Debt Market:
- Institutions and Organization
- Primary Market
- Secondary Market
- Fixed Income Market
2) Currency Markets and Exchange Rate Regimes
- Organization and functioning of foreign exchange markets
- Operations in Currency Markets: spot and forward
- The type of implicit interest
- International Monetary System
3) Futures Market
4) SWAPS
5) Options Market
6) Portfolio Selection
- Profitability of a Portfolio
- The Risk of a Securities Portfolio
- Valuation Model of Financial Assets
- Arbitrage
- Capital Cost of a Business Using Betas
7) Acquisitions and Mergers
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DIRECCIÓN FINANCIERA II
Financial Management II
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Money and monetary policy. Exchange rates and money markets. Capital markets.
Financing via the stock exchange. Future markets. Option markets. Financial exchanges.
Portfolio selection. Insolvency and bankruptcy. Business take-overs and Mergers.
International financing of the enterprise.
ECONOMETRÍA I
Econometrics I
13617 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
1- Introduction to model utilization:
Econometric models for economic research. Empirical contents and economic models
methodology.
2- Basic uniequational model:
Basic model of lineal regression. Contrasts and evaluation of the basic model of lineal
regression (MBRL). Application of the basic model of lineal regression. Contrast of
structural hypotheses of MBRL Contrasting hypotheses regarding aleatory perturbation.
Application of the general uniequational model.
ECONOMETRÍA II
Econometrics II
10778 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
ECONOMÍA DE LA EMPRESA (COMERCIALIZACIÓN)
Business Economics: Marketing
10995 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
1- Introduction:
Business marketing: concepts and functions. Marketing in the business environment.
2- The market:
Analysis of the environment: the market. Competition analysis. Basic demand concepts.
3- Information in Marketing:
The commercial information system. Techniques for obtaining commercial information.
Field work and commercial information analysis.
4- Market analysis:
Consumer behavior. Market segmentation.
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ECONOMÍA DE LA EMPRESA (FINANCIACIÓN) )
Business Economics: Finance)
10999 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Financial economics of Business: contents and scope. Financial economics and price
system. Business financial decisions. Financial sources. Financial planning and economic
cycle. Leverage and balance point in the short term. Investment in the enterprise.
Investment choice. Specific aspects of investment policy. Investment analysis risk.
Financial framework and capital cost.
ECONOMÍA DE LA EMPRESA: FINANCIACIÓN) )
Business Financial Economics )
Curso 3
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Cycle)
(10999- Economía de la Empresa: Financiación)
The goal of this class is to explain the financial side of a business, stressing the evaluation and selection of investment
projects.
Note: The Financial Mathematics class is highly recommended as a pre-requisite.
1) Investment in a Business
- The Concept of Investment
- Classification of Investments
- Stages of an Investment Project
- Investment as a Financial Operation
2) Source of Financing and Capital Cost
- Debt Capital
- Stocks Capital
- Weighted Average Capital Cost
3) Investments Selection
- Approximated methods
- Net Present Value (NPV)
- Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
- NPV and IRR in Comparison
4) Specific Aspects of Investment Politics
- Cash Flows
- Study of Inflation and Taxes
- Investments Selection with Limited Resources
5) Risk in the Analysis of Investments
6) Exploitation Cycle of a Firm
7) Management of the Working Capital
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ECONOMÍA DE LA EMPRESA (INTRODUCCIÓN Y ORGANIZACIÓN)
Business Economics: Introduction and Organization
12950 (First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
1- Business economics basics:
Business as a socioeconomic reality. Business concept. Business evolution theory. The
businessman: analysis of the management role. Concept and evolution of Business
Economics.
2- Enterprises and their economic environment:
Companies and markets. Business and its environment: introduction to management
strategics. Business competitively. Business and economic information.
3- Business Structure:
The enterprise as an organization: structural aspects. Business types and practices.
Business asset structure. Business concentration: size and growth.
ECONOMÍA DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA (U.E.)
E.U. Economics
14510 (First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year)
(Second Cycle)
Community integration as an economic reality. Economic integration as part of economic
analysis. The institutional framework of the Community. Economic foundations of the
European Union. Structural heterogeneity and integration policies. The network of
international economic relations within the European Union.
ECONOMÍA DE LAS EMPRESAS FINANCIERAS
Financial Business Economics
(First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second
Cycle)
Financial intermediation: concept and evolution. The banking sector: organization and
functions. Sources for banking financing. Credit investment. The central bank. Insurance
companies. Insurance types. Premiums, technical reserves and investment. Financing,
leasing and commission merchant entities. Other financial intermediaries.
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ECONOMÍA DEL DESARROLLO
Economics of Development
15731 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Development and underdevelopment, theories of development, interpretation of population
growth, job market in third world nations, urbanization and theories of immigration,
function of agriculture in development, industrialization in third world nations, IR and
development, international commerce and economic development, international trade,
foreign investments and multinational, political economy of developing nations, program
development.
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ECONOMÍA ESPAÑOLA
Spanish Economic
12951 (First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Economic view of the general situation in which Spanish companies find themselves: the
current Spanish macroeconomics model, the Spanish historical development model and its
structural changes, the main productive sectors of the Spanish economy.
ECONOMÍA INTERNACIONAL
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
14512 (Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Course, Second Cycle)
1.- Introduction
- Productivity of labor and comparative advantage: the “Ricardian” model.
- Specific factors and distribution of income.
- The Heckscher-Ohlin model.
- The standard model of commerce.
- Scale economics, imperfect competition and International commerce.
- International Movements of factors.
- Questions of regional economics.
2.- International Political Commerce
- Instruments of Political Commerce.
- Political economy of political commerce.
- Political commerce in developing countries.
- Industrial politics in advanced countries.
-
National accounting and balance of payments.
Currency and the currency market: an active focus.
Currency, interest and exchange.
Level of prices and exchange in the long run.
National product and exchange in the short run.
Fixed exchange and intervention in currency markets.
Optimal monetary “areas” and European experience.
ESTRUCTURA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA
Spanish Economic Structure
10997 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
The gradual emergence of the Spanish common market. The 20th century: from ‘98 to the
present day. Natural and populated environment. The general framework of the agricultural
sector. The industrial sector. Overall vision. Industrial subsections. Division of the Spanish
economy.
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ESTRUCTURA ECONÓMICA MUNDIAL
World Economic Structure
10996 (First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
1- Economic structure basics:
Structural approach for the analysis of the economic situation. Economic institutions.
2. Economic systems and development:
Economic systems characterization. The capitalist system. Evolution and current
configuration. Socialist system. Economy in transition. Economic development process.
Developed economies. Development and underdevelopment. Developing countries. Newly
industrialized countries in Asia. The globalization of economic activity. Innovation and
technological development.
3. Global economic framework:
Economic cooperation. Principal international institutions and protagonists. International
business of goods and services. International finance and capital movements. Economic
integration processes.
4. Limitations of the current economic model. Demographic growth. The environment and
natural resources. Sustainable growth.
FINANCIACIÓN INTERNACIONAL
International Finance
14500 (First Semester: Fall in the mornings) (Second Semester: Spring in the
afternoons) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of the international financial framework: financial institutions and the consequent
agreements which link national economies to those of international financial markets and
possibilities derived from these. Financial internationalization of the Spanish economy and
impact on the Spanish financial system regarding the aforementioned.
GESTIÓN INTERNACIONAL DE LA EMPRESA
International Business Management
11156 (Second Semester) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Global markets. Forms of internationalization of the enterprise. Alternatives for penetrating
in international financial markets. Theoretical lines in the analysis of globalization of the
enterprise. Investment factors in global markets: theoretical and empirical explanation.
Multinational business strategies. Multinational management: analysis of different
subsystems. Foreign investment in Spain.
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HACIENDA PÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA
Spanish Public Finance
14509 (Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
Current theoretical questions regarding Public finance. Analysis of public goods and their
supply with regards to both partial and general equilibrium. Public choice issues. Results
from taxation. Optimal taxation.
HISTORIA DE LAS DOCTRINAS ECONÓMICAS
History of Economic Doctrines
15738 (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of the evolution of economic doctrines in modern and contemporary history.
Main trends and schools of the economic thought: mercantilism, pysiocracy, classical
political economy, German historicism, Marxism, marginalism and neoclassicism,
keynesianism. Study of the work of the most representative authors, taking into account the
historic context, the ideological principles, the methodology, the contents and the
continuity and rupture elements.
HISTORIA ECONÓMICA
Economic History
15739 (Second Semester: Spring) (Firs Year) (First Cycle)
Pre-industrial societies. Operation and transformation dynamics. The industrial revolution
process. Typology determinants and historic experiences. The Spanish example. Economic
growth and internationalization of the economy in the 20th Century. Spain’s appearance in
the global economy. Economic problems during the period between wars and the birth of a
socialist economy. The “nationalist” system in the Spanish economy in the first part of the
20th Century. The global economy after the second world war up until the present day.
The Spanish economy between 1939 and 1990, economic sufficiency, growth and
integration.
HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA
Economic History of Spain
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
I.-Introduction
First lesson
The natural conditions. Main points: Natural resources and their historical disposition to
the economy.
II.- The Medieval and Modern Heritage. VIII-XVIII Centuries
Second lesson
Medieval Spain. Main points: wartime economy, agricultural activities, and regional
expansion.
Third lesson
From the expansion to the ¨crisis¨ of the 16th and 17th centuries. Main points: from
expansion to recession, the behaviour of commercial capital, and divergence from
developed Europe.
Fourth lesson
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Lights and shadows of the 18th centuries. Main points: population, and agricultural reform
due to population shifts.
III. Modernization of the Spanish Economy
Fifth lesson
Crisis of the old regime and institutional changes, 1789-1845. Main points: liberal
transformation, and historical importance of losing colonies.
Sixth lesson
Initial problems of industrialization, 1808-1840. Main points: balancing growth and
recession under a new political order, and finally entering the industrial revolution.
Seventh lesson
Extension of the Industrialization Process, 1840-1890. Main points: modernization under a
liberalized system of government, new markets, and new forms of trade.
III. 2. The Nationalist Road to Industrialization
Eighth lesson
The gestation of the nationalist road, 1890-1914. Main points: economic diversification,
and government intervention.
Ninth lesson
The period between wars, 1914-1936. Main points: individual and social gains and losses
from war, how that affects other states, the depression of the 20´s, and the recession of the
30´s.
III. 3. From Self-Government to Development and Convergence, 1936-2000
Tenth lesson
On the margins of the international economy, 1936-1959. Main points: the economy during
the civil war, the cold war, and American economic assistance.
Eleventh lesson
Development and international reintegration, 1960-1973. Main points: reintegration into
international economics and its effects, reforms in the agrarian and industrial sectors.
Twelfth lesson
Economic Crisis and Political Transition, 1973-1985. Main points: domestic and
international factors and effects of the crisis, and the impact of modern political reform on
the economy.
Thirteenth lesson
The integration to Europe, 1986-2000. Main points: incorporation into the EU, structural
reforms, and changing to the euro.
Complementary Activities
The complementary activities for the class are selected lectures, recitations, and activities
which students should complete with the provided materials.
Evaluation
The final exam will consist of two tests: theory (75% of the grade) and practical
application (25%). You must pass both parts of the exam. Classes will be divided between
theory and practical application. Active and continuous participation in class and recitation
can raise your final grade up to two points, so long as you pass both parts of the exam.
Historia Económica Contemporánea
Contemporary Economic History, 1945-1990
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Objectives: To initiate the intellectual habits of observation and analysis of economic behavior on the global scale from a
multidimensional perspective, as a study comparing economic variables with institutions, social and political, in
understanding change and stability in recent history.
1. Introduction
A panoramic of the entire economy between 1950 and 2000. Growth and convergence. Development economics and
income distribution. Some current economic problems.
2. The Second World War and postwar reconstruction
The war economies and the consequences of the Second World War. The construction of a new international world order.
The role of the state in reconstruction.
3. The Golden Age of the developed capitalist countries (1950-1973)
Growth, convergence and structural change. The demographic transition. Factors y forces: technical development, full
employment and the Welfare State. Symptoms of instability since 1968 and tensions.
4. Height of socialist economies (1950-1975)
The end of socialism in one country. Generalized growth in the Soviet Union and in “popular democracies” in the East
under the “Stalinist model.” Unsuccessful Stalinization, the reforms of the 1960s and the opening to the exterior in 1970 in
the East and in the Soviet Union. The peculiarities of the Chinese experience: soviet imitation to the search for their own
path.
5. The development of the Third World (1950-1973)
The process of decolonization and the institutional organization of the “Third World.” The demographic explosion. The
challenges of agriculture and the green revolution. The internationalization of economies. The industrialized strategies:
Latin America and Oriental Asia. The role of government.
6. Imbalanced growth of the developed countries (1974-2001)
The large economic tendencies of the last decades. The petroleum crisis and the energy problem. The factors of growth.
The four great imbalances. The challenges of political economy and a liberal turn. The end of the century: growth and
globalization.
7. Decline and collapse of the soviet socialist block (1976-2001)
Aggravation of the economic difficulties: the internal economic block and the impact of the external crisis in Eastern
Europe and the Soviet Union. Aggravation of the economic imbalances and political weakening. The transition of socialism
to capitalism
8. Economic growth in China (1976-2001)
Political economy and reform. Exterior opening: trade and direct foreign investments. Growth, quality of life and
development. The singularities of “market socialism” and their problems. China in the world economy.
9. Growth and debt crisis and countries in development (1973-1997)
Inequalities in growth in the 70s and 80s. The problems of external debt. The politics of adjustment in Latin America.
Africa and the “Bottom Billion.” Opening and awakening of India. Oriental Asia: from success to the crisis of 1997.
10. The international economy
Institutional and technological changes. Trade of goods, serves and capital. The process of globalization and its problems.
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INTRODUCCIÓN A LA ECONOMÍA I
Introduction to Economics I
11013 (First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA ECONOMÍA II
Introduction to Economics II
11019 (Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Description to introduce the student to the concepts and methods contained in
Macroecocomics.
♦ Macroeconomics. Concepts and methods.
♦ Theory of the determination of production and employment. Keynesian multiplier
model.
♦ The National Income of equilibrium in a closed economy, including the public sector.
♦ The National Income of equilibrium in an open economy.
♦ Money and the banking system.
♦ The Central Bank and monetary policy,
♦ Theory of the determination of production and employment, model of offer and
demand.
♦ Foreign Economic policies.
Unemployment and Inflation
MACROECONOMÍA
Macroeconomics
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
I.- Introduction :
Theme 1 : Macroeconomic Concepts and Instruments.
II.- Model IS-LM :
Theme 2 : The Commodities Market.
Theme 3 : The Money Market.
Theme 4 : The Determination of balanced income form demand.
III.- Open Economy. Model IS-LM-BP
Theme 5 : The External Sector.
Theme 6 : The determination of income level in an open economy.
Theme 7 : The politics of demand in an open academy.
IV.- Microeconomic foundations of added relations :
Theme 8 : Consumption and saving.
Theme 9 : Investment.
Theme 10 : The Public Sector.
MACROECONOMÍA II
Macroeconomics II
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
MATEMÁTICAS II: ÁLGEBRA LINEAL
Mathematics II: Linear Algebra
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(Second Semester: Spring) I
II. Objectives
The Mathematics II program in the Economics department has a goal of establishing a base
for further studies of mathematics, economics and econometrics. Also, the skills are
necessary instruments for the analysis of economic linear models.
III. Syllabus.
1.- Vectors in space.
2.- Linear and matrix applications.
3.- Determining and designing matrices.
4.- Systems and designing matrices.
5.- Vectors and their values: Diagonals of matrices.
6.- Quadratic forms.
7.- Convex linear combinations: convex combinations.
8.- Concave and convex functions.
IV.
Bibliography
Barbolla, R and Sanz, P. “Linear Algebra and Theory of Matrices”, Prentice Hall. 1998.
Barbolla, R., Cerda, E, and sanz, P. “Optimization: Applications, exercises, and questions
of the economy”, Prentice Hall, 2000.
García, T, Ruiz, A, and Sainz, M. “Algebra: Theories and exercises”, Ed. Paraninfo: 1991.
Grafe Arias, J. “Mathematics for the Economists”, McGraw-Hill: 1991
Grossman, S. “Linear Algebra Applications”, McGraw-Hill, 1992.
Sanz, P., Vázquez, F.M. y Ortega, P. “Linear Álgebra Programs: Questions, Exercises and
Derivations”, Prentice may: 1998.
Final exam consists of two parts, one part theory with q’ questions and one or two longer
essay type questions.
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MERCADO DE CAPITALES
Capital Markets
(First Semester: Fall) or (Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second
Cycle)
Study of the fundamental concepts and investment. Analysis of the theory of capital
markets, systematic and non-systematic risk and return , and diversification. Financial
formulas will be integrated in class.
MICROECONOMÍA
Microeconomics
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
1- Consumer balance:
Preferences, budget consideration and optimum choice. Demand theory. The consumer as
a supplier. Choice in the case of uncertainty.
2- Technology and costs:
Technology: production function. Cost functions. Short and long term.
3- Markets:
Competitive markets. Non-competitive markets: monopolies: Non-competitive markets:
oligopolies, duopoly and game theory.
4- General equilibrium and welfare theory:
General equilibrium theory. Welfare theory.
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MICROECONOMÍA I
MICROECONOMICS I
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Part I: Introduction
I.1.- Introductory concepts and questions.
I.2.- The supply and demand model.
Part II: Theory of Consumer Conduct
II.1.- Rational choice of the consumer.
II.2.- Demand of the consumer.
II.3.- Demand of the market.
Part III: Business Theory
III.1.- Production
III.2.- Costs.
Part IV.- Market Structure
IV.1.- Perfect competence
IV. 2.- Monopoly
IV. 3. Oligopoly
Part V.- Market factors.
V.1.- Work
V.2.- Capital.
Bibliography:
- Microeconomía y conducta (Microeconomics and conduct) Robert H. Frank. McGraw
Hill.
- Teoría de los precios y aplicaciones. B. Peter Pashigian. McGraw Hill.
- Microeconomía intermedia. Hal Varian. Antoni Bosch
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NEGOCIOS EN CHINA Y TAIWAN; ASPECTOS ECONÓMICOS Y
CULTURALES
BUSINESS IN CHINA AND TAIWÁN; CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
This course offers a general analysis of the economic and socio-cultural
Objectives:
tendencies/movements that characterize the world of business in Continental China and in
Taiwan. Although they are closely linked together, this course is divided into two general
blocks: economy and culture. In the economic realm, we will give an overview of Chinese
and Taiwanese markets, sale strategies and production in the private and public sectors, all
with the goal of familiarizing ourselves with the two changing and constantly developing
economies. In the socio-cultural realm, we will analyze the ways in which the Chinese
relate (socially) and some of their social codes in order to understand the foundation of
daily exchanges, particularly exchanges that deal with obtaining economic or symbolic
benefits. We will, aside from the lectures, show videos and invite guest speakers with
experience in business and investment in Taiwan. With this course , the student will be
able to utilize his or her general knowledge of economic strategy and knowledge of the
socio-cultural world and of two characteristic markets of “Oriental” Asia.
ORGANIZACIÓN DE EMPRESAS
Business Organization
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
The concept of business as an organization, its models and structures to analyze the basic
aspects of the function of organization and the practice of the business owner :
1.- Fundamentals of organization.
2.- Prototypes of structure and organization.
3.- Basic models of organization.
4.- The function of organizing.
PLANIFICACIÓN COMERCIAL
Commercial Planning
(First Semester: Fall) and (Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Decision development of commercial communication in business with special reference to
advertising and an emphasis on economic decisions and planning of means.
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POLÍTICA FISCAL
Fiscal Policy
(First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of economic effects of public intervention by using the budget. Techniques used
for measuring the effects of public income and expenses for achieving Macroeconomic
aims, from the classical school up until post-Keynsian theories. Comparative study of
budget policies of the countries belonging to the O.E.C.D. and the E.U.
POLÍTICA MACROECONÓMICA ESPAÑOLA
Spanish Macroeconimic policy
I.- Introduction
1.- Macroeconomic economics and policy
2.- Mechanism of economic policy.
II. Target problems of economic policy
3.- macroeconomic perspective of the Spanish economy.
4.- Internal disequilibrium, inflation and unemployment.
5.- External disequilibrium and exchange rates.
6.- Income distribution and social wellbeing.
III. Instruments of economic policy in Spain
7.- Financial system and monetary policy.
8.- Public sector and budget policy.
9.- The politics of supply and structural forms.
SEMINARIO: INVESTIGACIÓN SOCIAL SOBRE LA ENERGÍA Y EL MEDIO
AMBIENTE
A Seminar about social research in the area of energy and the environment.
(Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Profesor Isabel de la Torre Prados-Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
The Seminar about social research in the area of energy and the environment is framed in
the education department of the degree of Business management and administration and it
is a part of the development activities of the department of sociological development in
agreement that was made between the business Red Electrica and the Universidad
Autonoma de Madrid.
The didactic approach of the seminar is dynamic and participatory. The master classes
have an session of guidance training and some of those sessions could also be teaching
lectures by managers of the businesses of the electric sector. On the students end, the
students are organized in groups that can range from 3 to 6 that gathered around a
coordinator that will be responsible for the final product.
Each group has to develope a paper and has to do an oral presentation on their
achievements. This includes a listing of a possible working issues, informing that each
group have fulfilled projects of different issues. At the end, they will include a detailed
bibliography, classified according to the epigraphy of the program. Finally, the students are
to have in their possession the Reading material with the summary list of recommended
reading and additional documents.
Page 2- The syllabus
1. An approximation of social research
1.1 Methods of social research
1.1.1. The design of the social research
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1.1.2. The purpose of social research
1.2. Technique of Social research
1.2.1. The technique to obtain data and the analysis of the data
1.2.2. quantitative and qualitative techniques
1.3 Opinion studies
1.3.1. What is there to understand of Public Opinion
1.3.2 Research about the social perception of the environment and the usage of
electric energy.
1.3.3. Examples and training of questionnaires used in the studying of public opinion
towards the environment and electric energy.
2. The Environment and sustainable development
2.1. Introduction to environmental concepts.
2.2 Sustainable Development
2.3 The social response to environmental problems
2.3.1 The Administration
2.3.2. The businesses
2.3.4 Society (Ecological association and organizations, modes of communication,
Individual contributions)
3. Environmental Policy
3.1 Environmental policy
3.2 Admistrative organization and environmental policy
3.2.1.
The environment in the international field
3.2.2.
The environment within the European Union
3.2.3.
The environment in Spain
3.3 The application of environmental policy in the electric sector.
4. Enterprise and the environment
4.1 The integration of the environment in enterprise management
4.2. The enterprise’s sector fields in environmental protection. ( an evaluation of
environmental impact of water, waste, atmospheric contamination)
4.3 The proposal of the electric sector: renewable energy and electric conservation
4.4 The environmental management in the enterprise
4.4.1. The system of environmental management (SGMA)
4.4.1.1. regulation UNE-EN ISO 14001: 1996
4.4.1.2. rules
CE 761/2001 (EMAS-2001)
4.4.2. The design or establishment of the system of environmental management in the
enterprise.
4.4.3. The environmental audience and the process of certification.
4.5 The strategic values of the enterprise
4.5.1 The social and environmental responsibility of the enterprise
4.5.2 The innovation
4.5.3 The eco efficiency
5. The group project oral presentation.
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SISTEMAS DE INFORMACIÓN PARA LA DIRECCIÓN
Management Information Systems
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
1- Basic concepts:
Information systems for businesses: a source for competitive advantage. Business decision
processes and types of information systems. Information technologies: a tool for
competitive work. Organization of information in an enterprise: data base systems.
2- The implementation of information systems in the enterprise.
The strategic plan of information technologies. Alternatives for information systems
development. Alternatives for the development of information systems. Information
systems project management. Computer infrastructure of an enterprise. Control of
information services: computer auditing.
SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA ECONOMÍA
Sociology of the Economy
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Traditional society and industrial society. The industrial revolution and the industrialization
process. Labor division. Industrialization and development. The industrial revolution crisis.
Spanish industrialization. Businesse and social organization. The businessman’s role.
Business within the market. Scientific organization of labor. Economic organization.
Bureaucracy. Psychosociology of organization analysis. Labor relations. Alienation at
work. Industrial power hierarchy. Sexual division of labor. Conflict and agreement. Trade
unionism and the labor market. The interventionist state and labor relations.
SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN
1- Basic concepts:
Course: Sociology of Education
Professor: Sonsoles San Román Gago (Department of Sociology)
(First Semester: Fall) (2nd Year) (First Cycle)
I. – Syllabus of the course
TOPIC 1. – Sociology as a social science. The aims of sociology. Sociological theory:
conceptual framework and historical development. Contribution of the classics. Neoclassic and
intermediate links. Current paradigms. Applications and uses of sociology.
TOPIC 2. – Fundamental concepts of sociology. The process of socialization: contents, agents,
stages, and results. Groups and social institutions. The dynamics of stratification and social
mobility: class, gender, ethnicity, and age. Conflict, change in behavior, and social control.
Social changes: factors and agents.
TOPIC 3. – Sociology of Education: aim and development. The aim and development of
sociology of education. Levels of analysis. The role in the training of teachers. The relationships
between sociology and pedagogy and psychology.
TOPIC 4. – Methods and techniques of social research in education. Basic principles of
sociological research. Quantitative techniques: polls, official statistics, and secondary data.
Qualitative techniques: interviews, life stories, ethnography, and group discussion.
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Triangulation. The stages of an investigation. The knowledge about the social environment of
educational centers.
TOPIC 5. – Historical Evolution of the education system. Different characteristics and
mechanisms (networks and cycles). The social origins of education systems. The education
system in Spain: evolution, history, current situation, and perspectives for the future. The legacy
of the past: the double network private-public.
TOPIC 6. – The social functions of education. Transmission of culture and socialization.
Formation of citizens and legitimization. Selection and formation for work. Custody of the
infancy of youth. Equality of opportunity and social mobility.
TOPIC 7. – Emilio Durkheim. Social functions of education. Organic solidarity and
mechanisms. The concept of freedom.
TOPIC 8. – Karl Marx. The reproduction of society and culture. Work and school. Criticism
and proposals.
TOPIC 9. – Max Weber. The theory of domination/control. Hierocratic associations. Religion
and education. The calling of professional duty.
TOPIC 10. – Gender and Education. The process of the feminization of teaching in Spain. The
transmission of identities through school. The curriculum from the perspective of gender.
TOPIC 11. – The teacher as an educational agent and social category. Social representations
of the teacher. Present morphology of the teacher in Spain. Teaching as a profession. The labor
process and proletarization teaching. Teaching as a profession: a) origin and social position of
teachers; b) reasons for choosing teaching as a profession; c) professional socialization and
teaching career; d) the practice of teaching and educational practices; intrinsic and extrinsic
rewards.
TOPIC 12. – Sociology of the organization of schools. The schools as organizations. The
objectives of teaching: principles and ideas; laicism and confessionalism. The organs of
management and participation. The cultural organization of education and educational practices.
The organization of learning: schedules, groupings, and order in the classroom.
II. – METHODOLOGY AND CRITERA OF EVALUTION.
1. – The classes will be about the theoretical material and practices, in a proportion of three to
one, according to the rules that regulate the title of “teacher.” The theoretical lessons will consist
of explanations of the material selected by the professor in the syllabus of the course that will be
carried out by the dynamics of the groups.
2. – The lab classes will be made up of seminars about the important previous lectures,
showings of documentaries and movies about the topics of education and teachers, with a
purpose of learning mechanisms for critical analysis.
3. – The attendance and participation of the students is recommended. The exam will be based
on previous lectures as a way of monitoring the students. The professor will take into account the
capacity of the students to relate and elaborate on concepts in the written exam. It is
recommended write a personal diary following each class. The free students or students that
aren’t attending will have the right to a final exam, in February or June, about the referenced
material in the course’s syllabus.
4. – Throughout the semester, the professor will be available to students in her office (210),
during the office hours which are posted on the bulletin board and by telephone: 91.4972962.
Equally, the students can consult the professor by email: [email protected]
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SOCIOLOGÍA DE LA EMPRESA
Business Sociology
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle)
Industrialization processes. From the industrial society up until post- industrial times.
Organization structure and performance. Formal and informal organization. Functional
organization and hierarchy. Bureaucratic organization. Enterprises and managers. The
business mentality . Enterprises as a system of roles. Assets and control. Leadership,
management and types of management. Work division. Scientific employment
organization. Human relation theory. Alienation and personal achievement at work. Work
and leisure. Social labour climate. Work motivation. Job satisfaction. Work participation
and industrial democracy. Labour conflict. Employment organization and new
technologies.
SOCIOLOGÍA DE LAS NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS
Sociology of New Technologies
Optativa
(Second Semester. Spring) (Optative)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
Professor: Cristóbal Torres Albero
Department: Sociology
Faculty: Economical Sciences and Administration of Businesses
Sociology of the New Forms of Technology and the Information Society
Lesson 1. The historical transition to the information society. Industrial, postindustrial society, and the
information society. Societies of science and societies of thought. ¿Information societies vs. societies
of thought?
Lesson 2. Information societies and societies of thought and globalization (I). The logic of the world
economy. The conformation of the Internet galaxy. The environment of the society of risk.
Globalization of the civilizing risks. Images of technology and science.
Lesson 3. Information societies and societies of thought and globalization (II). World economic logic
and transnational social spaces. Transnational civil society. The new political order of the information
society. The Soviet pull-down and the reconfiguration of the world order. The power of identity and
new social movements.
Lesson 4. Information society and society of thought and new forms of social stratification. The new
logic of social inequality. The transformation of work, employment, and occupational structure.
Tendencies towards social dualism and exclusion.
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Lesson 5. Science and technology as social activities. A historical, economical, politological, and
sociological approximation. Traditional focuses on the social study of technology. Descriptive and
prescriptive focuses.
Lesson 6. New descriptive focuses of the social study of technology. Evolutionist economy of
technical changes. Constructive sociology of technology. New prescriptive focuses of social studies of
technology. Evaluation of technology. About the concept of technology and its practical implications.
Lesson 7. Workshop of investigation and discussion about the development of the information society
and the society of thought.
TEORÍAS DE LA DEMOCRACIA
Theories of Democracy
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Political Sciences)
The different, and often opposed, meanings of the concept democracy. Analysis of the
different “ingredients” mixed in our intuitive idea of what constitutes democracy from a
theoretical point of view. In most of the cases the conflicts in current democracies are
related with this lack of cohesion in the concept democracy. These disagreements, present
or past, explain the great number of theories to which the name of the course refers.
VEJEZ, ECONOMÍA Y SOCIEDAD
Aging, Economy, and Society
Optativa
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optative)
(Cursada en spring 2008)
Professor: Lourdes Pérez Ortiz
Department: Sociology
Faculty: Economical Sciences and Business
Description:
The fundamental objective of the course Aging, Economy, and Society is to offer to students an introduction to the
phenomenon of aging, attending, firstly, to the relationship between old age as an individual human experience and the
social, economical, and political context in which it is produced, and secondly, at the form in which societies age. Through
this route we will review the causes of aging in its individual and societal dimensions and its effects, desired or not, by the
principal institutions that articulate our forms of life.
The course is indicated for any student who is studying at the University of Autónoma in Madrid, as a complement
to their training, and its introductory nature does not require previous knowledge of the material that will be studied in the
course.
Curriculum:
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I. Introduction: Aging as a multidimensional phenomenon
1. Introduction: aging as a problem. Causes and consequences.
2. Aging of the population: fertility, mortality and the role of migratory movements. Projections of the population.
Generations and gender. The concept of healthy life expectancy.
II. Aging and social institutions
3. The social protections of the elderly (I): social protection of the elderly in the context of the Welfare State. The origin of
social protection. The agents of welfare. Public expenses of the elderly and the “turning grey” of the social budget.
4. The social protection of the elderly (II): pension systems. Origins of the systems of pensions. Types and pillars of
protection. The efficiency of pension systems and the reduction of poverty in the elderly population. The future of pension
systems.
5. The social protection of the elderly (III): forms of attention given to the elderly. Formal and informal attention. The
social-health component. The institutionalization / aging at home axis: help at home, day centers, temporary stays,
alternative lodgings, and residences. Politics of leisure and training. Volunteers.
6. The problems of dependence. Concept and means. Determinants of dependence. Attention given to dependence.
7. Retirement and the labor market. The social institution of retirement: origins, recent changes, and future perspectives:
anticipated retirement and flexible retirement.
8. Family and social relations. Dimensions of family life and elders: forms of coexistence and family relationships:
conjugal relationships, children and grandchildren and other members of the kinship group. Consequences of aging of the
population on family life. Relationships outside of the family environment: friendships and neighbors.
9. Old age and politics. Participation and the political potential of elders. From the captive vote to Grey Power.
III. The experience of aging and the theoretical explanations of ageing.
10. The experience of aging: socio-demographic characteristics of the elderly population. Activities and use of time.
Attitudes and values. Social image of elders.
11. The theoretical explanations for old age: theory of modernization. Theory of unlinking. Theory of activity. Gerontology
criteria. The phenomenological explanation. The theory of exchange.
12. Future perspectives. The aging of the “baby boom” generation. The economic repercussions of aging of the population.
The changes in family structure and crisis with the model of informal attention. The electoral of elder portion of the
electorate.
ECONOMÍA DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
E. U. Economics
Curso 2
The principle objective es that the student understands the significance of European Integration, in
particular, the economy, in the context of the construction of one Europe for the peace and finality
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with which the process was initiated in the 50´s of the passed century. The European construction is
one of the most important historical economic phenomena of the middle of the 20th century.
There are 3 parts:
I. European Construction and Institutions
-Principles of Integration
-Historical Construction of the EU
-Institutions of the European Union
II. One Market
-Liberal Economic Fundamentals
-Rules regarding its functions
-Economic Union and monetary
III. The Finance and Internal Politics of the Union
-Finance and community
-Politics of social and economical cohesion
-Political Agrarian Commune
-Other Internal Politics
GLOBALIZACIÓN EN LA PERSPECTIVA HISTÓRICA
SYLLABUS OF “GLOBALIZATION FROM A HISTORICAL PERSEPCTIVE”
(cód. 16191) (CURSO 2009-10) - 2º semestre (6 créditos)
1. OVERVIEW
The term globalization is new but the phenomenon is ancient. It denotes a long-term historical process that has
accompanied the very history of capitalism and the inter-national division of labor. But far from being a linear and
irreversible phenomenon, it has been drawing over time alternating phases of globalization, and re-globalization deglobalization, whose nature is different in each case. This course aims to see the actual phenomenon of globalization from a
historical perspective changing, beginning in the Middle Ages and continuing to the current day, one of the highlights of
the historical process.
2. DETAILED SYLLABUS
1.- Globalization.
What is globalization and when did it begin? The meaning of globalization and division of labor. Comparative advantage.
Economic integration and real and financial flows. Integration and convergence. The main stages of globalization.
2.- The Middle Ages, 5th-15th centuries.
Mandate and market. The disintegration of the Roman economy. The commercial awakening of Europe and its integration
into the intercontinental trade: Venice and Genoa. The integration of Mediterranean Europe with the Atlantic and Baltic:
changes in the nature of trade and finance. The Islamic Empire and the sales network on three continents: trade in gold and
luxury. The Black Death and its economic consequences.
3.- The globalization of trade in the era of mercantilism, 16th-18th centuries.
Discoveries: new ways and new worlds. Precious and American colonial products, luxury products and new products from
Asia. The triangular trade. Free and forced migrations. National states and the instrumentalization of trade for political
purposes.
4.- Industrialization and Globalization in the 19th century.
Why Europe, why England? Development of international trade. The determinants; technological change (transport,
communications) and institutional (free trade, means and methods of payment, international monetary system: the gold
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standard). Movements of capital and mass migration. Related factors: technical changes (transport and communication) and
institutional (free trade, ways and means of payment, the gold standard, international monetary system standard). The first
multinationals. Convergence of prices, wages and rents. The European dominance and leadership English. Imperialism and
its causes.
5.- The retreat from globalization in the interwar period, 1914-1945.
The world economic system altered by the Great War. Globalization fragile in the 20’s. The economic depression of the
30’s and the breakup of the international economy: trade collapse, end of mass migration, return to protectionism,
difficulties in reinstatement of an international monetary system and monetary fragmentation of the world. England and
America before the formation of economic blocs.
6.- Globalization in the Contemporary World, 1944-2000.
The Second World War and geopolitical change. The New World Economic Order and the reconstruction of the Atlantic
economy: from Bretton Woods to the first oil crisis. The spread of globalization since the 80’s. Multinational enterprises
and the internationalization of production. Change of the "great expertise". Globalization and convergence. Globalization,
inequality and poverty. The anti-globalization movements.
3. BIBLIOGRAFY
Bhagwati, Jagdish, In Defense of Globalization. The Human Face of a Global World. Debate, Barcelona, 2005.
de la Dehesa, Guillermo, Understanding Globalization. Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 2000.
Globalization, poverty and inequality. Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 2003.
Understanding immigration. Alianza Editorial, Madrid, 2008.
Eichengreen, Barry, The Globalization of Capital. History of the International Monetary System. Antoni Bosch Editor,
Barcelona, 2000.
Fernández-Armesto, Felipe, Explorers of the Horizon. A global history of exploration. Debate, Barcelona, 2006.
Findlay, Ronald y O’Rourke, Kevin, Power and Plenty. Trade, War and the World Economy in the Second Millennium.
Princeton University Press, 2007.
Foreman-Peck, J., History of the International Economy. Prentice Hall, Madrid, 1995.
ed., Historical foundations of globalization. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 1998.
Frieden, Jeffrey A., Global Capitalism. Crítica, Barcelona, 2007.
Kenwood, A.G. y Lougheed, A.L., History of the Development of the International Economy. Istmo, Madrid, 2001.
Norberg, Johan, In Defense of Global Capitalism. Unión Editorial, Madrid, 2005.
O'Rourke, Kevin H. y Williamson, Jeffrey, Globalization and History. The Evolution of an Atlantic Economy in the 19th
century. Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2006.
Steinberg, Federico, Cooperation and Conflict. International Trade in the Era of Globalization. Akal, Madrid, 2007.
Stiglitz, Joseph, Unrest in Globalization. Taurus, Madrid, 2002.
Cómo hacer que funcione la globalización. Taurus, Madrid, 2006.
Toribio, Juan José Toribio, Globalization, Development, and Poverty. Círculo de Empresarios, Madrid, 2003.
4. EVALUATION
The evaluation will be ongoing through practical exercises (essays due every few weeks), questions and comments made
during the course. The results of these assessments will be weighted 10% in the final grade, the midterm will be worth
another 30% and the final examination the remaining 60%. The latter will be held on dates established by the Department.
The final exam consists of two types of evaluation: several questions on the material and a practical exercise in the form of
text analysis and analysis of a chart or statistics table.
Investigación del Mercado
Investigation of Marketing
Optativa
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The objective of the class is to provide the knowledge of the main techniques of obtaining and
analyzing information utilized in the investigation of markets for its application in the commercial and
social environment. The orientation of the subject will be fundamentally practice through the execution
of cases and concrete applications of the markets investigation techniques. The themes and concepts
we will learn in this class include phases of the methodological process, secondary sources of
information, primary sources of information, the primary information obtaining techniques, the
industry of the investigation of markets, the ethics and the legal framework, meeting of group and
interview in technical depth observation, the survey, the questionnaire, sampling and work of field,
bus, tracking and experimentation, univariante and Bivariante analysis, the board, etc.
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SOCIOLOGY
http://www.uam.es/departamentos/economicas/sociologia/docencia.html
ÉLITES Y MOVIMIENTOS SOCIALES EN AMÉRICA LATINA (SIGLOS XVIIIXIX)
Elites and Social Movements in Latin America (18th-19th Century)
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Political dynamics, minorities and social conflict in Latin America.
The goal of this lass is to finally complete the course of Contemporary History with more
specific analysis on the structure of social Latin America and the allow for students to
complete an itinerary of studies about Latin America. The joint effort of elites in power and
of social movements, has the objective to analyze the social structure with a interdisciplinary
perspective, with a multivariable model which includes ethnicity, class, elites and social
movements and their relationship which social actors and politics in the civil society and the
Latin American State.
SOCIOLOGÍA GENERAL I
General Sociology I
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (In Economics)
1. Introduction:
Analysis of society and the birth of social sciences, economics and sociology. The problem of
objectivity in social sciences.
2. Culture and personality: Man’s social condition. Culture characteristics. Socialization:
concept, theories and instruments.
3. Society’s primordial aspects:
Social groups, social action, social action, social positions and social norms, social conformity
and deviation. Social functions. Social conflict.
4. Traditional society and industrial society: Middle class revolutions and the industrialization
process. Sociological theories of modernization and liberal and Marxist models of economic
development. The consumer society. Post-industrial society.
5. Social stratification:
Social organization of inequality. Theoretical basis and stratification dimension. Inequality in
Spain.
SOCIOLOGÍA GENERAL II¡Error! Marcador no definido.
General Sociology II
(Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle) (In Economics)
1. Population sociology:
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Basic theoretical approaches. Current global demographic situation. The Spanish population.
Analysis of the birth rate, death rate, migrations, demographic growth, spatial distribution of
the population and occupational structure. Demographic policies.
2. The family:
Main sociological theories regarding the family. Recent changes of family structure and
dynamics in Spain and in Europe. Changes in women’s social position.
3. The welfare state: concepts and origins. Welfare states typology. Theories regarding
factors which determine the growth of social expenditure. Theories regarding the crisis of the
welfare state and empirical evidence to back this up. The welfare state in Spain.
SOCIOLOGÍA INDUSTRIAL
INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY
(Second Semestre: Spring) (Elective Course)
New forms of organization of jobs. Technology and production systems: qualifications and
disqualifications. New technologies, employment and occupation. The roles of trade
unions collective negotiation.
The course focuses on:
1.- Social effects of the economic transformations of the past, present and future of
industrial Sociology.
2.- The organization of jobs and the social setting.
3.- Labor relations and the state of Welfare.
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PSYCHOLOGY
GUÍA DEL ALUMNO
FACULTAD DE PSICOLOGÍA
http://www.uam.es/centros/psicologia/paginas/
ESTUDIOS DE GRADO
Plan de Estudios
Ordenación temporal de las enseñanzas
PRIMER CICLO
Primer Curso (en teoría ya la pueden coger)
Primer
Cuatrimestre
Asignatura
Antropología
Diseño de Investigación
Neurociencia y Conducta I: Fundamentos
Psicología del Desarrollo I
Psicología Social I
Créditos
6
6
6
6
6
Area de conocimiento
Antropología
Metodología de las ciencias del comportamiento
Psicobiología
Psicología evolutiva y de la educación
Psicología social
Segundo
Cuatrimestre
Asignatura
Análisis de Datos I
Aprendizaje y Condicionamiento
Motivación y Emoción
Neurociencia y Conducta II: Psicología Fisiológica
Libre Configuración
Créditos
6
6
6
6
6
Area de conocimiento
Metodología de las ciencias del comportamiento
Psicología básica
Psicología básica
Psicobiología
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ANTROPOLOGÍA
Anthropology
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (código UAM: 13873)
The course introduces the student to the basics questions on the nature of the human culture.
The why and how of social and cultural diversity is studied, as well as the problems caused
by evolution and the changes in different societies.
Assessment Arragements: Final Exam.
APRENDIZAJE Y CONDICIONAMIENTO
Learning and Conditioning
(Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13876)
Basic concepts, pre-associative forms of learning. Process of adaptation and increased
awareness. Classical conditioning. Operating conditioning. Theoretic models of associative
learning : Neural Networks (includes lab work).
Course Methodology: Lectures, overheads, supervision of practical coursework.
Assessment Arragements: Multiple-choice exam and applied assignments (assessment of
coursework will sum up to a maximum of 25% of the grade).
ADQUISICIÓN DEL CONOCIMIENTO
Adquisition of Knowledge
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13891)
Learning concept. Plan for the psychological analysis of learning situations. Main focuses
on the study of the learning process. The behaviorist idea of human learning. Social
learning. Knowledge representation. Concept attainment and natural category formation.
Formation of schemes. Computational learning models. Gestalt’s psychology. Piaget’s
equilibrium theory. Learning in Vygotski’s psychology. Learning, instruction and behavior
changes.
Course Methodology: We will alternate theoretical and applied sessions.
Assessment arrangements: Assessment based upon the students´theoretical and practical
knowledge on the course contents. Optional assignments.
ADQUISICIÓN DEL LENGUAJE Y APRENDIZAJE DE LA LECTURA Y
ESCRITURA
Acquisition of Language and the Learning of Reading and Writing
(First Semestre: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13901)
- Learning to talk and learning to read are distinct aspects: theoretical introduction to the
two processes
- Development of language in the individual before reading skills: phonology, lexicon and
grammar.
- Reflection of language: metalinguistic skills.
- The beginnings of learning to read: precursors of learning to read.
- Problems of a delay in reading: diagnosis and intervention
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
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Lectures and discussions about articles. Discussion about specific cases related to children’s
language development or learning to read.
ENTRY REQUIREMENT:
Knowledge of written English (some of the articles are written in English).
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology. Research
ALTERACIONES DEL LENGUAJE Y DE LA MEMORIA
Alterations of Language and Memory
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13902)
- Alterations in the development of language. Specific alterations: simple
underdevelopment, diaphasia, childhood aphasis.
- Alterations of language in subjects with trouble with development: language of the blind
and in deaf people, language in motive alterations, language in mental deficiencies, autism,
and in other syndromes.
- Linguistic and communicative alterations in the adult and old ages. Aphasis. Language in
the elderly and in the demented. Language in schizophrenia.
- About the relationships between the alterations of language and memory.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures on the programme contents and case discussions in class. Optional assignments.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam at the end of the course. Participation in optional activities can increase the
student’s final grade on the course.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: ClinicalHealth Psychology
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ALTERACIONES PSICOLÓGICAS DEL DESARROLLO
Psychological Alterations of Development
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Codigo UAM: 13903)
Basic problems will be discussed in relation to alterations of development as many of the
alterations psychopathological as not.
Introduction: Development and the social medium. Psychological perspectives in the study
of subjects with special needs from a medical focus to a sociological focus. What are the
agents of development? The socio-genesis of the superior psychological processes.
1.
Disturbances in development-definitions and diagnosis. Autism and the autistic
spectrum, the autism of Asperger and Rett, and the disintegrative developmental
disturbances of childhood and diagnostic issues.
2.
Autism and normal development. The appearance of autism, considerations and
characteristics of normal development and its alterations in autism.
3.
The autistic spectrum. Dimensions of the autistic spectrum and its developmental
significance the area of social development, development of communication and language,
mental flexibility, and the development of symbols.
4.
The psychological and neuropsychological explanation of autism and the autistic
spectrum. Autism as an innate alteration of emotional relations- the positions of Kanner and
Hobson, autism as an alteration of the Theory of the Mind- the model of Baron- Cohen and
others, autism as an alteration of the executive function the model of Ozonoff and Russell,
neurobiological anomalies in autism and the autistic spectrum –level of explanation,
limitations and accomplishment of the preset-day psychological explanations of autism.
5.
Visual deficiencies. Different classifications and etiologies if visual deficiency.
Perception without vision.
6.
Peculiarities in the psychological development of the visually deficient. The
problem of social interaction – non-verbal interaction and communication, language and
access to oral and written communication. Memory and representation in absence of vision –
orientation and mobility in space. Psychological intervention in orientation and
communication –intervention in the social medium.
7. Auditory deficiencies. Heterogeneity of auditory deficiencies. Perception without
audition.
8. Peculiarities in the psychological development of the auditory deficient.
Communication and language –prerequisites for communication and interaction, the
development of communicative abilities, the question of oralism versus sign language,
alternative systems of communication.
9. Development and communication in those who are blind and deaf. Heterogeneity
and etiology of those who are blind and deaf. Social interactions, systems of
communication, education and intervention.
10. Motor deficiencies. Types of motor deficiencies. Cerebral paralysis. Functions
affected by the motor deficiency, contradictory information about the development of motor
deficiencies, the design of socially adjusted activities, the adaptation of the physical
environment.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational- Instructional Psychology Clinical - Health Psychology.
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ANÁLISIS DE DATOS EN PSICOLOGÍA I
Data Analysis in Psychology I
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year, First Cycle)
(Código UAM: 13874)
•
Descriptive unvaried statistics: data organization, position measures, central tendency,
variability, basic punctuations.
• Descriptive bivaried statistics: correlation and regression.
• Probability: Basic concepts. Random variables, models of probability distribution.
• Data automatic mangement: Introduction to SPSS.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
We will alternate the presentation of theoretical concepts and the completion of practical
exercises and problems. Several classes will be held in the Computer Lab, where students
will have a chance to get a start on SPSS. There will be two labs in coordination with other
courses.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam consisting of two parts: a multiple-choice test (evaluation of the theoretical concepts)
and an applied part in which the students will have to solve several problems.
ANÁLISIS DE DATOS EN PSICOLOGÍA II
Data Analysis in Psychology II
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year, First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13881)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Data analysis techniques applied to research in psychology: techniques for the analysis of
quantitative data, semi- quantitative data, and qualitative data.
The analysis techniques studied in this course try to cover those designs more frequently
used in psychological research.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Presentation of the different analysis techniques and practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam consisting of two parts: one based on basic theoretical aspects (without any material)
and a second part on practical aspects (with the help of material).
PREREQUISITES:
It is convenient that the student has previously completed and passed the course on Data
Analysis I and the course on Designs in Research.
APRENDIZAJE E INSTRUCCIÓN
Learning and Instruction
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13905)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Cognitive Psychology applied to Learning and Instruction
• The Constructive View of Learning. Prior Knowledge and Conceptual Change. Models of
Conceptual Change. Conceptual Change as a teaching strategy?
• Classical problems in learning and instruction: development versus learning, domain
general versus domain-specific skills, the transfer of knowledge.
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• General abilities vs. specific abilities. Learning strategies and metacognition
• Learning and instruction in subject-matter domains: Science, History and Social
Sciences, Mathematics, etc.
• Teaching and learning materials: learning from textbooks. Multimedia and new
technologies applied to Learning and Instruction.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
The course methodology will consist in:
a.
lectures in which the lecturer will present the course contents, practical
coursework, and review of relevant literature in the field of interest.
b.
Practical assignments prepared by the student, under the supervision of the
professor.
c.
Readings discussions
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
It will depend on the number of students. Multiple-choice tests, open questions, and
essays about particular topics may be used as methods for assessment. Attendance to
class, specially practical sessions, will be taken into account as part of the student’s final
evaluation.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology Research.
ASESORAMIENTO PSICOPEDAGÓGICO
Guidance in Educational Psychology
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13906)
COURSE OF STUDY:
The aim of this course will be to analyse several models used in formal and informal
contexts of intervention in Educational Psychology, placing a special emphasis on the school
context. The educational psychologist’s role is conceived from an institutional and
collaborative perspective, centered in the school and in the curriculum. We will also analyse
this intervention framework from a constructivist perspective on teaching and learning that
has been previously discussed in the "Educational Psychology" course.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework in groups. Final assignment as a summary of the course.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam. Practical coursework assessment. Final assignment assessment.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology
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BILINGÜISMO Y ADQUISICIÓN DE LENGUAS
Bilingualism and the Acquisition of a Second Language
Professor José Manuel Igoa
Specific Offering
Objectives – The course’s objective is to teach about the characteristics of bilingual people
from the cognitive, neurolinguistic, psycosocial and cultural points of view. The course
will also offer information about the acquisition of a second language early and late in life.
Bilingualism is a phenomenon is becoming more common as societies and cultures come
more into contact. Bilingualism provides us with a wonderful opportunity to learn about
basic mechanisms in the learning and development of a new language and the basic
psycholinguistic processes.
Basic Contents –
Topic 1 – Bilingualism. Concepts and varieties.
Topic 2 – Psycholinguistic processes in bilinguals. Perception and production of sounds.
Recognition of words. Comprehension of sentences. Code-switching.
Topic 3 – Neurolinguistics of bilinguals. Hemisphere dominance in bilinguals. Aphasias.
Topic 4 – Personal and social implications for bilinguals (intelligence, personality,
biculturalism).
Topic 5 – Acquisition of a second language (early and late). Stages of acquisition.
Topic 6 – Mechanisms of learning a second language. Analysis of errors, universal
grammar, transference and interference, and learning strategies.
Description of class – Twenty students, three hours of class a week. Participation in
experiments outside of class. Lecture, discussion. Recommended bibliography. Articles
and experiments read and discussed for class. Final exam with short-answer questions and
a final paper.
COMUNICACIÓN SOCIAL
Social Communication
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13907)
- Social communication and mass media.
- Model of advertising communication.
- The transmitter of publicity.
- The receiver of publicity.
- The advertising message.
- Advertising supports.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Assessed by coursework.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Organizational Psychology (and Marketing).
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DIRECCIÓN DE RECURSOS HUMANOS
Human Resources Management
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13908)
•
•
Main models in staff recruitment.
The technical process in staff recruitment (preselection, selection, and
postselection)
•
Simulated process: analysis and definition of the position, psychotechnical profile,
preliminary interview, group exercises, in-depth interview, report, tracking of the
candidate.
•
Strategic planning of human resources
•
Provisional plan of human resources
•
Integration of staff selection in the global human resources policy.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures- Practical coursework
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Applied assignment that will be guided through tutorials.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Organizational Psychology.
DISEÑO DE INVESTIGACIONES
Research Methods
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13869)
Introducion: the scientific method.
Observation.
Surveys.
The logics of experimentation.
Experimental designs with the different subjects.
Experimental designs with same subjects.
Complex designs.
Single-case research designs.
Quasi-experimental designs.
Appendix: Ethics in research. Documentation. The report.
Course Methodology: Participative classes. Lectures and practical coursework.
Assessment Arrangements: Exam consisting of two parts (theoretical and practical).
Multiple-choice test.
DISEÑO Y EVALUACIÓN DE PROGRAMAS
Programme Design and Evaluation
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13909)
Definition and purpose. Key concepts in programme evaluation. The cycle of programme
design, intervention and evaluation. Evaluation techniques. Intervention and evaluation
designs. Data analysis in intervention and evaluation. Application of intervention evaluation.
COURSE METHDOLOGY:
Lectures and experimental coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and experimental exercises.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: All.
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EPISTEMOLOGÍA Y PSICOLOGÍA
Epistemology and Psychology
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13892)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Origins and nature of knowledge
• Epistemology and Psychology
• Construction of Science
• Philosophical theories of science
• Metasciences
• Psychology of Science
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and applied group assignments
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam and course assignments.
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ESTRATEGIAS DE APRENDIZAJE
Strategies of Learning
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM 13910)
Acquisition of intellectual skills: from the technique to the strategy.
Types of strategy of learning.
Phases in the acquisition of strategy.
To learn to learn and to teach to learn: training in strategies of learning and thought.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
We will work mostly through practical coursework applying the strategies learned in class to
specific learning problems.
REQUISITES:
The student must complete the assignments indicated by the PROFESSOR.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational
Research
ETOLOGÍA
Ethology
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM 13884)
COURSE OF STUDY:
This course will discuss the immediate mechanisms, development, function and evolution of
behaviour. The aim of this course is to present a comparative perspective in the study of
behaviour that allows us to establish principles for generalization of animal behaviour to
human behaviour. We will show some techniques used in the study of ethology, including
observation, experimentation, and simulation techniques, as well as the use of evolutionary
and behaviourist models.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures complemented with videos illustrating some of the issues discussed in class and
practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Final exam based on class notes and required
readings. Practical coursework will be evaluated separately and added to the final grade.
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EVALUACIÓN Y TRATAMIENTO EN PROBLEMAS CLÍNICOS
Evaluation and Intervention in Clinical Problems
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13913)
The aim of this course is to prepare the student for clinical practice, and we will accomplish
this by discussing thoroughly some of the most frequent problems among the individuals
that seek help from a psychologist. Some of the topics that will finally be included in the
definitive programme are:
1. Clinical practice: the therapist’s abilities
2. Childhood disorders
3. Depression disorders
4. Anxiety disorders
5. Eating disorders
6. Brief psychological therapy ( Counseling)
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
The methodology will consist basically experimental coursework: we will analyse real
clinical cases and work through role-playing on the evaluation and intervention of the
different clinical disorders studied.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
All the students will complete a final exam at the end of the course. However, the student’s
participation in role-playings and discussion of clinical cases in class will be positively taken
into account towards the final grade on the course.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
The student who enrols in this course must have previously attended the courses on
"Psychopathology" and "Techniques for intervention and psychological treatment". It is also
advisable to have some previous training in the treatment of psychological disorders from a
cognitive-behaviourist perspective.
EVALUACIÓN E INTERVENCIÓN EN CONTEXTOS EDUCATIVOS Y
APRENDIZAJE
Evaluation and Intervention in Educational Contexts and Learning
(First Semester and Second Semester) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13911)
SCHEDULE GROUPS PROFESSOR/LECTURER
Morning 1: Jesús Alonso Tapia
COURSE OF STUDY:
INTRODUCTION:
Unit 1. Basic practices in Guidance: Models and uses of guidance. The role of guidance in
the context of the education system reform.
STUDENT-CENTERED ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION:
Unit 2. Assessment of curricular competence: analysis and advice.
Unit 3. Learning problems: assessment and cognitive skills training. 1: Reading
comprehension.
Unit 4. Learning problems: cognitive skills assessment and training .2: Problem solving.
Unit 5. Learning problems: cognitive skills assessment and training. 3: Learning strategies
and study habits.
Unit 6. Motivation problems: assessment and intervention.
Unit 7. Social relations problems: assessment and intervention.
Unit 8. Problems of social and vocational integration. Assessment and development of
decision-making abilities.
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CONTEXT –CENTERED ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION:
Unit 9. The teacher in the classroom: assessment and advice on his/her behaviour patterns.
Unit 10. The family context: assessment and advice.
ORGANIZING GUIDANCE IN EDUCATION:
Unit 11: Guidance programme: design and evaluation. Work based on programmes and
tutorial action plan.
COURSE METHODOLOGY AND EVALUATION:
Given that the second goal in this course is mostly a practical one, the students will have to
carry out the applied projects indicated by the lecturer. The applied classes will be mostly
applied (60% of them), and before them, the student must have read the readings for each
unit.
The evaluation will be based on an applied assignment (one at least) and an exam. The
assignment cam sum up to 30% of the final grade in the course. The rest of the student’s
final grade will be based on the exam.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: Educational
Psychology.
EVALUACIÓN PSICOLÓGICA
Psychological Assessment: Basic Principles and Techniques
(Annual: First and Second Semester) (Third Year, Second Cycle) (Código UAM:
13888)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Concept of Psychological Assessment. The process of Psychological Assessment. Scientific
and ethic safeguards. Basic processes for collecting information (interview, observation,
self-report, etc.). The evaluation of knowledge, learning and intellectual capacities
(development, intelligence, knowledge). Personality and motivation evaluation (traits, etc.)
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework on the programme’s basic contents.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Multiple-choice test and/or oral exam.
EVALUACIÓN E INTERVENCIÓN PSICOLÓGICA: MODELOS Y PROCESOS
Psychological Assessment and Intervention: Model and Processes
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13912)
COURSE OF STUDY:
1. Models in psychological assessment.
2. Towards an integrating behaviourist model.
3. The process of behaviour assessment, intervention and appraisal.
4. The interview as a basis of the assessment, intervention and appraisal process.
5. Main methods as dependent variables in the eassessment process.
6. Guarantees of the assessment (intervention) and appraisal process.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework. Practical coursework will consist in the study of a
clinical case: the students (either individually or in groups) will work on the evaluation (and
if necessary, intervention) and appraisal of a simple case. The students will submit at the end
of the quarter a report on the case in order to attend the final exam.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
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The exam will consist in a multiple-choice test about the theory discussed in class and
questions about experimental coursework carried out by the student.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical and Health Psychology
FARMACOLOGÍA DE LA CONDUCTA
Behaviour Pharmacology
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13914)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Mechanisms of biochemical action and physiology of psychotropic drugs. Therapeutic
action.
• Secondary and collateral effects.
• Adverse and undesirable effects.
• Indications and prognosis.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures. Laboratory practical coursework. Clinical sessions.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
The course is open to students who should normally have basic knowledge on
psychobiology and clinical psychology.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical – Health Psychology
Research
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FORMACIÓN Y DESARROLLO DE PERSONAL
Staff Training and Development
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código de la UAM: 13915)
• Training as a strategy for business development.
• Identification of training needs.
• Staff training methods.
• Staff training design and development.
• *** New Technologies applied to staff training.
• Staff training evaluation.
*** This unit will be implemented through a virtual classroom, designed as part of a
Teaching Innovation project.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and group work.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Assessed by coursework
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: Social and
Organizational Psychology.
FUNDAMENTOS DE NEUROCIENCIA II: PSICOLOGÍA FISIOLÓGICA
Neuroscience and Behaviour II: Physiological Psychology
(Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13875)
This course will study the neurobiological basis of psychological processes and behaviour.
Therefore, we will discuss the neuroanatomical basis and the physiology of perception,
motor activity, biological rhythms, and basic motivations, as well as those of learning and
memory.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical classes with illustrative audiovisual material.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Final exam and evaluation of practical coursework.
GENÉTICA, EVOLUCIÓN Y CONDUCTA
Genetics, Evolution and Behaviour
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13878)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Concept and methods. Heredity-environment interaction. Cellular and molecular
mechanisms in quantitative and qualitative genetic inheritance. Chromosomal anomalies.
Population genetics. Agents of evolutionary change.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Final Exam (Multiple-choice test).
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HISTORIA DE LA PSICOLOGÍA
History of Psychology
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13890)
Characterization, methods and sources related to the history of psychology. Psychological
aspects of the great classical and modern philosophic systems: psychological references in
Greek classical philosophy; Psychological implications in medieval thought; Rationalism;
Empiricism and Associationism; Kant’s evaluation and the Scottish school. Psychologists
concern about science in the 19th century. The establishment of psychology and its first
developments. The era of the outstanding schools of psychology.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, Practical coursework and text commentaries.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Assessment based upon a multiple-choice test, an essay
question, a text commentary and an optional practical assignment.
INTERACCIÓN SOCIAL EN CONTEXTOS FORMALES Y NO FORMALES
Social Interaction In Formal And Informal Context
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13917)
Objective: This course attempts to understand the fundamental role of social interaction in
the complex phenomenon of education. This involves education that not only takes place in
formal aspects but also in informal aspects.
Contents:
1.
Formal education and informal education. Contents and methodologies.
2.
Social rules in formal and non-formal contexts. The role of the educatorexpectations. Causality and motivation.
3.
Social interaction in peer groups. Group cohesion, conforming, leadership.
4.
The Sociometric test. Introduction, application and interpretation of results.
Usefulness of the sociometric test.
5.
Learning in peer groups, cooperative learning, peer tutoring.
Management of conflicts. Analysis, prevention and resolution of interpersonal conflicts in an
educational environment.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Group 1:Lectures and practical coursework (in groups).
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Group 1: Class participation, group work, individual work or exam.
Group 2: Written exam and practical coursework
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology.
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INTRODUCCIÓN A LA PSICOMETRÍA
Introduction to Psychometrics
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13883)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Part I: Classical theory (reliability, validity, item analysis)
• Part II: Basics of Item Response Theory
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and mandatory coursework (construction of a test: generation of test items,
application, computerized analysis of results, final report).
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
The final exam will assess theoretical and applied aspects of course contents. Students will
have to carry out a mandatory course assignment that will determine 10 % of the student’s
final grade.
METODOLOGÍA DE LA INVESTIGACIÓN SOCIAL
Methodology in Social Research
(First Semester: Fall) y también en (Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código
UAM: 13918)
COURSE OF STUDY:
This course will deal with the techniques and methods involved in psychosocial intervention
programmes. Our goal will be to provide the student with the knowledge needed to develop
intervention programmes in contexts in which social psychology is useful for society. The
programme will include the following topics:
1. Psychology, a science devoted to well-being.
2. Social problems
3. Social indicators
4. Psychosocial intervention
5. Methods for intervening in natural disasters
6. Methods for intervening in health issues
7. Methods for intervening in violence
COURSE METHODOLOGY: Lectures and practical coursework
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and assignments.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Social and Organizational Psychology. Clinical and Health Psychology.
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METODOLOGÍA EN CONTEXTOS APLICADOS (EDUCATIVA)
Methodology applied contexts (education)
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13918)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Historical introduction to educational research. Traditional approaches to research in
education. Experimental and cuasi-experimental designs in educational research. Descriptive
studies in educational research. Phenomenological approaches to educational research.
Documentary resources in education.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Integration of theory and practice.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and assignments.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
The student should have successfully completed the courses on Research Design and Data
Analysis II.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational psychology. Research
METODOLOGÍA EN CONTEXTOS APLICADOS (ORGANIZACIONES)
Methodology applied contexts (organizations)
(Second Semester: Fall) (Optional)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Introduction to multivariate data analysis techniques widely used in organizations research.
The statistic techniques covered are: Multiple regression, Factor analysis, Discriminant
analysis, Cluster analysis, CHAID (divisive cluster analysis) and Correspondence analysis.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Theoretical classes and experimental coursework with statistics packages, such as SPSS and
Answertree.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam on practical cases through Software outputs.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge about inferential statistics and data analysis. The student must have basic skills
in computers. It is advisable to follow the courses Data analysis and data management first.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: All.
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MOTIVACIÓN Y EMOCIÓN
Motivation and Emotion
(Second Semester: Spring) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Or Elective Course: Libre
configuración sin requisitos previos) (Código UAM: 13877)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Introduction: The affective-motivational process.
• Preliminary concepts.
• The process of motivation: Origins and development.
• Motivation, cognition and society:
o Cognition and motivation.
o Culture, society and motivation.
o Assessment, measurement and intervention on motivation.
• Social and cognitive aspects of emotion:
o A concept of working on emotion
o Cognitive and social aspects of emotion.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures. Practical coursework in the classroom. Video screenings. Article readings.
Assignments on applied aspects of motivation and emotion.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Assessment will be based upon a multiple-choice
exam, a short answer exam and a paper on the practical coursework carried.
NECESIDADES Y DERECHOS DE LA INFANCIA
Needs and Rights of Childhood
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13920)
The objective of this course is to provide the students with a basic understanding of the
necessities of childhood and adolescence, and the rights that derive from them, as much in
the children considered normal as in those that present some disability. For this, the class is
divided into a theoretical analysis and an ecological/contextual model by Bronfennbrenner.
Considering the well treated/maltreated continuum, special emphasis will be put on those
situations in which the children don´t have satisfactory basic needs. Likewise, practices of
prevention and intervention in situations of risk and abandonment will be analyzed.
COURSE OF STUDY:
The aim of this course is to provide the students a basic knowledge about the needs and
rights of children and adolescents, of those who are considered normal as well as those who
have some kind of disability. In order to do this we will set off from a theoretical analysis of
human needs or of the Bronfennbrenner´s ecological-contextual model. Considering
the continuum between maltreatment and good-treatment, we will place special emphasis on
those situations in which children do not have their basic needs covered. We will also
analyse prevention and intervention strategies in situations of risk and abandonment.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, discussions on relevant literature on the topics of interest, applied assignments on
guidance activities.
COURSE EVALUATION: Exam and practical coursework.
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NEUROCIENCIA Y CONDUCTA I: FUNDAMENTOS
Neuroscience and Behaviour I: Key Concepts
(Fall Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13870)
The Programme consits of the following units:
(1) Neuroscience, definition and object of study.
(2) Neural cells (neurons and glia cells)
(3) Information transmission within the nervous system.
(4) Neuroendocrine system.
(5) Development of the nervous system.
(6) Macroscopic and functional anatomy of the nervous system.
(7) General characteristics of the sensory systems.
We will complete two labs: One on Neurophysiology and another on Neuroanatomy.
Course Methodology: Lectures and practical coursework.
Assessment Arragements: Written exam and coursework assessment.
NEUROPSICOLOGÍA EXPERIMENTAL Y CLÍNICA
Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology
(First Semester: Fall) y también (Second Semestre: Spring) (Optional) (Código
UAM: 13921)
COURSE OF STUDY:
This course is concerned with the study of the human brain’s functional organization in
processes such as language, memory, perception, motor activity and aging. Our object of
study will be individuals that have suffered some kind of damage to their central nervous
system and we will discuss the way in which this damage has effects on the processes
mentioned above. A good part of the programme will deal with techniques used in the
assessment of cognitive functioning disturbances, as a previous step to the design of
rehabilitation programmes.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework through the use of audiovisual material.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Exam consisting of essay questions and a multiplechoice test. Practical coursework will also be assessed in the exam by a report on a
neuropsychological assessment.
PERCEPCIÓN Y ATENCIÓN
Perception and Attention
(Second Semester: Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
COURSE OF STUDY:
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Presentation of the present schools of investigation of perception. Study of physical, optical,
biological, computing and artificial vision fundamentals. These facts explain in the first
place the construction of a color theory, after a formation of the visual image theory, of the
perception of profundity, of movement, of perceptual organization and of the object. After
studying hearing, touch and the experimental models of attention, the course concludes with
a final discussion of theoretical models.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, readings, and practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Exam and practical coursework.
PERCEPCIÓN Y ATENCIÓN
Perception and Attention Syllabus
(Second Semester: Spring)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Course objectives:
1) Study the processes of sensation, perception and consciousness as basic structures of the human psyche, as
developed by evolution.
2) Study how these processes lead to the constitution of the psychological subject and to the functional mechanisms of
attention to the perceived universe
3) Explain the logical place of the scientific explanation of these processes in the “theory of the mind”
4) Study how the perceptive-attentive world that permits our species’ normal behavior is constructed.
5) Study specific perceptive-attentive traits and how alterations of these traits affect normal behavior.
6) Investigate how perception and attention relate to all of the different related fields of psychology, including learning,
thought, logic, language acquisition, and perception and attention as the root of rational intelligence. The
applications lend themselves to many topics, especially clinical psychology and education psychology.
Themes investigated:
First part: Science of vision
A: Includes in depth study of the physiology, neurology, and psychophysiology of vision as well as popular models
developed to study vision
B: Regional theories and integration of vision- Color theories, perceptual organization, object perception,
movement perception, global theories about image integration.
Second Part: Other perceptive modes
Somatic perception, audition perception, perception-action systems
Third Part: Attention
Evolutionary development of the psychological subject and attentional mechanisms, experimental models in
attention
Fourth Part: Psychological architecture
Perception – action and the architecture of the psyche.
Course evaluation:
Students will be evaluated based on:
A final exam of multiple choice type, (50%) and the development in essay form of one of the exam questions (25%)
Write ups of practical works turned in every week (25%)
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PRIMATOLOGÍA Y ETOLOGÍA HUMANA
PRIMATOLOGY AND HUMAN ETHOLOGY
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional, Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13922)
Topics covered
A look at primates in order to understand man
Primates in biomedical studies, growth and development. Reconstruction of the evolution of
the conduct of hominids. Comparable models to interpret human conduct.
Portrait of the family: Who is who and where we come from
Classification and taxonomy of the orden of the primates. Philogenesis and evolution of
primates. Inferences between the conduct of the homids and the ecology.
Lifestyles
Adaptations of the human primates and non human primates to the environment. Diet and
nutrition requirements. Body size, digestive structure, dental structure, movement and
posture. Standards of human subsistence. Reproduction, growth and development.
Why do we live in groups?
Costs and benefits of group living. Social systems in primates. Searching for a mate in
human and non human primates. Parental care. Fatherhood and migration. The territory.
Social strategies
Coalitions and Alliances. Positions of dominance. Should one form an alliance with a
relative or with someone of a high status? After the conflict, the reconciliation. Exchange of
physical and social resources.
Communication and language
The brain and sensory systems. Vocal communisation in primates. Biological aspects of
communication. Non verbal communication.
The culture of the primates
Mental abilities of primates. The use of tools and fire. Artistic representations. Local
traditions and cultural transmission.
The future
The conservation of primates. Tribunal populations in the modern world. Demographic
tendencies of human populations. The future evolution of humanity.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework, discussion groups, review and discussion of relevant
literature in the field of interest, video screenings and guest speakers.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
It will depend on the number of students enrolled: written exam, observation, report on
fieldwork, and participation in seminars.
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COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: Research.
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PSICOBIOLOGÍA Y CULTURA
Psychobiology and Culture
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13925)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Even though the dichotomy between biology and culture seemed to have disappeared thirty
years ago, surprisingly, we still find repeated references to the biological determinants of
behaviour and to the advantages that our better knowledge of them will bring to the
evolution of social sciences. In this course we will review the ideas that impregnate this
conceptualisation of Biology, its theoretical basis and its consequences. In order to
understand the causes of this discrepancy between research findings, that frequently
contradict this deterministic view of human behaviour, and its dissemination in academic
and non-academic circles, we will focus our attention in a few specific fields (gender and
ethnic differences).
The Biology-culture dichotomy in Psychology: the concept of Biology, the role of personal
conceptions, hidden curriculum.
Biology as an ideology: gender differences, Psychology, Genetic evolution and identity.
Human development from a biological perspective.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, seminars, debates, experimental coursework in the classroom.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam, participation in experimental coursework and seminars.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
All.
PSICOFISIOLOGÍA
Psychophysiology
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13889)
• Introduction to Psychophysiology
• Spontaneous electrical activity in the cerebral cortex: EEG rhythms
• Physical cerebral electrical activity: evoked potentials
• Magnetic cerebral activity
• Neuroimaging techniques
• Skeletal-muscle activity
• Electrodermal and cardiovascular activity
Gastrointestinal activity and other vegetative signs
Psychophysiological basics: homeostasis, physiological stimulation, stress and
psychosomatic disorders, orientation and defense responses.
Register and analysis of Psychophysiological variables: general methodology, activity
directly produced by the central nervous system, activity controlled by the motor nervous
system by the autonomous nervous system.
Psychophysiology of emotion and affection disorders: classification and development of
emotions and affection disorders and their Psychophysiological treatment.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and compulsory practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Exam.
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PSICOLOGÍA AMBIENTAL
Pertaining to the environment / setting
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13926)
Models in relation to the individual environment.
Basic processes: environmental perception; environmental cognition; and the significance of
the environment.
Space and social behavior: personal space. Psychological effects of crowding together.
Effects of environmental factors: temperature, noise, environmental stress.
Behavior and constructed medium: house, institutional offices. Psychological analysis of the
modern life.
Natural medium and behavior: landscape, responsible ecological conduct. Behavior
in natural spaces. Enviromental education.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, seminars, and practices on landscape perception and residential satisfaction.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and student’s participation in seminars.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: All.
PSICOLOGÍA COMUNITARIA
Community Psychology
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13928)
The role of Social Psychology in contemporary society. 2. Concept and development of
Community Psychology. The community as object and subject of social action. 3. A new
concept of Health. Preventive and Promotional action. Community Mental Health. 4. The
process of participative Research-Action. 5. Models and strategies to carry out a needs
analysis. 6. Models and strategies for Intervention. Alternatives to traditional services.7.
Intervention in specific fields. 8. Actions and project evaluations. 9. Community
participation. Paraprofessionals, self-help, and social support. 10. The socio-political frame.
Ideology, ethics and strategy for action.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and discussions based on the course contents and on some additional readings.
Video screenings, visits of professionals from our field of interest. Student participation at
any level will be greatly encouraged and positively considered.
Practical coursework: We will try to offer posts for those who voluntarily want to get
involved in practical coursework in this area. However, this opportunity will depend to a
great extent on the availability of vacancies and the negotiations with institutions that are not
part of the University.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
The assessment will be based on a written exam. Also, there will be opportunities for course
members to negotiate in order to carry out activities and assignments in areas of particular
interest to them. These will be taken in to account in order to increase the student’s final
grade on the course.
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PSICOLOGÍA, CULTURA Y SOCIEDAD
Psychology, Culture and Society
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13929)
Models from philosophical anthropology play an important role in the explanation of
individual and group behaviour. Its knowledge becomes very relevant when psychological
praxis introduces itself in culture and society, having a wide variety of applications in
clinical, social and educational psychology. This course will analyse these models and
consider their possible professional applications in psychology. The models are the
following: 1) Scientific-natural models in philosophical anthropology., 2) Human Sciences
models in philosophical anthropology, 3) Romantic models in philosophical anthropology,
4) Epistemological models in philosophical anthropology, 5) Existentialist models in
philosophical anthropology, 6) Vitalist Models in philosophical anthropology, 7) Marxist
models in philosophical anthropology, 8) Religious models in philosophical anthropology,
9) Philosophical anthropology models in the current discussion about social philosophy and
history.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Written material for each unit will be given beforehand to the students, who will be
responsible for preparing it. There will be an orientation session for each unit in which the
lecturer will discuss the unit’s contents and their relation to the reading material and
practical coursework. Also, for each unit (and lecture) there will be a session in which we
will comment on the readings and another in which we will carry out practical coursework.
Since the contents will be presented to the students as written material, our desire is that the
course will be essentially participative.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: The students will be able to pass the course by
participating in class. An exam will be held only for special cases that require it.
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PSICOLOGÍA DEL ARTE
PSYCHOLOGY OF ART
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course, Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13369)
Basic psychological processes implicated in the production and interpretation of art. Applications in
psychology of art: learning, expression in figurative arts.
Applications in psychology of art: learning, expression in figurative arts, communicability of art in museums
and expositions.
Objectives:
A reflection on the relationship between art and psychology. Analysis of the processes engaged in the creation
and interpretation of art. Exploration of the methods of learning art and aesthetic appreciation in the contexts of
formal learning, and informal learning through activities related to historic/artistic heritage (museums,
monuments, arqueological parks, etc).
Program:
Introduction
Contents and Methods of Contemporary Psychology
The historic relationships in the Psychology of Art
Focal Points: Gestalt Theory and Experimental Aesthetic in Cognitive Psychology.
Theories in Cognitive Psychology regarding artistic interpretation (the act of interpretation as interaction
between receptor and art work)
Basic Psychology Processes: perception, attention, memory, language, communication, thought,
comprehension and elaboration, emotion socialization, attitudes, personality and creativity. Physiology of
perception, brain function and optical process.
The relationship of the psychological process and the production and interpretation of art.
Analysis of the different levels of difficulty in the interpretation of art (formalist, iconological, sociological
etc,)
Perception and art production
Applications of the Psychology of Art
1) learning art in an educational context
2) Communicability of art in Museums and Expositions
Artistic interpretation in a patrimonial context
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PSICOLOGÍA DE LA PRIMERA INFANCIA
Psychology Of Initial Infancy
(First Semestre: Fall) (Elective Course: Libre configuración sin requisitos previos
The primary objective of this course is a comparison of the present developmental theories
dealing with children before the stage of language acquisition. In making the comparison,
the student is familiarized with observations of children (mainly through in class videos) in
their natural environment.
More specifically, the first part of the course deals with the development of the sensorymotor intelligence according to the work of Jean Piaget. The second development –based
mainly in Vygotski´s theories- examines the role the child´s interaction with others plays in
the development of intelligence. The third and last section of the course deals with the realm
of cognitive development from the semantic level to the pragmatic level. Further, the link
between the child´s use of objects and his/her ability to communicate is examined. Here, the
professor’s own work and investigations are used as a foundation for discussion.
PSICOLOGÍA ECONÓMICA Y CONDUCTAS DEL CONSUMIDOR
Economical Psychology and the Conduct of the Consumer
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13930)
Psychological Concept of the consumer. Psychological factors that influence the conduct of
consumption (perception, memory, learning, etc.). Social-psychological factors in the
conduct of consumption (prices, reference groups, family, etc.). Processes of making
decisions when there is a choice. Global models of the conduct of consumption.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Class participation, assignments (theoretical, empirical, etc.), and exam.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Organizational Psychology. Research
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA ADOLESCENCIA
Psychology of Adolescence
(Optional) (Second Semester: Spring) (Código UAM: 13927)
- Theories of adolescence.
- Physical changes.
- Socially affective changes in distinct realms.
- Cognitive changes.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lecture sessions and practical coursework consisting in discussions about research articles
and fieldwork.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and practical coursework.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology
Research
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PSICOLOGÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN
Psychology of Education
(Annual: First and Second Semester: Fall and Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
(Código de la UAM: 13893)
This course will end with an analysis of the educational phenomena from a psychological
perspective. The following will be examined, the social function of education, the different
concepts of the psychology of education, the relationship between education, learning and
development, institutionalized and not institutionalized education, and the different aspects
of scholastic activity viewed from a psychological perspective.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework in small groups. Assignments.
EVALUATION: Final exam. Assessment of practical coursework and assignment.
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PSICOLOGÍA DE LA INTELIGENCIA
Psychology of Intelligence
(First Semester: fall) (Optional)
In current society, intelligence assumes a human characteristic of unquestionable influence
and repercussion. Therefore, the scientific study of different intellectuals should serve to
make understood how distinct individuals use their capacities in labor, educational and
clinical contexts. How to ascertain if a delinquent is responsible for their acts. Why a
psychopath maintains their intelligence intact. How a worker can achieve a better adaptation
to a position intellectually demanding. How to adapt the systems of education to the
differences in aptitude of the students. How to explore the lost intellectual functions after
traumatic episodes such as a traffic accident. How to explore the capacity of recuperation of
certain intellectual capacities in a man or woman. How one can better their intelligence.
How intelligence declines with age. In short, as we live in a world more and more
intellectually demanding (technology more and more sophisticated, etc.) it becomes
essencial to scientifically understand the different intellectuals and to know how to
professionally manage with this fact.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA LECTURA
Psychology of Reading
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13931)
Reading as a complex activity.
Reading and comprehension.
The active role of the reader in the understanding of texts.
Characterization of the written speech.
Intervention in the improvement of the text.
- Intervention in the improvement of written strategies of subjects.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA MEMORIA
Psychology of Memory
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13887)
SCHEDULE GROUPS PROFESSORS/LECTURERS
MORNING 1 & 2: Emilio Fdez.- Lagunilla
EVENING 3 & 4: Jose María Ruiz Vargas
COURSE OF STUDY:
Group 1 and 2: Levels of analysis in the study of memory. The multiple nature of memory:
memory systems. Memory processes. Memory disorders: amnesia, memory and
consciousness: memory dissociations. Memory and emotion.
Group 3 and 4: Structural conception of memory. Working memory. Codification,
storage and retrieval processes. Memory and emotion. Amnesia.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
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Group 1 and 2: The methodology will consist of lectures and practical coursework
illustrated with overheads, audiovisual material and experiments in small groups of students.
Group 3 and 4: Lectures, mandatory practical activities.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Group 1 and 2: Multiple-choice exam
Groups 3 and 4: Objective test.
Analysis levels regarding the study of memory. The cognitive psychology of memory. The
function of the memory. Nature and form of the memory. Memory processes: codification
and recuperation. Amnesia and other neuro-psychological syndromes. Memory and
conscience. Memory and emotion.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA MEMORIA
Psychology of Memory
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
First Semestre: Fall, Cursada en Otoño de 2005
Prof. José María Ruiz Vargas
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA MEMORIA
Introduction: 1. The Experimental Cognitive Science of Memory.
1. The frame of Cognitive Psychology. Levels of analysis. The three grand
perspectives for the study of memory: Evoluncionary, Cognitive, Neurocognitive.
Part 1.
The Function of Memory: An Evolutionary Perspective
2. Memory as an adaptive specialization. The evolution of the systems of
learning and memory. The function of memory.
3. Functional restrictions of the Human Memory. Do our cerebral systems
register everything we experience? Consolidation of memory. The role of REM
sleep in memory.
4. The adaptative function of forgetting. The necessity of forgetting. The new
theory of disuse. The adaptive value of forgetting.
5. Implicit Systems of learning and memory. Implicit Learning. Implicit Memory.
Characteristic of implicit systems.
Part 2.
The functional architecture of the Human Memory: a Cognitive Perspective.
6. The functional architecture of the Human Memory. The Modal model. Sensory
registration. Short term memory: the operative memory. Long term memory:
codification, rememberance, and recuperation.
7. False Memories. The constructivist conception of Bartlett. Experimental
investigation of errors and distortions of the memory. The Deese- Roediger-Mc
Dermott paradigm. Explicative theories of the illusions of memory.
8. Explicit and Implicit Memory. Definitions. Functions of explicit memory:
Recall versus recognition. The subjective experience of recollection. Tasks of
implicit memory.
9.Dissociations of Memory. The logic of dissociations. Types of Dissociations:
functional, evolutionary, Neuropsychological, etc. Dissociations in tests of
implicit memory, and their significance.
Part 3.
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The Neurocognitive organization of Memory
10. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory. Neuropsychology. Cognitive
Neuroscience. The neurocognitive focus of memory. Systems of memory.
11. Amnesia. The HM patient. Types of amnesia. Defining characteristics. What
is altered, and what is preserved in the memory of patients with Amnesia?
Explicative theories of Amnesia.
12. Classification of Memory. The MCP/ MLP dichotomy. The dichotomy
between "declarative" and "non-declarative" memory. The dichotomy between
implicit and explicit memory. Systems and subsystems of memory. Relations
between systems: the SPI model
Part 4.
Memory and Emotional Events.
13. Trauma and memory. Stress and trauma. Emotional stress and memory:
photographic memories, emotional stress, and the type of information
remembered. Trauma and memory. Confusion of posttraumatic stress. Traumatic
memories versus ordinary memories. The impact of trauma on the memory: a
neurocognitive explanation.
Evaluation:
1) Experiments/labs sessions
2) Group Research project due Jan 12
3) Final Exam on Feb 8 2006
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA PERSONALIDAD
Personality Psychology
(Second Semester: Spring) (second Year) (First Cycle) (También Elective Course:
Libre configuración sin requisitos previos) (Código UAM: 13886)
Definition of personality. Personality studies. Cognitive, emotional, and social dimensions
related to personality. Personality as a system. Consistency and personality change.
Personality and behavior. One’s self and personal identity. Personality training and
development. Personality disturbance. Personality and health.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Exam consisting of True/ False questions that can
sum up to 80% of the final grade on the course. The remaining 20% of the grade will depend
on the evaluation of the practical coursework completed by the student.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA SALUD
Psychology of Health
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13933)
The concept of health. Behavior and health. The psychology of health. Theoretical frame of
the psychology of health. Intervention in the psychology of health. Methodology for the
intervention of health in psychology. Systems of alarm: detection of threat (illness). Design
and planning of preventive intervention in health: myopia, asthma, high blood pressure
attacks...
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
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The students will be responsible for preparing the classes by reading the material assigned in
the programme to each unit. Questions and problems related to the assignment on prevention
will be attended and worked out during class hours devoted to experimental coursework.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS
The students will submit three projects as part of a prevention programme that would be
applicable to a district of Madrid. This project will consist of a document of around 50 pages
that will be signed by one student that will be considered responsible for the project. The
student will follow the guidelines for the presentation of scientific and didactic texts. In this
case, the course will be assessed by coursework submitted by the student. If the student
chooses the alternative option, he/she will complete a multiple-choice exam with which
he/she will be able to go in for a "pass" grade (5) in the course.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: Clinical and
Health Psychology.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LA VEJEZ: EVALUACIÓN E INTERVENCIÓN
Psychology of Old Age
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13935)
- Introduction to psychology of old age. Conceptual and methodological basics.
- Explanatary models of old age.
- Changes associated with aging.
- Basic principals in the psychological evaluation and intervention in old age.
- Psychological evaluation and intervention in old age. Applications:
- Depression
- Troubles with anxiety
- Intellectual and memory skills
- Cognitive damage and dementia
- Conduct and health in old age
- Physical health and old age (chronic pain, incontinence, trouble sleeping)
- Care of the elderly in the familiar context
- Environmental evaluation and intervention (communitary environment and institutions)
PSICOLOGÍA DE LAS DEFICIENCIAS
Psychobiology of developmental disturbances
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13924)
COURSE OF STUDY:
In order to study how the normal sequence of development takes place as well as how this
sequence can be disturbed, we will discuss various etiological, neurobiological, and
neuropsychological aspects in different types of mental retardation and in other disorders
associated with it. The programme will also include the study of aspects related to the
prevention of developmental disturbances, as well as an applied assignment about the
assessment of neuropsychological profiles in children.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework, video screenings.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Grading will be based upon an exam and the assessment of practical coursework.
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COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical-Health Psychology Educational- Instructional Psychology
PSICOLOGÍA DE LAS DIFERENCIAS INDIVIDUALES
Psychology of Different Individuals
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13882)
The material includes an introduction and four methodological and conceptual topics that
complement the work of the course designed to put into practice the basic content.
The introduction gives illustrative examples of the basic investigation and the relevant
practice of studying the similarities and differences in conduct.
The first topic explains briefly the historical trajectories of studying the differences in
conduct, stressing that most relevant to understand the actual situation.
The second topic presents, generally by examples, the basic concepts and methods of study
necessary for the analysis of the differences in conduct. Here the psychological
characteristics (factorial theories), psychological processes (cognitive theories), biological
bases of differences in conduct (biological theories) y the problem of heredity and the
environment.
The third topic develops factorial theories, the cognitive and biological theories of
intelligence, similar to the studies of the environmental and genetic contributions to the
differences in intelligence. Included is a series of practical explications in each case as
illustration.
The fourth topic explores the factorial theories, the cognitive and biological theories of
personality, similar to the principal results derived from the analysis of the environmental
and genetic contributions to the differences in personality. Also included here is some
practical explanations as illustration.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Practical classes in this course are designed in order to let the student play an active role in
the understanding of the different theories about how intelligence and personality
differences are constructed, as well as which is their practical relevance. Therefore, the
student will apply in the practice those conceptual and methodological contents presented in
the lectures. Also, the student will be able to use a computer programme designed to review
the course basic contents by answering more than 100 questions. Each question includes an
explanation about why the answer is correct or it is incorrect.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: During the course, there will be two exams held
during class hours. The first exam will include contents discussed in the Introduction, the
First and Second Unit. The second exam will include the contents of Unit Three and Four.
The total number of questions will be 60 and the student will have access during the exam to
all the material that he/she requires (textbook, notes, etc..). The exams will assess the
student’s ability to reason about the course’s basic contents. The student will be able to
obtain in the exam up to a maximum grade of 7 points (out of 10). The remaining points (3
points) will be based upon the individual Practical Report completed by each student in
which he/she will summarize the practical coursework carried out in the course.
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PSICOLOGÍA DE LAS ORGANIZACIONES
Psychology of Organizations
(Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13899)
Nature and the Organization.
Theory of the Organization.
The Individual and the Organization.
Socialization and the Organization.
Participation and Making Decisions.
Motivation and Satisfaction.
Social Climate and Quality of Work Life.
Culture and Environment of the Organization.
Practical exercises: Organizational environment. Organizational leadership. Organizational
stress. Work satisfaction.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
• Classes on the theoretical contents (lecture sessions and discussions on the programme
contents)
• Practical classes (discussion, debates and practical coursework)
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Final exam. The development and completion of
practical coursework will be evaluated.
PSICOLOGÍA DE LOS GRUPOS
Psychology of Groups
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13896)
Concept of the Group.
Development and Formation of the Group.
Structure of the Group.
Leadership.
Making Decisions in a Group.
Productivity of a Group.
Relations Within a Group.
Types of Groups.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and group assignments.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Final multiple-choice exam, to which we will add the
evaluation of practical coursework.
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PSICOLOGÍA DEL DEPORTE
Psychology of Sport
(Second Semester: Spring) (Course of Free Configuration and Specific Offer) (Código
UAM: 13994)
History. Basic Concepts. Psychological techniques applicable to sports performance.
Implications of exercise and sport in health (age, scholastic, adults and the elderly).
PSICOLOGÍA DEL DESARROLLO I
Developmental Psychology I: Social Development
(First Semester : Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (También Elective Course: Libre
configuración sin requisitos previos) (Código UAM: 13871)
The objective of this course is to give the student a general knowledge or overview of
developmental psychology, focusing especially an social development. There are 4 concrete
themes over human development which are followed by 6 more themes later on in the
course. We will talk about family, school, and different groups that take an active role in
social development. The 10 themes are as follows: the study of development, the history of
the study of human and social development, theories of social development, methods of
investigation, first relations (child/parent), knowledge of others, development of sexual
identification and gender, Relations between parents and children, moral development and
social development in adolescence.Given th relationship between the course contents and
daily life, we will offer the students informatiooon about what is the psychologists´role in
these issues.
Course Methodology: Lectures and practical coursework that includes discussions about
research articles and data collection in fieldwork.
Assesssment Arrangements: Written exam, optional assignments and discussion on the
practical exercises completed by the students.
PSICOLOGÍA DEL DESARROLLO II: DESARROLLO COGNITIVO
Psychology of Development II: Cognitive Development
(Annual: First and Second Semester: Fall and Spring) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
(Código UAM: 13881)
Theories of Cognitive Change.
Processing of information in babies.
Development of Representations.
Development of memory.
Development of language.
Course Methodology: Lectures amd literature discussions.
Assessment Arrangements: Written exam and brief essays on practical issues.
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PSICOLOGÍA DEL LENGUAJE
Psychology of Language
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13894)
Concept of Language. Characteristics of the Human Language.
Neurobiological Basics and Philological Genesis of Language.
Ontogenesis of Language.
Production of Language.
Comprehension of Language.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures on theoretical contents and practical exercises. Optional participation in seminars
and experimental practical coursework. Optional assignments.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Exam that will be held at the end of the SEMESTER.
This exam will consist of a multiple-choice test and short-answer questions. The students
who choose to involve in optional assignments will have the chance to improve their course
final grade.
PSICOLOGÍA DEL PENSAMIENTO
Psychology of Thought
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13898)
Inductive Reasoning.
Deductive Reasoning.
Solution of Problems.
Cognitive Development and Reasoning.
Learning to Think.
Thought in Specific Contexts.
Daily Thought.
Creativity.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, simulated experiments, article readings and discussions.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Multiple-choice test and attendance to practical
classes.
PSICOLOGÍA DEL TESTIMONIO
Eyewitness Testimony
(First Semester: Fall) y también (Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código UAM:
13934)
COURSE OF STUDY:
People and events perception. Problems in event retention and recall. Face recall and
recognition procedures. Suggested memories. Experimental and everyday contexts.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Written examination.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: General-of
interest to students in all tracks of specialisation.
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PSICOLOGÍA POLÍTICA
Psychology of Politic
(Annual: First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código UAM:
13932)
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Power, individual and society. Political socialization. Elites and leadership. Corruption.
Public opinion and mass media. Electoral behaviour. Inter-group relations.
• Conflict and political violence. International relations.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Social and organisational psychology/ General.
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PSICOLOGÍA SOCIAL I
Social Psychology I
(First Semester: Fall) (First Year) (First Cycle) (Código UAM: 13872)
Social psychology history. Instinctivism of McDougal and psychologism of Allport. Lewin
and topological theory. Cognition theories. Mead and symbolic interactionism. The theories
of social interchange. Historic-dialectic perspective. New theoretical and applied
developments in social psychology.
Course Methodology: Lectures, group dynamics, individual and group assignments.
Assessment arrangements: Multiple-choice exam. Group assignments. Student presentations
in class.
PSICOLOGÍA SOCIAL II
Social Psychology II
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle) (Código 13879)
Role of cognition in the psycho-social explanation of conduct.
Social Cognition: outlines and categories.
Power of Chance.
Perception of People and the Formation of Impressions.
Attitudes: Concept, Formation of Impressions.
Relationships between attitudes and conduct.
Strategies of intervention for changes in attitude.
Stereotypes.
Personal Identity and Social Identity.
Social Representations.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures on theoretical contents and practical coursework
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Final exam.
PREREQUISITES: It would be convenient that the student has passed the course on Social
Psychology I before enrolling in this course.
PSICOMETRÍA APLICADA
Applied Psychometrics
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13936)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• Basics of Item Response Theory (IRT)
• IRT applications
• Criterion-referenced tests
• Psychophysics and Theory of Signal Detection
• Unidimensional and multidimensional Scaling.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Integration of theory and practice. Training with different computer programmes will be
provided.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
The final exam will assess theoretical and applied aspects of course contents. Students will
have to carry out some mandatory course work, that will determine 30% of the student’s
final grade.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
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All.
PSICOPATOLOGÍA
Psychopathology
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13895)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Basic concepts in psychopathology. Models of psychopathological disorders. Study of
psychopathological manifestations. Classifying systems (DSM –IV, ICD-10). Main
disorders: anxiety, affective, obsessive-compulsive, schizophrenia, dementias, etc.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework based on the core contents of the course. Study of clinical
histories.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Multiple-choice test or exam essay questions exam .
Monitoring of student’s individual work.
PSICOTERAPIA
Psychotherapy
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13937)
SCHEDULE GROUPS PROFESSOR/LECTURER
Morning 2: Julia Sebastián
COURSE OF STUDY:
The contents of this course include a review and study of some of the most relevant
psychotherapeutic movements in group therapy: Psychodrama, Transactional Analysis,
Gestalt, Psychoanalytic group therapy, Person-centered therapy and introduction to Sytemic
Family and Couple Therapy. This course aims to be mostly practical, therefore, all students
will have to get involved in at least three experiences of practical sessions. This course will
discuss the theoretical basis, general goals, specific intervention techniques and tendencies
of each of these perspectives.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework. Review of relevant literature on these topics. Analysis of
various materials.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Written exam. Attendance to 3 practical sessions (minimum)
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical- Health Psychology.
COURSE: Psychotherapy
SCHEDULE GROUP PROFESSOR/ LECTURER
Evening 1: Carmelo Monedero
COURSE OF STUDY:
This course will explore the most relevant techniques used by different schools of
psychotherapy, placing a special emphasis on the study of the essential psychodynamic and
cognitive processes underlying these. This course aims to be mostly practical, therefore, all
students will have to get involved in one of the didactic groups, being able to experience by
themselves the psychotherapeutic processes that they will have to manage in their patients
and customers as psychologists in the future.
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REPRESENTACIÓN SOCIAL Y DESARROLLO CONCEPTUAL
Social Respresenation and Conceptual Development
(First Semester: Fall) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13938)
COURSE OF STUDY:
• The construction of representations of reality.
• The peculiarities of social elements.
• Elements of social knowledge: psychological, social and moral
• Elements of social representations: norms, values and notions
• Knowledge about social institutions
The construction of economics knowledge
• The representation of social organization
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Article discussions and research assignment in groups.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
The final grade will be based upon class participation in discussions, assignments and tests.
PROCESAMIENTO Y ANÁLISIS DE DATOS
Data Management and Analysis
(First Semester: Fall) y también (Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código de la
UAM: 13923)
Data analysis through the use of the statistics software package SPSS. Data management and
transformation, file handling, data representation, descriptive statistics, parametric univariate
and bivariate contrasts, Analysis of variance, Linear regression, and non-parametric
contrasts are covered. This course is a practical extension of the courses Data Analysis I and
II.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures on the programme contents and practical class-work that will take place in the
computer Lab.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
The course assessment will consist of a final exam in the computer lab.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
This course is open only to students who have basic skills in the use of computers and are
familiar with Windows Operating System.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
All.
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SALUD LABORAL
Health at the Workplace
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código de la UAM: 13939)
Health at the workplace
SCHEDULE
GROUPS
PROFESSOR/LECTURER
Morning/ Evening 2: Bernardo Moreno
COURSE OF STUDY:
Health at the workplace and work, security and hygiene. Ergonomics and psychosocial
elements. Health vigilance. Industry and the environment. Welfare at work.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures, experimental coursework, video screenings and visits.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Exam and optional assignment.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical Psychology , Organizational Psychology
SEMINARIO I (PSICOLOGÍA DE LA CREATIVIDAD)
Seminar on Psychology of Creativity
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13940)
COURSE OF STUDY:
The mystery of genius. Creativity products. Theoretical explanations of creativity. Creative
thinking. Motivation and personality. Creativity training. Creativity assessment.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and applied coursework in groups.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Written exam and coursework assessment.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Educational Psychology
Organizational Psychology. Research
SEMINARIO II (CONFLICTO Y NEGOCIACIÓN)
Seminar on Conflict and Negotiation
(First Semester: Fall) también en (Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM:
13941)
COURSE OF STUDY:
.- Objectives
- Allow the student to be able to make a critical analysis of the factors and processes
implicated in the genesis and development of distinct types of conflict.
- Provide the basic knowledge for the design and application of elemental strategies of
conflict prevention and conflict management applicable in diverse contexts.
2.- Contents
- First Part
- 1.- Theme 1.- Conflict: basic aspects
1.- Introduction. Definition of conflict.
2.- Typologies of Conflict.
3.- Dynamics of Conflict.
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2.- Theme 2. the sociological analysis of conflict
1.- Functionalist theories.
2.- The sociology of conflict.
3.- The Marxist theory
3.- Theme 3.- The psycho-social perspective in conflict analysis
1.- Introduction
2.- The realist theory of conflict.
3.- The theory of social identity
4.- The theory of relative deprivation
5.- The formal theories.
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6.- Studies of power.
4.- Theme 4. Psycho-social processes implicated in conflict
1.- The cognitive processes related with conflict
2.- the group dynamic in conflict
3.- The consequences of conflict
4.- An integrated model of conflict
Second Part
1.- Theme 5. Conflict Resolution: Negotiation
1.- Different focuses in conflict management
2.- Conditions for negotiation
3.- Phases of negotiation
4.- Strategies and tactics of negotiation
2.- Theme 6. Conflict Resolution: Cooperation, extraordinary goals and peace education
- 1.- Cooperation and extraordinary goals
- a.- Basic theories
- b. Conditions and forms of application
- 2.- Education for peace.
- a.- Substratum theories of peace education
- b.- Examples and application
- 3.- theme 7. Conflict Resolution: Mediation
- 1.- Definition of mediation
- 2.- Mediation settings and environments
- 3.- Stages of mediation
4.- mediation objectives and strategies
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SEMINARIO III (PSICOLOGÍA CRIMINOLÓGICA)
Seminar on Criminological Psychology
(First Semester: Fall) también en (Second Semester: Spring) (Optative) (Código UAM:
13942)
COURSE OF STUDY:
This seminar on criminological psychology is organized around five units: (1) Introduction
to criminological psychology: real cases about different type of murderers (serial killer,
mass murder, etc.), VICAP programme for case analysis, murderer’s psychological profile,
crime statistics, goals of criminological psychology, theories about criminality; (2)
psychopathology of crime: the different types of antisocial personality; (3) dangerous
offences: violence, sexual offences, psychology of the rapist, mental disorders and
criminality; (4) psychopathic and sociopathic personalities: diagnosis, studies about
psychopathy and sociopathy ; (5) prevention of antisocial personality: rehabilitation, context
modification, prevention programs.
Therefore, this course will discuss from an applied perspective abnormal individual
differences that entail a great complexity from a psychological standpoint to evaluate and
intervene, but whose analysis is progressively becoming a great challenge for Applied
Psychology.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Study and analysis of clinical cases. Analysis of PSYCHO films. Screening of
documentaries about psychopaths. Expert lectures.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: Multiple-choice exam and a Report on case analysis
for each of the units in the programme. The student’s final grade will be based on the
exam’s grade and the Reports submitted on the last day of class work in each of the units.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: ClinicalHealth Psychology
SEXUALIDAD HUMANA
Human Sexuality
(First Semester: Fall) (Optative) (Código UAM: 13943)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Biological basis of human sexuality: process of sexual differentiation and human sexual
response. History of sexuality. Personality and sexual differentiation. Psychopathology of
sexual behaviour. Assessment of sexual dysfunctions. Therapy for sexual dysfunctions.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Clinical-Health Psychology
Educational Psychology and Research
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TÉCNICAS DE INTERVENCIÓN PSICOLÓGICA
Techniques for Psychological Intervention and Treatment
(Second Semester: Spring) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (Código UAM: 13897)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Part I. Theoretical, methodological and procedural aspects Historical approach to
behaviour modification:
• Theoretical approaches in behaviour modification
• Evaluation process and functional analysis.
Part II. Treatment techniques:
• Techniques for the arousal control
• Exposure techniques derived from classical and operant conditioning
• Operant techniques used for the establishment and elimination of behaviours and systems
for the organization of contingencies.
• Techniques derived from observational learning: modelling
• Rational and cognitive restructuring techniques
• Confrontation techniques to handle situations
• Problem solving techniques
COURSE MEHODOLOGY:
Most of the classes will be practical sessions; we will work on the intervention techniques
studied through the use of role –playing. We will use textbook and complementary readings
for each unit. Analysis of clinical cases.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS: All the students will have to attend a final exam.
However, participation in role-playing activities and in practical cases will be positively
taken into account towards the final grade in the course.
TÉCNICAS DE INTERVENCIÓN SOCIAL Y DESARROLLO COMUNITARIO
Techniques for Social Intervention and Community development
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13944)
COURSE OF STUDY:
Social and community intervention in urban and rural environments is considered the main
method to confront psychosocial problems (exclusion, racism, sexual discrimination,
delinquency, violence, victimiology, etc) from a professional, systemic and integrated
approach. It also represents a professional option that is progressively gaining importance in
this country. This programme will be based on theoretical knowledge proceeding mostly
from the fields of Social and Community Psychology. From a methodological perspective,
this approach will follow the principles of Research-Participative-Action and integrate
methodological contributions from Social Psychology, Community Psychology and other
related fields (Sociology, Anthropology, Social Awakening and Social Work).
Part 1:
1. Theoretical and empirical principles for the analysis and intervention in social problems.
2. Intervention methodology: Research-Participative-Action.
3. The process of social intervention. Main characteristics. Types of social intervention. The
social intervention process (Diagnosis, design, implementation, evaluation and report).
4. Social intervention techniques. Classification. Characteristics. Indications and cautions.
Part 2:
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5. Development, training and application of social intervention techniques.Group techniques
(Presentation techniques, creative production group, discussion group, nominal group,
Delphi panels..). Techniques for attitudinal measurement and change. Interview and
psychosocial questionnaire. Techniques for the development of social support networks.
Psychosocial intervention in crisis.
6. Social intervention techniques: their creation and adaptation.
Part 3:
7. The process of community development. Intervention in rural settings. Community
development. Issues, basis, instruments, strategies. Social and socio-cultural policy. The
world of relations. Psychology, Economics, Sociology and Development Anthropology.
8. Rural society. Rupture between the rural and the agrarian worlds. Health, culture and
whole development in rural settings. Social structure and change. Cooperation and progress.
9. Social and Psychosocial Ecology. Identification, feeling of belonging, education and
resources guide. Opinions, attitudes and beliefs in urban and rural settings.
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Multiple-choice exam, optional group practical assignments and design of a project of
professional intervention.
RECOMMENDED ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Personal or professional interest in the knowledge, development and application of
techniques for social diagnosis and intervention. It is also advisable that the student has
previously attended other courses on the "Social and Organizational Psychology" track of
specialization, such as "Community Psychology".
COMUNICACIÓN SOCIAL
Social Communication
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optional) (Código UAM: 13907)
- Social communication and mass media.
- Model of advertising communication.
- The transmitter of publicity.
- The receiver of publicity.
- The advertising message.
- Advertising supports.
COURSE METHODOLOGY:
Lectures and practical coursework
ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Assessed by coursework.
COMPATIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING TRACKS OF SPECIALIZATION: Organizational
Psychology (and Marketing).
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CIENCIAS (NO RECOMENDABLES POR SU EXTREMA DIFICULTAD)
SCIENCE
BIOLOGY (NO RECOMENDABLES)
BOTÁNICA
BOTANY
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
I.- Introduction. General Concepts.
Unit 1: Introduction to Botany. Concept of Botany. Contents of the class and objectives.
Unit 2: Systematic: Plant Diversity. Taxonomy and hierarchal classification. Taxonomic
categories. Concept of species. Nomenclature. Synonyms and homonyms. Change in name.
Unit 3: Plant Morphology. Levels of organization in plants. Principle morphological types.
Unit 4: Reproduction and Biological Cycles: Asexual reproduction. Sexual reproduction.
Fundamental models of biological cycles.
II. Biodiversity
Unit 5: Introduction to the study of Fungi. Concept of fungi. Importance of fungi.
Classification. Dev. Oomycota. Ord. Saprolegniales. Ord. Peronosporales.
Unit 6: Fungi cont´d. Dev. Zygomycota. Ord. Mucorales. Div. Ascomycota. Div.
Basidiomycota.
Unit 7: Ecology and Biology of Fungi. Saprohytism and paratism. Presatory fungi.
Unit 8: Symbiosis in Fungi: Micorrizae. Diagnosis, morphology, and types of micorrizae.
Ecological importance. Application in reforestation.
Unit 9: Symbiosis in Fungi cont´d: Lichens. Concept of lichens. Morphology and
reproduction. Ecology, use and application of lichens.
Unit 10: Introduction to the Study of Seaweeds. Concept of seaweeds. Classification,
Characterization of the principal groups. Div, Cyanophytes.
Unit 11: Div. Euglenophytes. Div. Pirrophytes. Div. Heterokomtophytes. Div, Chlorophytes.
Unit 12: Ecology and Biology of Seaweeds. Study of aquatic ecosystems: zonation and
succession.
Unit 13: Introduction to Terrestrial Plants: Div. Bryophytes. Concept, morphology and
reproduction. Ecology, uses and applications of bryophytes.
Unit 14: Introduction to Vascular Plants. Morphology of the plant body- Modifications,
Biological types. Ecological types.
Unit 15: Classification of Vascular Plants. Pteridophytes: Morphology, diversity and
ecology.
Unit 16: Introduction to Spermatophytes. Morphology of the vegetable apparatus.
Morphology of the reproductive apparatus. The seed. The fruit.
Unit 17: Pollination and Dispersion of Fruit and Seeds.
Unit 18: Div. Pinophytes (Gymnosperms). Morphology. Classification. Economic
importance.
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Unit 19: Div. Magnolipphytes. Morphology. Classification. The most representative families
of the flora of Iberia.
Unit 20: Concept of flora and vegetation. Terrestrial vegetation.
ECOLOGÍA HUMANA
Human Ecology
(First Semester: Fall) (Third and Fourtth Year) (Second Cycle)
Humans and the biosphere. Evolution in human-biosphere interactions. The humanized
ecosystem. Perspectives on human-biosphere interactions. Applied ecology.
FÍSICA PARA HUMANISTAS
PHYSICS FOR HUMANISTS
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course)
1.- Physics in the ancient world.
2.- Science of movement
3.- Energy
4.- Gases and Heat
5.- Electricity and magnetism.
6.- Waves.
7.- Atoms and elements.
8.- Quantum Mechanics.
9.- The world according to Einstein.
10.- the interior of the nucleus, elemental particles and forces of nature.
11.- Planetary system.
12.- Stars
13.- Cosmology
Bibliography:
- March, Robert H. Physics for Poets. McGraw-Hill, 1992.
- Glashow, Sheldon L. From Alchemy to Quarks. The study of physics as a liberal art.
Brooks-Cole, 1993.
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FISIOLOGÍA ANIMAL
Animal Physiology
(First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Fundamentals of the functional diversity in organs and tissues. Structural and metabolic
aspects. Cell behavior which enables the completion of integral or specialized functions.
Communications systems.
GENÉTICA, INDIVIDUO Y SOCIEDAD
GENETICS, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY
(First Semester: Fall) (Course of Free Configuration and Specific Offer)
- Introduction:
• Science, Technology and Society.
• Genetics in present day society.
• Social perception of genetic advances: the role of the media.
- Fundamental concepts of Genetics
• The genetic material.
• Mendelian genetics: problems of inheritance.
• Multifactorial inheritance: genetic predisposition and environmental factors.
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Genetic engineering
Recombinant DNA technology.
Genetically modified organism.
Genetic engineering in Biomedicine.
Biotechnology in agriculture.
Potential dangers of Biotechnology.
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Techniques of Assisted Reproduction.
Basic concepts of human reproduction.
Effects of sociocultural changes on human reproduction.
Techniques of in vitro fertilization and their social repercussions.
Ethical and legal aspects of Assisted Reproduction.
Experimentation with embryos.
Cloning.
Prenatal Diagnosis and genetic consultation.
Techniques of prenatal diagnosis.
Specific problems of the diagnosis of hereditary diseases.
Genetic consultation.
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Genetic screening of the population: problems and advantages:
Detection of carriers.
Confidentiality.
Historical examples (PKU, Tay Sachs).
Defection of occupational genetic risks.
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Gene Therapy
Techniques.
Therapy. Different types.
Present situation of genetic therapy.
Genetic modification not therapeutic in the human species.
- The human genome project and its consequences.
• What purpose does knowing the human genome serve.
• Ethical aspects.
A) Socioeconomic dimension.
B) Judicial dimension.
C) Socipolitical dimension.
D) Individual dimension.
GEOMETRÍA I
Geometry I
Curso 1
(Second Semester: Spring) (1st Year) (First Cycle)
(Cursada en Primaver a de 2008)
1. Finite geometry
• Finite spaces: definitions and examples
• Parallelism; linear variety generated by a set; intersection and sum of linear varieties. Dimension and Grassmann’s
formula.
• Cartesian and barycentre coordinates: Cartesian and parametric equations of lineal varieties and beams; proportion:
Menelaus and Ceva’s theorems; changes of reference (orientation).
• Affinities: definition and examples (translation, homothecies, projections, simetries). Invariants. Matrix expression.
2. Euclidean geometry
• Euclidean vector space: bilinear forms and scalar product; perpendicularity; orthonormal bases (Gramm-Schmidt);
Sylvester’s criterion.
• Unitary vector space: sesquilinear forms and hermitic product.
• Orthogonality and subspaces. Orthogonal projection.
• Attached applications
• Finite Euclidean spaces: norm and distance.
o Orthogonal linear varieties
o Distance between linear varieties
o Isometries. Orthogonal applications and movement.
o Movements of a Euclidean line, the plane, and space.
3. Projective geometry
• Projective space. Projective varieties. Dimension and codimension.
• Operations with projective varieties. Incidence theorem.
• Projective references and coordinates. Equations.
• Duality and classic incidence theorems (Desargues and Pappus).
• Projective application: homographies, conic projections and perspectives.
4. Conics
• Quadratic form: calculation of the canonical form.
• Law of inertia. Indices of inertia.
• Conics: geometric elements of a conic and determining the type of conic.
• Properties (of refection) of the conics.
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MEDICAMENTOS, CIENCIA Y SOCIEDAD
Medications, science and society
(Second Semester)
1.- Introduction. Terminology. Actual role of Pharmacology. Overview of the classification
of medications
2.- How does medication enter the organism? Absorption processes. Means of
administration/entry. Types of pharmaceuticals.
3.- How does medication move through the organism? Processes of distribution throughout
the organism.
4.- How does the organism come rid itself of medication? Processes of biotransformation
and elimination.
5.- How does the medicine work? Cellular ¨Bull´s Eye¨ for medicines.
6.- The clinical trial. Its necessity, means of control and evaluation. Phases of clinical trials
in humans. International ethical standards.
7.-Advantages and dangers of automedication. The placebo effect.
8.- Pharmo-economics. Costs of marketing a medicine. Generic medications. Medical
“orphans.”
9.- Toxicity and adverse effects of medicines. Pharma-vigilance. Means of detecting and
treating adverse effects. Pharmacological interactions.
10.- Use of medicines during pregnancy, nursing, in children and the elderly. Use of
medicine in special pathological situations.
II. - Medicine and illness
11.- Medicine and the central nervous system I. Medicines used to treat anxiety and
insomnia.
12.- Medicine and Central Nervous sistema II. Medications used to treat psychosis.
13.- Medicine and Central Nervous Sistema III. Medications used to treat depression.
14.- Medicine, pain and inflammation. Analgesic and antiinflamatory medications.
15.- Medicine and Cardiovascular System. Medicines used to treat hypertension and other
cardiovascular pathologies.
16.- Medicine and the cardiovascular system. Medications used in asthma, rhinitis and
breathing infections.
17.- Medications and Digestive System. Medicines used to treat ulcers and other digestive
pathologies.
18.- Medicine and cancer.
19.- Medicines and the reproductive system.
20.- Medicine and Endocrine and Metabolic Systems. Treatment of diabetes.
21.- Medicine and microbial infections I. Bacterial infections.
22.- Medicine and microbial infections II. Fungal infections.
23.- Medicine and microbial infections III. Viral infections. Treatment for AIDS.
II. Non-medical uses of Medicine
24.- Drug abuse. Tolerance and dependence I.
25.- Drug abuse. Tolerance and dependence II.
26.- Drug abuse and Athletics.
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BIOLOGY (NO RECOMENDABLES)
http://www.uam.es/centros/ciencias/ori
MEDIO AMBIENTE Y SOCIEDAD
ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optative, Second Cycle)
Objectives
The objective of the course is the dynamic study of the environment from the perspective
of society. Special attension is placed on the transformations and problems most relevant to
society/environmental interaction, focusing on both current and past issues.
The analysis of the relations from a multidimensional perspective between man and
environment will present how different ages act within society, different conflicts of
interests, and their repercussions on the environment.
Theoretic Contents
1. Concepts and Basic ideas
a. Environment
b. Society
c. Development
d. Ecology
2. Man as an agent of environmental distortion throughout history
3. Important environmental issues with society/environment relation
a. Social perception
b. Demographic growth
c. Agriculture borders and deforestation
d. Pressure on forest resources
e. Pressure on water resources
f. Urban congestion
g. Climate change
Practical Contents
Group Project(20pgs) choosing one environmental issue and developing the following:
a. Brief description of the problem
b. Analysis of the causes of the problem
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c. Analysis of the consequences
d. Analysis of alternative solutions
e. Study of the social perception of the problem
f. Identification of the different position of social groups. Politicians, environmental groups,
citizens in general, etc.
Grading: 30% Project, 70% final exam
MICROBIOLOGÍA
Microbiology
(Yearly course) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Microorganisms. Bacteria structure and physiology. Growth and its manipulation. Molecular
genetics. Bacterial taxonomy. Introduction to virology. Introduction to immunology.
Ecology of microorganisms. Industrial applications.
VIROLOGÍA
Virology
(First Semester: Fall) (First Semester) (First Cycle)
Contemporary virology and its impact on molecular biology. Biology of virus which infect
animal cells. Main virus groups. General techniques on viral infections in the organism,
immunology and chemotherapy to treat viral infections.
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CHEMISTRY (NO RECOMENDABLES)
CONTAMINACIÓN DEL PLANETA TIERRA
Contamination of the Planet Earth
1. The land, its origin, evolution, and the forces that govern it.
2. Basic principles of Physics.
3. Solar radiation, its absorption and effect on the temperature.
4. The atmosphere, its composition, thermal structure and transportation of energy.
5. The water, its cycles, and the climate.
6. Principles of Chemistry.
7. Chemistry of the atmosphere. Sources and dispersion of the contaminants.
8. History of urban contamination.
9. Effects of contamination on health.
10.
Interior contamination.
11.
Acid Rain.
12.
The CFC and the hole in the ozone.
13.
The greenhouse effect.
14.
The stratospheric ozone.
15.
The chemistry of water.
16.
History of the terrestrial climate. The last centuries and the last decades.
17.
Relation between population and contamination.
18.
Climate change.
The future.
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MINEROLOGÍA Y MINEROGÉNESIS
Minerology and Minerogenesis
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
♦ Mechanisms of Magnetic Evolution. Study of fractional crystalization. Physical factors...
chemicals which control this evolution.
♦ Processes and phases of magnetic differentiation types of associated mineralizations.
♦ Concept of mineral. Classification of minerals.
♦ Silicates: general characteristics. Structural types. Clasification of silicates.
♦ Orthosilicates: crystalchemistry. Olivine group, aluminum silicate group. Other
orthosilicates.
♦ Sorosilicates: general characteristics. Ciclosillicates-beryl and tourmaline groups.
♦ Inosilicates: general characteristics. Pyroxenes. Principal series.
♦ Inosilicates-anfibole: principal series.
♦ Filosilicates. Structural types. Classification. Most important groups.
♦ Tectosilicates. General characteristics. Silica group. Alkaline feldspars.
♦ Plagioclase and other tetrosilicates.
♦ Sulphurs: general characteristics. Classification. Principal series.
♦ Sulphosales: general characteristics. Principal groups.
♦ Simple oxides: general characteristics; groups of ruby and corundum.
♦ Composite oxides; general characteristics. Spinels.
Carbonates: general characteristics. Isomorphic series.
QUÍMICA FÍSICA
Physical Chemistry
(First Semester: Fall) (Second Year) (First Cycle)
Atomic-molecular structure basics. Spectroscopy. Principles of chemical kinetics.
EL VINO: QUÍMICA Y CULTURA
WINE: CHEMISTRY AND CULTURE
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Oferta específica: conocimientos de
Química)
• Practical Encology. Emile Peinaud. Ed. Mondi-Pernsa.
• Science and Techniques of vineyards.. Ribeau-Gayon y E. Peinaud.
• Treatise of Viticulure, L. Hidalgo, Ed. Mundi-Prensa.
• Technology of white, red and rose wines. Tullio de Rosa, Ed. Mundi-Prensa.
• Basic treatise of Ecology. C. S: Oirght. Ed. Acriba.
• The taste of wine, Ed. Peinard.
• El vino, de la copa a la copa. Mª I. Mijares y J.A. Saez. Ed. De
Ciencias de la dirección.
• Analysis of most and wine, M.A. Americe y C. S: Oirght.
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA EXPERIMENTACIÓN EN QUÍMICA FÍSICA
Introduction to the Experimentation of Physical Chemistry
Course: First Course
Semester: second
Number of Credits: 7LRU, 4.8 ECTS
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Attendance to class is mandatory.
Objective of the course:
That the students, through the development of the experimental work, acquire the necessary knowledge
to verify the fulfillment of the thermodynamic properties, electerochemical laws, kinetic equations, and
other physical chemistry properties. At the same time, the students will perform the processing of the
measured or calculated magnitude errors in the laboratory in order to know if they are reliable.
Acquisition of competence and skills: The students will learn the handling of simple necessary
instruments such as: spectrophotometer, scale, multimeter, calorimeter, etc.
Course contents:
Thermodynamics
Kinetics
Spectroscopy
Electrochemistry
Teaching Methods:
In-lab Activities: This subject is carried out by the completion of eight laboratories of four or eight
hours depending on the experiment. At the end of each lab, each student must elaborate an individual
post lab. The post lab will be turned in to the professor and it must have the following criteria:
Theoretical introduction, lab objective, experimental results, graphical representations and result
analysis, experimental errors, works cited, answer to the questions given by the professor at the start of
the lab. Assessments methods and percentage in the final marks: Students will be evaluated considering
the following:
Work done in laboratory
Post lab handed in to professor at the end of each lab
Final Exam of the subject:
Theoretical exam, which every student has to take, and Practical exam, which only the students who did
not pass section 1.
The grades from section 1 is kept for the notification in September.
In September, there will be a theorical exam that the students who failed in the one they took in June
will retake, and a practical exam that the students who did not pass the practical exam in June will take.
Activities Chronogram:
The lab practices will be held in three different periods of time. In each period, all of the students will
perform the same eight practices situated in three lab rooms of the module C-VII. In order to do this, the
students will, throughout the twelve days that this subject lasts, go through the three laboratories,
spending four days in each of them.
Topics to be covered during this subject:
-test of the Lambert-Beer law
-Espontaneous REDOX Processes. batteries -Measure of the Adiabatic Coeficient of the Air.
-Chemical Kinetics
-Determination of Enthalpy of Vaporization of Water
-Solutions: Effect of the addition of a solute in the fusion point of a solvent.
-Study of a System of three components
-Partial Molar Properties. Liquid Binary mixtures.
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EDUCATION
PLANES DE ESTUDIOS:
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ADQUISICIÓN DEL LENGUAJE
ACQUISITION OF LANGUAGE
(Second Semestre: Spring) (Elective Course)
Communication, language and thought in the early development of a child and the principal achievements in
linguistical development.
ANOMALÍAS INFANTILES DEBIDAS A LA HERENCIA
INHERITED INFANT ABNORMALITIES
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Oferta específica de Magisterio)
1. The Nucleus in action.
2. DNA. The key of life.
3. Genetic code.
4. Genetic reculation.
5. Asexual and sexual reproduction.
6. Menoel´s Law.
7. Complex “Menoelism”.
8. Sex genetics.
9. Abnormal chromosomal variations.
10. Congenial malformations.
11. Biochemical genetic abnormalities.
12. Abnormalities related to immunity. Blood Groups.
13. Abnormalities and cancer.
14. Inheritance in families.
Genetic advising.
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BASES PARA LA INTERCULTURALIDAD ENTRE ESPAÑA Y AMÉRICA
BASIS FOR CROSS-CULTURALISM BETWEEN SPAIN AND THE AMERICAS
(Second Semester: Spring) (General Elective Course) (Second Cycle)
Objectives:
Latin America, so remote in time but rooted in our own historical essence, requires of the
students a knowledge of this reality that is present among us. This knowledge should base
itself in the study of its culture and forms of life and of the relations historically that we have
maintained. The 15th century Hispanic monarchy indicated a stage of expansion that made
contact with the American world. The relationship between both worlds gave place to a rich
process of profound transformations from the institutional, juridical, political, cultural and
economic points of view that shaped both worlds. The reflection about this time period will
help clarify concepts and overcome stereotypes and better understand the complete reality of
the Latin American world.
Contents:
1.- The Spanish reigns in Europe of the 16th and 17th centuries. The economical
reconstruction of Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries The Western expansion. The Iberian
peninsula during the 15th and 16th centuries.
2.- Pre-Columbian America.
The Aborigine American population. The genesis of the American man, different
interpretations. The Mesoamerican region. The cultures of the central valley of Mexico. The
cultures of the Andean region.
3.- Discoveries, conquests and exploration.
The Columbian voyages. Scientific and nautical fundamental, Technical means,
economic and juridical. Basis and lines of insight in the continent. The conquest of Central
America, Mexico and Peru. Characteristics of the conquest. Juridical basis of the Spanish
colonization in America.
4.- Institutions of America in Spain. Government Institutions and mercantilism.
Religious and cultural aspects.
5.- The presence of America in Spain
The reality of today’s Latin Americans. The origins of migration flows. Hispanic
America in texts books. A didactic proposal of the treatment regarding America.
Methodology and Activities:
- Explanations in class for which assistance is advisable.
- Comments and analysis of a series of basic documents for comprehension of
the material.
- Lecture and critical comments about a dossier of required texts selected by the
professor.
- Visits to museums and recommended urban outings for students´ interest.
- Class activities about aspects relating to the class materials, maps, textbooks,
etc.
Evaluation:
A written test to evaluate the knowledge acquired during class and the lectures.
Will include a question about the books read and the visits and a comment about
the texts. The comments of the texts and other works that are done in class about
each unit. A required lecture to select among the recommended works in the
bibliography. A required visit to the museum of America. Oral comments or
reviews about the visit to the museums, expositions or conferences.
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CREACIÓN DE TÍTERES, MÁSCARAS Y MARIONETAS. RECURSOS
PLÁSTICOS CON LUZ Y SOMBRA
Creation of puppets, masks and marionettes
(First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
The class consists of using clay, papier-mâché, and other manipulatives in the creation of
puppets, masks, and marionettes. Models are select from famous works of Goya and
Velázquez among other things.
DANZAS
DANCES
(First semester: Fall) (Course of Free Configuration and Specific Offer)
This class includes the study of choreographic forms of dance, the roots of Modern dance
forms, group and individual improvisation, and interpretative moment. The history and
meaning of Spanish dance and the dance of other cultures is taught in addition to the
movements. Many ethnic dances and their roots are studied. Also, all students cerate two
dances to study individual choreography and group choreography using the elements that
have been studied throughout the semester: also, the process of teaching dance to children
is examined.
DIDÁCTICA APLICADA A LA ESTIMULACIÓN TEMPRANA DE NIÑOS DE 0-6
AÑOS CON Y SIN NECESIDADES ESPECIALES
Didactic Application for Early Stimulation of Children Ages 0-6 with and without
special Educational Needs
(Second Semester: Spring) ((Elective Course; Oferta Específica)
1.- Justification
The objective of this class is that the students learn to observe the possible changes or risks
in the development of children 0-6 years old and are able to intervene in all the relational,
pleasurable and functional aspects that are associated with their development.
2.- General Objectives.
a) To provide a general understanding of child development and the individuality in order
to try to understand the knowledge that children have and their special educational needs
and how one can intervene at the school level.
b) To study the principals of the psychological, sensory and motor changes.
c) To gain a knowledge of the theory and practice of how to evaluate and intervene during
the first years of life.
d) To serve as a preparation for designing intervention programs for the first years of life.
3.- Contents.
a) Early Attention
Definition and objectives. Scientific foundations: Evolutionary Psychology, evolutionary
neurology, psychology of learning. History of Early Attention in Spain. Reasons of
appearance. Present trends. Normative framework.
b) Assessment and Intervention during Early Childhood. Evolutionary characteristics of the
normal development of children 0-6 years old. The first year of life: Capabilities of the
newborn, reflexes, motivity, language, socialization, cognition. Symptoms of alarm.
Emotional attachment in the first years of life, interaction/ bond between mother and
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child. Developmental disorders: early intervention with children who have
psychological, motor, and /or sensory educational difficulties.
c) Strategic Application with children ages 0-6. Educational strategies for the child:
individualized curriculum (program), observation of conduct, standard evaluation,
inventory of development. Family involvement: reactions and processes of adaptation
within families who have children with developmental delays. Parental participation in
the stimulation of their child. Primary school: the educational integration of during the
early school age years.
4.- Methodology:
-Theoretical Aspects: Explanation of Contents. Inspection of documents and
readings. Discussion of cases and programs.
-Practical Aspects: Audiovisual material (direct observation of working with
children). Observation at an Early Attention Center. Study of cases.
5.- Evaluation: Written exam, investigation paper.
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EDUCACIÓN INFANTIL Y PRIMARIA EN EUROPA
PRE-SCHOOL AND PRIMARY EDUCATION IN EUROPE
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective course, No requisitos previos)
This course attempts to give students a general vision of the present educational systems in
the European Union. The students will study the origin and political evolution of the present
educational systems; analyse the principal problems of the systems; study and compare
several of the different systems in the European Union; reflect about the current Spanish
educational system.
FILOSOFÍA PARA NIÑOS
PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective course, No requisitos previos)
This course is an introduction to the work of Mathew Lipman –one of the best known
intellectuals in the field of thought / feeling development and its links to social, ethic and
aesthetic aspects. The course objectives include: encouraging the students to learn to think
for themselves; forming a daily community of investigation and familiarizing the students
with the function of education. These objectives are ideally achieved through class
discussions motivated by the in-class reading of Lipman´s books. The course requires
attendance, participation and an open-mind.
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA MÚSICA: NOSOTROS Y LA MÚSICA
INTRODUCTION TO THE MUSIC: US AND THE MUSIC
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course; Oferta específica en Filosofía y Letras)
1.- The music. Nature. Basic Principles.
2.- Musical Perception. Silence and music. Listen, Recognize, imitate, Understand.
3.- The musical experience. Music and its instruments.
4.- Musical language and rules. Style and ideas.
5.- The value of music through the history. Master works.
6.- Music and the individual. Freedom of incentive against the freedom of a response.
7.- Music and Society. Resources of communication and music.
8.- Musical work. Create, interpret, teach, share and listen.
9.- The music, a language for everyone? Popular music. Refined music. Our music.
10.- Musicals and Musicology. The Musical investigation against the music.
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LITERATURA INFANTIL
Children Literature
(First : Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
LITERATURA INFANTIL (LITERATURA INFANTIL Y JUVENIL)
Spanish Children Literature
(Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course: Libre configuración sin requisitos
previos)
Concepts and functions of child. Literature
1. Differences between children and adolescent literature.
2. Characteristics of books for kids.
3. Criteriors for selection.
4. Review history of children literature ( pioneers of XVII and XVIII centuries, classics
XIX).
5. Narratives: Novels, biographies, legends, fabals, stories.
6. Poetry: Traditional, for kids, games.
7. Theater, dramas: puppets shows.
8. Children’s Literature as didactic tool.
NARRATIVA ESPAÑOLA CONTEMPORÁNEA
Contemporary Spanish Novel
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optativa)
Comment: Brief introduction to the theory and practice of the Spanish novel in the 20th
Century. Emphasis on the driving forces in the Spanish narrative after the Civil War,
through examination of the three novelistic texts.
Content: Introduction: the novel as a genre.
The Spanish Civil War: 1936-1939. Novels on the war.
The 1940s: The Resurgence. Novelistics awards: The Nadal. The censure.
“Tremendismo”: gloomy Spanish post-war realism. The existentialism novelists. Camilo
José Cela, Carmen Laforet, Miguel Delibes.
Social realism: Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio. Juan Goytislo.
The technical renovation of the 1960s.
New tendencies. The structural novel. From Luis Martin Santos to Juan Benet.
Current Spanish Novel.
TALLER DE MODELADO: VOLÚMENES Y ESPACIOS
Modeling workshop: volume and space
(First Semester: Fall and Second Semester: Spring) (Elective Course: Libre
Configuración)
Modeling. Volumetric creations. Creative uses of recycled materials.
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FACULTAD DE FORMACIÓN DEL PROFESORADO Y EDUCACIÓN
DEP. DE MÚSICA
TALLER DE CREACIÓN MUSICAL
Musical Creation Workshop
Prof.: Jose Luis Carles Arribas
(Second Semester: Spring) (Optativa)
(Optative)
(Cursada en Primavera de 2008)
The workshop is based on the creation of an ambient y communicative education with sounds.
For this, one will try to advance in the management and utilization of concepts and techniques related to
the world of sound within a wide and interdisciplinary study.
. Developing the habit of listening intently and discerning between the sensory environments, learning
to appreciate the quality of sound and music in specific spaces.
. Transmitting the importance of sounds and silence.
. Developing the creative use of sounds.
Program
1. Sound as a multivariable phenomenon (physical, Psychological, Social, Cultural)
2. Acoustic Environment. The environment as a multisensory phenomenon. Sensory perceptions of
space. Specific cases (Park, Urban Neighborhood, Nature)
3. Esthetic analysis of sounds. Methods of analysis.
4. Analysis of diverse sound situations en musical language, in accordance with an interdisciplinary
study.
5. Techniques of analysis, creation and editing sound in “Soundscape Composition.” Electro
acoustic techniques, methods, equipment, programs, recording, editing.
6. Fundamentals of the field of audiovisual perception. Relations between sound and image.
7. Critical evaluation of musical productions and works.
8. Fundamentals of composition with sounds. Realizing works of sound in a musical language.
9. Production and evaluation of individual or collective sound projects of an artistic and technical
character. Studies within the field. Observations, surveys, recordings. Analysis of the materials.
Editing and mixing. Final production.
Evaluation.
-Assistance and participation in class.
- Final composition developed during the course
- Final exam for those who do not complete such a composition
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CLASSICS:
http://www.ffil.uam.es/clasicas/planes.htm
HISTORIA DE GRECIA II (ÉPOCA ARCAICA)
History of Greece II (Archaic Era)
(First semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Development of the Hellenic culture and civilization in the Archaic Era.
HISTORIA DE GRECIA III (ÉPOCA CLÁSICA)
History of Greece III (Classical Era)
(Second semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Development of Hellenic culture and civilization from its beginnings to the absorption of all
Hellenic kingdoms by the Roman Empire: political, social and economic history. Classical
Era.
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MUSIC:
CORO
Chorale
CONTRABAJO
PRIVATE MUSICAL INSTRUCTION IN DOUBLE BASSI
CENTRO DE ENSEÑANZA “SANTA CECILIA”
C/ Vivero, 4
These lessons will be for one hour every week. The repertoire will consist of works by
Eccles, Dragonetti and Kousscvitzky. There will also be a focus on techniques and methods
to improve the student’s overall ability to play. At the end of the semester, there is an
optional concert for students to perform prepared pieces.
FORMACIÓN MUSICAL DE GUITARRA
Musical Formation of Guitar
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third or Fourth Year) (Second Cycle) (You need a guitar)
There are about thirty or forty kids in the class and about 10-20 students usually
show-up for class. Everyone plays Spanish guitars (that they own). We do
exercises, play traditional Spanish songs, some melodic American songs, and
rhythm accompaniment.
FORMAS MUSICALES I
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MUSICAL FORMS I
(Second Semester:Spring) (Optative, First Cycle)
1.- Introduction. The music of the time of the catholic monarchs. Juan del Encina and the
“Cancionero de Palacio”. Others collections of songs.
2.- Vocal music. Polyphony, general considerations.
3.- Instrumental Music. Harp, piano and the vihuela (early guitar).
4.- Musical theory and Practice. The authors: a reflex ion of the aesthetic and the practice.
5.- The players of the vihuela. “Diferencias, Fantasías, Pavanas”. The polifonic treatment of
the instrument. Vocal song and the accompaniment.
6.- Diego Ortiz: “Tratado de Glosas sobre claúsulas y otros géneros de puntos en la música
de violines” (Roma 1553).
7.- Fray Juan Bermudo and the “Declaration of musical instruments” (Osuna 1555).
8.- Francisco Salinas and the “Seven Books in Music” (Salamanca, 1577).
9.- Antonio de Cabezón: “Pieces for harp, piano and vihuela” (Madrid, 1578).
10.- Polyphony. The Andalusian school: Cristóbal de Morales. Francisco Guerrero. The
Castillian school: Tomás Luis de Victoria.
11.- Other schools and authors: Mateo Flecha, Bartolomé de Escobedo, Juan Vázquez y
Melchor Robledo.
FORMAS MUSICALES II
Musical forms II
(First semester: Fall) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
1. Lectures. History and evolution.
2. Instruments and instrumentation, The conductor, the composer, and the interpretation.
3. Jazz: Work song, Negro spiritual and blues.
4. History of Jazz since the change of the century: New Orleans, Dixierland, Chicago,
Bebop, Coll Bop, Free Jazz. The 70´s, 80´s and 90´s.
5. New elements introduced by jazz in a musical context. The character of interpretation and
improvisation.
6. Sound and rhythm: technical instrumental and swing in jazz.
7. Music apart from the 60´s. Rock and Roll phenomena. The age of the Beatles.
8. Impressionism in Debussy. Music at the beginning of the century in France. M. Ravel. E.
Satic and el grupo de los seis.
9. European music in the first half of the 20th century. Germany: P. Hindenity. England.
W.Walton, Russia: D. Shostalcoitch. Stravinsky.
10.
Nationalism in the US. G.Gershwin. A.Coplano.
Historical analysis of the jazz and the important moments in the growth of the history of
music.
Two concerts. Analysis and critic of different musicians of your choice.
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LOS GÉNEROS MUSICALES I: JUAN SEBASTIAN BACH: SU OBRA COMO
CULMINACIÓN DE UN PROCESO
(The Musical Genres I: Juan Sebastian Bach his work as a culminating process)
(First Semester: Fall) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
The work of J.S. Bach consists of the solidity and geniality of his propositions of a ceiling of music which
cannot be surpassed, the one time that closes a period: the Barroque music provoking an empty posterior that
disembarks in the Classical music.
Program:
1.- Introduction. Preceding forms. The French and Italian model. The choral.
2.- The works for the organ . Variations. Preludes and Fugues. Imitations.
3.- The works for the Clef. Inventions and Symphonies. Suites. The Goldberg variations.
4.- Sonatas and scores for only violin. The suites for violin and cello.
5.- The works for the Laúd.
6.- Sonatas. Concerts. The suites for orchestra.
7.- The concerts of Brandemburgo.
8.- Cantatas. Oratories. Mass.
9.- The Passions.
10.- The Mass of Sim. The Musical offering the art of the fugue.
GÉNEROS MUSICALES II: LA MÚSICA EN EL ROMANTICISMO EUROPEO,
LOS
Musical Genres II: The music in the European Romanticism
(Second Semester: Spring) (Third and Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
GUITARRA
Guitar Class
(Fits Semester) (Second Semester)
“Academia Amadeus”
The Guitar Class consists of studying/reading music as well as playing the instrument. The
teacher is helping me improve my sight-reading as well as correct the technique. In the
beginning, we will only work with classic acoustic guitar and further along in the
instruction, she will teach me several techniques such as sevillana (south of Spain) playing,
flamenco, as well as slide and finger picking style. We listen to music during class and what
not to do. This is more of an educational experience with music than it is just guitar lessons.
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HISTORIA DE LA MÚSICA I
History of Music I
(First Semester: Fall) (Third Year) (Second Cycle)
Analysis of formal structures and their historical development.
HISTORIA DE LA MÚSICA II
History of the Music II
(First Semester: Fall) (Fourth Year) (Second Cycle)
Movements and composers from Baroque to 20th Century.
1. Classicism. Preclassicism of the Manheim School. Grand forms: Sonata, Symphony,
Quartet.
2. Vienesse School: Haydn, Mozart, German Operas.
3. L. V. Beethoven: Stylistic periods. His contemporaries. Social function of artist.
Transition to Romanticism.
4. Romanticism. Music as art: sentiments and myths. Vocal music: Schubert.
5. Instrumental music: the piano and its minor forms. Chopin, Schumman, Mendelssohn.
Chamber music. Music for the orchestra. Berlioz. Liszt.
6. The opera in the 19th Century. The Wagner drama or the search for the “total art”.
7. Postromanticism. Nationalist movements: Rusia, Nordic countries. Impressionism.
8. Expressionism. The second Viennese School.
9. Spain at the end of the 19th Century. Regeneration theory. Second Nationalism.
The 20th Century. Stravinsky, Bartok, and the renovation rhythm. The Generation of 1927.
Vanguard.
The 20th Century. Stravinsky, Bartok, and the renovation rhythm. The Generation of 1927.
Vanguard.
MÚSICA CONTEMPORÁNEA DEL SIGLO XX
Contemporary Music in the 20th Century
(Second Semester: Spring)
This class focuses on composers like Debussy, Strawinsky, de Falla, Shoenberg, Bartok, etc.
The grade is based on showing your attendance and participation, and a brief paper, we
listen to a lot of pieces and do several in-class exercises with rhythm.
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http://www.uam.es/servicios/idiomas/
ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS. NIVEL 2
Spanish for Foreigners, Level 2
Profa.: María Eugenia Martín
Course Contents:
Verbs Ser and Estar
1. Things in everyday life/Objects in an apartment
2. Review of irregular verbs in present indicative
3. The indefinite preterit and perfect preterit
4. Foods, their flavors, and eating schedules. Ordering in restaurants and bars.
5. The imperfect: forms and usage
6. The pluperfect: forms and usage
7. Primary uses of para/por. Movement verbs and their prepositions.
8. Pronouns: indirect and direct objects
9. Talking on the phone. Appointments.
10. Present Subjunctive
11. Expressing desires. Phrases with ojala and espero que. Giving help.
12. The future indicative and expressing time with the word cuando.
Subjunctive.
13. Imperative in negative and positive forms; giving instructions, orders, and
making recommendations.
14. Body parts. Health problems. Coloquial expressions.
15. Usage of present subjunctive to express likes and dislikes, preferences, and
feelings.
16.
ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS, NIVEL 2
Spanish for Foreigners, Level 2
In this course the student learns to interact in a greater number of situations near his
reality. He/she can describe in a simple way aspects of the past.
ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS. ESPAÑOL, NIVEL 3
Spanish for Foreigners, Spanish Level 3
The student can, when finishing this course, using the language in a wide variety
of contexts. He/she knows to describe experiences, events and desires, as well as
to justify opinions and to explain its plans.
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ESPAÑOL PARA EXTRANJEROS. ESPAÑOL, NIVEL 4
Spanish for Foreigners, Spanish 4
The student will learn to use the language with academic, social and professional
aims of fluid and spontaneous way. He / she can produce and understand complex
texts, oral or written, on multiple subjects.
EXPRESIÓN ORAL Y ESCRITA
Oral and written expression
(Second Semester: Spring) (First and Second Year) (First Cycle)
This course is dedicated to cultivating correct expression in Spanish.
Block 1 : Communication : audio messages and visual message. Paradigmatic and
syntagmatic values.
Block 2 : Syntaxis and Stylistic : rules and style.
Block 3 : Grammatical correction and incorrection : Solecism (for agreement, for
construction, and for rules).
Block 4 : Citation, with description and prescription, of solecism in distinctive
linguistic entries.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
http://www.uam.es/cultura/deportes/
Programa de actividades
Escuelas
cuatrimestrales
Actividad físico-deportiva
adaptada
Kenpo-Karate
Aeróbic
Musculación
Aikido
Musculación Correctiva
Bádminton
Natación
Bailes Marchosos
Natación Terapeútica
Baloncesto
Padel
Danza Contemporánea
Piragüismo
Defensa Personal
Preparación Física
Esgrima
Rugby
Flamenco
Taekwondo
Gimnasia de Mantenimiento
Tenis
Jazz
Tenis de Mesa
Judo
Tiro con arco
Jiu-Jitsu
Voleibol
Karate
Waterpolo
Yoga
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Escuelas bimestrales
Voley Playa
Buceo...
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Actividad físico-deportiva adapatada:
Dirigida a alumnos con alguna discapacidad física que impida su incorporación al resto de
escuelas
Impartida por profesionales especialistas
Incluida en el programa de créditos de libre configuración.
Actividad de promoción totalmente gratuita.
Horarios y días: lunes, miércoles y viernes de 13:00 a 14:00
Lugar: L y X en la sala B del Pabellón Norte, viernes en la piscina cubierta de la UAM
Normas de funcionamiento en las conserjerías del Sº de E.F. y Deporte y edificio de piscinas.
Actividades de Ocio y Recreación:
Acuáticas: Piragüismo, Vela, Aguas Bravas, Rafting, Buceo, Descenso de cañones.
Terrestres: Escalada, Espeleología, Montaña invernal, Esquí de fondo y travesía,
Orientación...
Aéreas: Ala Delta, Parapente, Paracaidismo.
Otras: Cursillos de supervivencia, Viajes, Excursiones, etc.
Otros Cursos y Actividades:
Funky/ Hip-hop, Método Pilates, Capoeira, Curso de monitor de Pádel...
Campañas de promoción, Conferencias, Talleres…
Actividades de verano. Campus Infantil.
Competición Deportiva:
Competiciones Internas:
Denominación Deporte
Competición Duración
Deporte
colectivo
Fútbol, F. Sala,
Baloncesto,
Rugby,
Voleibol...
Ligas
Deporte
individual
Ajedrez,
Natación, Artes
marciales,
Tenis, Tenis de
Mesa...
Torneos
Requisitos
Días Laborables
según
Carné de
calendarios
usuario,
inscripción y
fianza*
(*sólo en
Navidad y Primavera (ver
colectivos)
agenda deportiva)
NoviembreAbril
Competiciones Externas:
Competición
Universitaria
Categoría
Competición
Autonómicas
Circuitos, Ligas y
Octubre-Abril
Torneos de Madrid
Nacionales
Campeonatos de
España
Octubre-Abril
Calendario
CEDU
Carné de usuario,
Inscripción y formar
parte de la
selección de la
UAM
Internacionales
Campeonatos
Calendario
Los anteriores +
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Competición
Federada
Regional o
Nacional (según
deporte)
Mundiales,
Universiada
FISU
Selección del CSD
Campeonatos de
España, Circuitos,
Ligas y Copa
Según
calendarios
Federaciones
Ser miembro de
ADUAM y de la
selección de la
UAM
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AEROBIC
Aerobic
Cardiovascular Movements.
Muscle toning an stretching.
Dance movements to music.
BADMINTON
Badminton
BALONCESTO
Basketball
The class begins with some brief warm ups and stretching. We run laps for
about five minutes or so and then do a group stretch. For the next hour we run
instructional drills focused on improving our fundamentals. Drills include passing,
dribbling, defending, shooting, and layups. For the last 30 or 40 minutes of class,
we split into teams and play games of three vs three or four vs four.
ESGRIMA
Fencing
FÚTBOL
Soccer
KARATE
Karate
KEMPO KARATE
Kenpo-Karate:
3 classes weekly, for either 1 or occasionally 2 hours, so I train between 3 and 5 hours each week in
class. Each class warms up with aerobic and calisthenic exercises such as jogging, push ups, abdominals
and a long sequence of stretches. One hour each week focuses on "forms" which are similar to "katas" in
other schools of martial arts. These forms are predetermined movements which include a sequence of
steps, blocks and blows delivered in a specific sequence. Another hour a week is dedicated to learning
"techniques" which are specific defenses to certain attacks. The techniques are practiced with different
partners and in different situations until mastered. The third hour focuses on reviewing everything
learned that week as well as sparring with various opponents to develop a real sense of what will and will
not be effective in a Kenpo match or in a case of self defense on the street. The professor works with
each of student indvidually as well as directing the group, and giving a lot of feedback as to correct forms
and techniques.
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MANTENIMIENTO FÍSICO
Physical Fitness
MUSCULACIÓN
Weight-Lifting
Introduction to weight training activities through use of resistance exercises, free
weights, and mechanical apparatus. Emphasis on various exercises, techniques, safety
and physiological benefits of strength, muscle tone, and power.
PIRAGÜISMO
Kayaking
PILATES
Pilates. Club de oro
The Pilates method is a mental and physical program that combines principles of
eastern and western disciplines of controlled movement. It helps to align and
strengthen the body and can contribute to stress reduction, dialysis and different types
of conjunctive tissue lesions. It can also prevent joint rigidity.
This method is based on the following principles:
Center of energy: control and strength of abdomen.
Concentration: without concentration one cannot achieve control and precision
of
movement.
Breath: helps to achieve fluidity of movement.
Movement of the articulations.
Stability of the back.
Pelvic Stability.
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PREPARACIÓN FÍSICA
PHYSICAL PREPARATION
The goal of this class is to enhance everyone’s physical strength. We meet twice a
week for an hour. The class begins with stretching for five minute and then a ½ an
hour run. After we run for ½ an hour we go back to the gym and do a number of
activities: abdominal exercises, pushups etc.
REMO
Rowing
Prof. Óscar Paz
3 hours or more rowing each week with a Madrid rowing club in the Retiro Park
TAEKWONDO
Taekwondo
THAI BOXING
Thai Boxing
In Thai Boxing, like in Kick-Boxing, both arms and legs are used to strike. Using
kicks, punches, knees and elbows, the winner of the fight is the fighter who manages
to connect the most strikes, and who shows the greater mastery of techniques. Called
muay thai en Thailand, it is a popular pastime in the country. Thai Boxing is
sometimes known as the art, or science, of the eight limbs. The “limbs” are the arms,
the elbows, the legs and the knees. All eight are used to strike the opponent.
The blows are powerful, not because of the strength of the fighter, but because of their
technique. Most blows rely on transfer of weight for their effectiveness, either from
back
to
front
or
in
a
circular
movement.
Unlike international style boxing or kick boxing, when two fighters are in a clinch, the
referee will not break them apart. It is here that knees and elbows come into their own.
Two other principals also come into play - balance and leverage, as the fighters try to
manoeuvre and control their adversary’s position.
TENIS
Tennis
TIRO CON ARCO
Archery
Shooting at a target with arrows.
VOLEIBOL
Volleyball
YOGA
YOGA RISHIKESH
These classes are personalized and tailored to the abilities of each individual.
Respiration techniques, relaxation, stretching, and instruction of the classic yoga
positions are the most important aspects of this course. The classes aim at maintaining
respiration and strengthening the muscles.
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CLASSES OFFERED OUTSIDE THE UAM
Other Institutions
The following is a list of courses in special subjects not offered at the Autonomous
University of Madrid. These courses have been taken by students in the past and are
offered at private academies of quality and solid professional standards.
ITALIAN
Instituto Italiano di Cultura
C/ Mayor, 86
Tel: 91 547 86 02
[email protected]
ITALIANO III
ITALIAN III
(Second Semester: Spring)
The plan of study is structured in five levels divided into course of 40 hours
each. Each level has a total of 120 hours of lectures. The second level of
intermediate is divided into three courses: A, B and C. At the end of the
level 2 A, the students will be able to maintain colloquial conversations, and
also talk about their activities and traditions in past, present and future tense.
The student will also review all the different verb conjugations. The
schedule for this class is Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 2:00
pm. A final written and oral exam, together with a class participation
evaluation from the professor, will determine the final grade.
ITALIANO IV
ITALIAN IV
(Second Semester: Spring)The plan of study is structured in five levels
divided into courses of 40 hours each. Each level has a total of 120 hours of
lectures. The second level of intermediate is divided into three courses: A, B
and C. At the end of level 2B, the student will be able to express himself
/herself correctly in formal and informal situations such as, ask for
information, exchange thoughts, and give advice to others. In addition, the
student will be able to write formal letters. The schedule for this class is
Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. A final written and
oral exam, together with a class participation evaluation from the professor,
will determine the final grade.
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DANCE
BAILE CONTEMPORÁNEO AVANZADO-TÉCNICA LIMÓN
Advanced modern dance-Limón technique
ESTUDIO DE DANZA CARMEN SENRA
C/ Apolonio Morales, 11
Advanced level study of style and theory with intense work on technique
in the style of Limón.
BAILE CONTEMPORÁNEO AVANZADO-TÉCNICA GRAHAM
Advanced modern dance-Graham technique
ESTUDIO DE DANZA CARMEN SENRA
C/ Apolonio Morales, 11
Advanced level study of style and theory with intense work on technique
in the style of Graham.
BAILE ESPAÑOL
Spanish Dance
ESTUDIO RELATORES
C/ Relatores, 20, 2º Derecha
Ballet Principiante
Basic Ballet
Introduction to basic ballet vocabulary through the practice of traditional
barre and center work. Creative applications of ballet techniques in
introductory compositional problems.
BALLET CLÁSICO AVANZADO
Advanced Classical Ballet
ESCUELA CARMINA OCAÑA
C/ Doctor Cortezo, 17, 1º
BALLET INTERMEDIO-AVANZADO
BALLET INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED
Scaena
First we begin this class with a barre where we warm-up our feet and
stretch. We do the same types of exercises each class but the individual
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combinations are different each time. The professor, Clara Obejo, only
shows us each combination one time and then we are expected to do it on
our own, first to the right and then to the left side. The barre usually takes
about us minutes.
After barre, we move to the center. We start the center with on adagio,
then we usually do a turning routine. Each combination in the center is
performed in small groups. We have to learn each routine very quickly and
perform it to both the right and left sides.
During the next part of the class we practice either turns or jumps going
across the floe in groups of two. Usually during these combination we are
practicing and improving our technical stills. We repeat each combination
numerous times. During this section of the class we are constantly being
corrected by the professor, as we are throughout the class. This feedback is
key so that we can improve our technique and artistry.
Before the class ends we move back to the center where we must learn a
quick jumping combination. This is one of the most challenging parts of
the class because we must think fast and exercise our technical skills at the
same time. If we have time we end the class whit one of the most
challenging steps in ballet . These are turns performed one after another on
only one foot. The goal is to do 32 turns on one foot without stopping. We
practice these turns to the right side, and then to the left side.The class is
scheduled for 1,5 hrs. but usually runs a little bit late. During the class we
have the opportunity to stretch, warm-up, and work on both our jumping
and turning skills. It is a very complete class and I am sure I am going to
learn a lot and get a lot out of it. On Mondays and Thursdays we also have
the option of wearing pointe shoes.
BAILES DE SALÓN.
Ballroom Dancing
Escuela Popular de Música y Danza
Activity that promotes dancing with partners bettering social relations.
Ballroom dancing maintains traditions of popular culture through dancing
by learning the specific style of different dances and their origin. In this
class we will be dancing /learning the foxtrot, rock& roll, ritmos
latinos(bolero, cha-cha-cha, salsa, mambo, meringue and cumbia)
Argentinean tango, quickstep, samba, two step and swing.
BAILES MARCHOSOS
Salon Dance
ESTUDIO DE DANZA CHARO
C/ Fray Luis de León, 13
FLAMENCO
Flamenco Dance
ESTUDIO RELATORES
C/ Relatores, 20, 2º Derecha
HIP HOP
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HIP HOP DANCE
DUQUE
C/ Cea Bermudez, 45
Tel: 91 543 7028
Hip Hop meets twice weekly for 1 ½ hours each session. The first 45
minutes of each class is spent doing exercises to increase abdominal, leg
and arm strength; stretches to increase flexibility and technique (turns,
jumps, ballet positions, etc). The second half of the class, students work on
and add to a dance routine which incorporates the techniques learned in
class.
SEVILLANAS
Sevillanas Dance
ESTUDIO DANZA PEPA GUERRA
C/ Valenzuela, 8
JAZZ
Jazz
ESTUDIO DANZA PEPA GUERRA
C/ Valenzuela, 8
This class consists of exercise to increase strength and flexibility, the
practice of Jazz technique and the development of a final piece to be
performed at the end of the semester.
SALSA
Salsa
The salsa class that we are participating in while studying in Madrid is a
class that incorporates many levels of salsa knowledge. Each class begins
and ends with a line-dance type warm-up/cool-down that is very popular in
the salsa clubs in Spain. Then we begin to dance individually, learning the
steps, practicing the rhythms, and perfecting the techniques of typical latin
dances, such as Salsa, Merengue, la Bachata, and the Cha-cha-cha. At this
point we split up into pairs, with the intermediate-level students in one
group and the beginning-level students in another group, in order to learn
and practice different steps and turns done in pairs. After a few weeks of
attending these classes in which we learn the steps, we will switch into the
advanced classes (same amount of hours, just different days of the week)
where we will practice the turns in a “wheel,” which incorporates dancing
with all the students in the class instead of just one partner and is much
more complicated. Attendance is taken at each class and missed classes
must be made up.
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ART
DECORACIÓN CERÁMICA
Ceramic decoration
Escuela de Cerámica Francisco de Alcántara
Prof.: Alfredo Aguilera
This Studio class will focus on the development of manual and serial skills
from a practical and theoretical point of view. The study and practice will be
directed at becoming familiar with different decorative techniques such as
learning the primary materials, tools, and the machinery available in the studio.
Starting with the ornament as the basic concept pf the class, students will find a
personal, artistic and creative means of expression. Looking for technical and
aesthetic solutions at various levels of difficulty, students will plan and create
finished works.
The techniques will include drawing and painting using 3-dimensional
objects and tiles. Also students will learn how to silk-screen directly onto flat
objects and indirectly using decals. They will also make patterns and use
stencils. In the last weeks of the course they will do an exercise using high
temperature enamels.
PINTURA BÁSICA . El Estudio
Painting I
Prof.:Maurizio Lanzillotta
This class includes the analysis of Anatomical form through drawings of
copies in plaster of classic sculptures and following pictorial interpretation of
them. Plaster molds, live models, still life, and locations will serve as
references for observation and interpretation. While emphasizing the use of
chiaroscuro and free and personal chromatic scale students will explore the use
of oil paint and the elements of composition. All chromatic values will be
obtained through the exclusive use of primary colors, thus, requiring a practical
study of color theory.
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ESTUDIO DE ARTE 13
C/ Núñez de Arce, 13, 1º Izq.
Development of the knowledge of form. Use of materials, tools, volume, tone,
contrast, etc. Acquisition of the pictorial elements needed for the execution of a
drawing.
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DIBUJO AVANZADO
ADVANCED DRAWING
A DE ARTE
C/ Fuencarral, 101
Tel: 91 594 09 94
An extensive investigation of drawing as a visual communicative act with
emphasis on the development of individual vision and skill. At “La Academia
de Arte” we have the opportunity to work independently on projects of our
own choice with Mariano as a teacher. We have the opportunity to work during
out of class hours during the weeknights and weekends when needed.
INTRODUCCIÓN A LA CERÁMICA
INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS
ESCUELA DE ARTE FRANCISCO ALCÁNTARA
C/ Francisco y Jacinto Alcántara, 2
Tel: 91 542 32 41
This course is an introduction to the practice of ceramic arts. The professor will
instruct techniques with clay (coil, slab, preparation, storage) as well as use of
the potters wheel. I will work independently with guidance and projects given
by the instructor: there are days during the week when I can attend class for
additional work time beyond 6 hours / week.
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GRABADO
Engraving
ESTUDIO DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS SOTOMESA
C/ San Pedro, 1
Study of the different techniques involved in engraving. Etched-plate
engraving, cut engraving, sketches, pen drawings, transplating form to lines,
preparations, varnishes, types and uses of acids, correcting and retouching,
study of nuances, natural stamping, zinc paltes, depth of lines, errors.
MODELADO
Sculpture
ESTUDIO DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS SOTOMESA
C/ San Pedro, 1
MODELADO
MODELLING
ESTUDIO DE ARTE 13
C/ Núñez de Arce, 13, 1º Izq.
PINTURA
Painting
ESTUDIO DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS SOTOMESA
C/ San Pedro, 1
Analysis of visual reality: form -drawing from live models (proportion,
contrast of light and shadow), traditional techniques (charcoal, stump, etc.):
color –how to represent the reality observed with color. Oil paints.
Free expression: plastic interpretation of the observed models disconnected
from the model (accent on synthesis, use of flat color, disfuration of the form,
etc). Techniques studied include oilds, acrylics, watercolors, sands, adhesive
materials, etcx, in search of expressive qualities.
TALLER DE CERÁMICA
Ceramics Workshop
ESTUDIO DE CERÁMICA TAJARAL
C/ General Álvarez de Castro, 32, semisotano derecha
ESTUDIO DE CERÁMICA MONCLOA
C/ Gaztambide, 43, Bajo Exterior Derecha
The beginner´s course includes an introduction to clay and its characteristics,
firing techniques, basic techniques for making ceramics, different manual
methods, decoration, glaze formulation, throwing techniques.
The advanced course works on the following different types of clay and their
composition, different types of kilns, influence of the atmosphere and
temperatures in firing, different methods of making pieces, different types and
composition of glazes, glazes with high and low temperatures, metallic glow,
decoration of pieces, glazed tiles, use of the potter´s wheek for complex forms.
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PRÁCTICAS
INTERNSHIPS
- Internship in Social Service
- Internship at the Fulbright Commission
- Internship in Human Rights in Organization
- Internship at a Spanish Government Agency (IMADE)
- Internship at the Red Cross
- Internship at a Spanish Hospital
- Internship in the Elementary School Juan de la Cierva
- Internship at the Environmental Agency
- Internship at the Museum of Contemporary Art Reina Sofía.
- Internship at a Spanish Periodical
- Internship as a Research Assistant
- Internship in Business
- Internship at a Feminist Organization
- Internship in Music Business
- Internship at YMCA
- Internship in an International Art
- Internship in Public Relations
-Internship in an Audiovisual Media Production
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• PRÁCTICA EN NEGOCIOS ESPAÑOLES
(Internship in Spanish Business)
Internship with Royal Metropolitan España, S.A.
This is a Real Estate Company. This Internship is mainly related to
business. Special projects that are needed in the office are given to
interns. Anything to do with the real state business in itself, or with
office work. Good way to develop speaking and public Relations
Skills. Also to grow acustomed to leading your own projects. Work
individually and in groups. Can also learn about the employment
environment and office relations.
• PRÁCTICA EN UNA ORGANIZACIÓN FEMINISTA
(Internship at a Feminist Organization)
“Vindicación Feminista” is a Publishing Co. Editorial, and Feminist
organization. It publishes books, magazines, and pamphlets on all
feminist movements.
Lidia Falcón, founder and president of the
Feminist Party of Spain, has her private office
at the center, therefore we also work with
political issues.
The internship duties include research for
books and magazines presently being written,
and translations into English of letters and
pamphlets
distributed
throughout
the
European Union.
This internship is highly recommended to anyone interested in the
Women’s Movement and/or politics. The research is interesting and
Lidia is an incredible feminist, politician, and woman.
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• PRÁCTICA EN EL GOBIERNO ESPAÑOL
(Internship at a Spanish Government Agency)
- Work in the international department of IMADE (Instituto Madrileño
de Desarrollo Económico) :
- Read and summarize the economic situations of
countries around the world.
- Write faxes, memorandums and letters to
businesses.
- Update and create company profiles.
- Make telephone calls to companies concerning
business deals.
- Observe business meetings and lectures.
- Assist in the organization of conferences and business meetings.
- Investigative research to update economic statistics and to
encounter information to help Spanish companies.
- Analyze data and respond to the faxes and questions of
companies.
- Translate from English to Spanish and vice-versa.
•
PRÁCTICA EN HOT ENGLISH MAGAZINE
(Internship with Hot English magazine)
Hot English is a magazine written in English for non-native speakers.
It covers a wide variety of topics from movies and music to travel
and grammar. In this internship I will be writing articles about
American culture and arts to be published in the magazine as well as
a proof reading articles before they are sent to the printers and
working on issues dealing with the marketing of the product.
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• PRÁCTICA TEATRAL EL ALCALÁ DE HENARES
• (Theatre Internship)
-
Selling tickets for performances (box office)
Set up for shows.
- General theatre maintenance- i.e.
painting the stage.
- Helping / interacting with audience /
public.
- Translating for a British Theatre
Company (Uninvited Guests) throughout the run of the
show (basically intermediating between designers and the
English –speaking company).
-
Assisting with general preparation for performance by
visiting companies.
• PRÁCTICA EN UNA ORGANIZACIÓN DE MOVIMIENTO SOCIAL :
COMISIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE AYUDA AL REFUGIADO
(Internship in a Social Movement Organization)
The Spanish Commission for the Aid of Refugees (CEAR) is a
Non Governmental Organization created in order to promote the
solidarity of Spanish Society in favor of refugees in collaboration with
the United Nations High Commissioner from Refugees (UNHCR),
CEAR develops diverse programs for the legal and social protection
of refugees in Spain, as well as creates projects for refugees in the
third world. CEAR has free legal services that aid asylum seekers
each year, and it also a social service that promotes the integration
of refugees by providing educational and work assistance.
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The student will participate in the area of social service, by
creating a resource guide for immigrants that will not only
aid CEAR, but the Spanish government itself. The
student’s objective is to create a detailed guide of all the
services that may benefit immigrants.
In addition, the student will interview separate individuals and
families that are currently receiving aid from CEAR (financial aid) and
write updates of their progress, detailing whether or not, the aid is
being used correctly. A summary of the person’s situation is then
handed in to the CEAR office for review.
• PRÁCTICA EN UN MUSEO (MUSEO DEL PRADO)
(Internship at the “Museo del Prado”)
The intership consisted of doing four to five hour shifts at the Prado
Foundation information/customer service type desk in the museum and going
to the office one of those days to do translation of the Memoir of Activities
for the previous year to be posted on the Foundation´s
webpage. In the museum you along with another intern
attended to visitors, answering questions and selling
Foundation publications. I asked to have a lot of contact
with the public and for that reason you will be mostly at
the desk as opposed to in the office. Later on you can be
invited to attend the private visits to the temporary
exposition., sometimes working at the desk that they
would set up at the exhibit or just attend. You also can
attend a museum course and write a critical report of it.
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• PRÁCTICA EN LA COMISIÓN FULBRIGHT
(Internship at the Fulbright Commission)
This internship involves directly aiding those Spanish students
interested in applying for a Fulbright. As on American intern, the
student is responsible for informing prospective applicants as to
what scholarships are offered, how the application process
functions and what exams need to be passed in order to study in
the US.
In general the intern is responsible in maintaining all pertinent
information that prospective applicants require. This entails, first,
maintaining an information library. The intern must keep all
materials and bulletins up-to-date. Second, students must be able
to reorganize information as the need arise: generate computer
lists, enter information on Web sites, etc.
• PRÁCTICA EN UN COLEGIO
• (Internship in Elementary Education)
-
-
Observing a classroom of 9-10 students with varing language
problems.
Assisting a professor while he / she attempts to teach a class with
students that have language problems.
Preparing activities that will help the students develop language
skills through projects and games.
Preparing reading “paquetes” in which the students read and
answer questions to help organize their thoughts in terms of
language.
Grading, or rather, looking at the students answers to tests in
order to move them to the next comprehension level.
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• PRÁCTICA DE LA ENSEÑANZA DE ARTE
•
(Internship in Art Education)
Assisting with Art classes at a local elementary and High School.
Attending at least three classes a day working with girls ages 5-13,
depending on the class-completing any projects or tasks for the
teacher and assisting the students with their in class projects.
• PRÁCTICA CON LA CRUZ ROJA
(Internship with Red Cross)
They have different programs.
-
Hospital Animation program: The goal of the Hospital Animation
program is to make children’s stay in a hospital easier for them.
Four times a week you have to go to a hospital in Madrid to do a
variety of activities with them. The activities range from doing a
manual workshop activity with a large group of children to a oneon-one walk through the halls of the hospital, to let the kids have
a chance to talk about whatever they may want to talk about, as
well as a chance to strech their legs. You have a chance to be in
various parts of the hospital, from common areas, to rooms, to
the general psychiatry section. Also, a variety of courses are
offered by the Red Cross, including courses about diseases that
are commonly encountered in long-stay children, effective group
work and leadership, and creativity. The main idea is to cheer up
kids and get used to being in a hospital evironment.
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Aftterschool program: An afterschool program center from 4 pm
to 8 pm to snack, play, do homework and other educational
activities. You will be working with this program two days a week.
You will be responsible for collecting a group of students from
their regular school and bringing them to the Program Center. At
the end of each day you will evaluate the day’s activity and the
children’s behavior. You will also be involved in the regular staff
meetings which occur at the end of every day. You will take two
three hours courses at the Red Cross about the history of the Red
Cross and descriptions of the various types of programs it offers.
You will also take a 24 hours course entitled “Children in
Difficulty”. All of these courses are obligatory for all interns.
• PRÁCTICA CON EL INSTITUTO DE SALUD CARLOS III
(Internship at Instituto de Salud Carlos III)
In this internship you will act as a research assistant for the team (three
specialists in Psycology, Epidemology and Sociology). You will read articles
and summarize them for categorizing purposes, collect articles from the
University Autónoma of Madrid. Social sciences, Archives Library, research
various themes and connected issues (through internet, databases, journals)
as well as conduct searches for themes of interest and possible relevancy to
me.
You also help in the sociological component of the project, in the
editing and creation of a questionaire to send out to families of
autistic persons. Another component of the intership may include an
independent research part in which you will research, discuss and
organize information dealing with the bio-etnical aspects of the
investigation. This would include research of case studies, consent
laws of those autistic/ aspergeres syndrome patients who are under
18, over 18, competent or incapable of making consent decisions
concerning participation in studies such as this. This part of the
internship is an independent study and would be useful to the
investigation for the future.
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PRÁCTICA CON LA YMCA
(Internship with the YMCA España)
You will be assisting in the international Department. This Department deals
primarily with the placement of Spanish youths in camps across the United
States as both campers and councelors. Your primary responsabilities are
creating and maintaining a database of interested campers and monitors,
archiving and answering telephone calls and providing information to
prospective participants and assisting in administering the required English
interviews with candidates for all interested counselors.
•
PRÁCTICA CON KAPLAN
(Internship with KAPLAN)
Kaplan is an American Company that prepares students for standarized
tests such as the TOEFL, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT and USMLE. Our offices are
located in the center of Madrid.
They need students with initiative, strong writing and communication
skills, and experience with Microsoft Office.
They offer students the opportunity to practice their Spanish in business
setting, experience in helping develop their marketing plan and free Spanish
and/or Kaplan test prep classes.
OTROS
TALLER DE PRODUCCIÓN CINEMATOGRÁFICA
Cinematographic Production Workshop Syllabus
- What audiovisual cinematographic production is. Fundamental roles.
- Qualities of a good producer. Necessary knowledge.
- Film crew. Roles and departments.
- Production crew.
- The process of film production.
- Preproduction: Breakdown, location scouting, casting, permission and licenses
- MovieMagic as a tool.
- Budgets and Financing. Grants.
- Production Manager and the Shooting Plan.
- ¡Shooting! Production in film shoots.
- Rights of authors, images, and invoicing.
- Finishing the movie. Distribution and screenings.
Course Development:
This production course is integrated into the Cinema Production Workshop of La
Barricuda, in which 7 short films will be shot between 25 of April and 7 of May.
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The coursework in these classes will be practical right from the beginning, using
original scripts and the preproduction and shooting as the guiding threads of the
Workshop.
- 17 of March to 27 of June.
- Tuesdays and some Fridays, from 17 to 21 and a minimum of 2 weekends for shooting
- each student will practice, at the least, being Production Manager in one short and
Assistant Producer in the other
YOGUILATES
Yoguilates
Yogilates is an exercise system that is a blend of yoga and Pilates. It is designed to
integrate the Pilates methodology into the practice of hatha yoga in order to bring
greater awareness and develop the body in a balanced way. The class consists of a series
of floor exercise incorporating both matwork exercises from Pilates and yoga poses to
warm up the body and prepare the student for more challenging standing work later in
class. Class ends with deep relaxation and meditation.
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FACULTADES
FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS ................... 313
FACULTAD DE DERECHO ................... 194
FACULTAD DE ECONÓMICAS Y
EMPRESARIALES .............................. 238
FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÍA Y LETRAS 16
FACULTAD DE PROFESORADO Y
EDUCACIÓN ...................................... 324
FACULTAD DE PSICOLOGÍA .............. 269
Departamentos:
ANTROPOLOGÍA ..................................... 16
ESTUDIOS EN ASIA ORIENTAL ........... 38
FILOLOGÍA ÁRABE ................................ 25
FILOLOGÍA FRANCESA ......................... 61
FILOLOGÍA HISPÁNICA ........................ 66
FILOLOGÍA INGLESA ............................. 50
FILOSOFÍA.............................................. 171
GEOGRAFÍA ............................................. 80
HISTORIA ................................................. 93
HISTORIA DEL ARTE ........................... 142
HISTORIA Y CIENCIAS DE LA MÚSICA
.............................................................. 138
PRÁCTICAS/INTERNSHIPS.................. 352
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Baile contemporáneo avanzado. Técnica
Limón .................................................... 345
Baile español ............................................. 345
Bailes de Salón .......................................... 346
Bailes marchosos ...................................... 346
Ballet Clásico Avanzado ........................... 345
Ballet Principante ...................................... 345
Baloncesto ................................................. 341
Bases para la Interculturalidad entre España y
América................................................. 325
Bilingüismo y Adquisición de Lenguasl ... 275
Biogeografía general I................................. 82
Biogeografía II ............................................ 82
Botánica .................................................... 313
Campo y ciudad en la Europa Moderna .... 105
Ciencias sociales y conocimiento histórico
.............................................................. 105
Cine de Asia Oriental .................................. 40
Civilización Contemporánea
desarrollo económico y social en China.. 40
Civilización Francesa .................................. 63
China de Mao .............................................. 42
Chino IV ..................................................... 42
ChinoIV ...................................................... 42
Clásicos de la Literatura China ................... 43
Climatología Dinámica ............................... 82
Comercio Internacional ............................. 238
Comportamiento del consumidor .............. 239
Comportamiento político y sistemas
electorales ............................................. 212
Comunicación social ......................... 275, 312
Conflicto religioso y pluralidad confesional
en la Edad Moderna .............................. 105
Conservación de Bienes Culturales ........... 152
Conservación y Restauración I.................. 105
Conservación y Restauración II ................ 105
Contabilidad financiera y analítica I ......... 240
Contabilidad financiera y analítica II ........ 240
Contaminación del Planeta Tierra ............. 321
Contrabajo ................................................. 332
Coro .......................................................... 332
Civilización Contemporánea
desarrollo económico y social en China.. 40
Creación de títeres, máscaras y marionetas.
Recursos plásticos con luz y sombra..... 326
Cuestiones de Arqueología de la Península
Ibérica ................................................... 105
Cuestiones de prehistoria de la Península
Ibérica ................................................... 106
Cultura Católica y Cultura protestante. 107
Cultura de la Ilustración ........................ 107
Cultura y Comunicación ............................. 23
Culturas Ibéricas no peninsulares del Hierro
II ............................................................ 109
Danzas ....................................................... 326
Decadencia, Absolutismo y Reforma en
España en el siglo XVIII ....................... 109
Decisiones financieras............................... 240
Decoración Cerámica ................................ 348
Derecho Constitucional I .......................... 194
ÍNDICE:
Adquisición del conocimiento ...................... 270
Adquisición del Lenguaje ......................... 324
Adquisición del lenguaje y aprendizaje de la
lectura y escritura ................................. 270
Aerobic ..................................................... 341
Alteraciones del lenguaje y de la memoria271
Alteraciones psicológicas del desarrollo .. 272
América Precolombina ............................... 98
Análisis antropológico-histórico de
problemas sociales contemporáneos ....... 17
Análisis de Datos en Psicología I ............. 273
Análisis de Datos en Psicología II ............ 273
Análisis de las Políticas Públicas.............. 212
Anomalías infantiles debidas a la herencia324
Antropología............................................. 270
Antropología cultural de la Europa modenna
................................................................ 99
Antropología Cultural de la Europa Moderna
................................................................ 18
Antropología de la Salud y la
Enfermedad(Alimentación y Salud) ....... 17
Antropología del Desarrollo ..................... 173
Antropología del Género ............................ 19
Antropología del mundo árabe e islámico .. 28
Antropología económica ............................ 19
Antropología Filosófica I ......................... 174
Antropología Política.................................. 22
Antropología Urbana .................................. 22
Aprendizaje e instrucción ......................... 273
Aprendizaje y condicionamiento .............. 270
Arqueología de Al-Andalus ........................ 99
Arqueología de Grecia.............................. 102
Arqueología de las colonizaciones ........... 102
Arqueología de Roma ............................... 102
Arqueología I
Medio Oriente y Egipto ........................ 103
Arqueología II (Grecia y Roma) ............... 103
Arqueología medieval de la Península Ibérica
.............................................................. 103
Arqueología y Arte de Al-Andalus ............. 28
Arqueología y Arte Islámico ...................... 28
Arte Bizantino e Islámico ......................... 147
Arte de la Alta Edad Media ...................... 144
Arte de las Vanguardias de la Segunda Mitad
del Siglo XX ......................................... 147
Arte de las Vanguardias Históricas I ........ 149
Arte del Siglo XVI ................................... 149
Arte en la Segunda Mitad del Siglo XX ... 145
Arte Gótico Tardío ................................... 151
Arte Griego ............................................... 151
Arte Iberoamericano ................................. 152
Arte Precolombino.................................... 152
Asesoramiento Psicopedagógico .............. 274
Badminton ................................................ 341
Baile contemporáneo avanzado. Técnica
Graham ................................................. 345
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Ética I
Aspectos Históricos .............................. 180
Ética II
Aspectos Sistemáticos ........................... 180
Etología ..................................................... 277
Europa
del Renacimiento, La ............................ 189
Europa Continental en el II y el I Milenios
.............................................................. 111
Evaluación e Intervención en contextos
educativos y aprenduzaje ...................... 278
Evaluación e Intervención Psicológica
Modelos y Procesos .............................. 279
Evaluación Psicológica ............................. 279
Evaluación y Tratamiento en problemas
clínicos .................................................. 278
Expresión oral y escrita ............................. 337
Filosofía de la Ciencia Cognitiva .............. 180
Filosofía de la Educación en España......... 180
Filosofía del Arte ...................................... 181
Filosofía para niños ................................... 328
Financiación Internacional ........................ 248
Física para Humanistas ............................. 314
Fisiología animal ....................................... 315
Flamenco ................................................... 346
Formación musical de guitarra .................. 332
Formas musicales I ................................... 333
Formas musicales II .................................. 333
Francés Lengua Francesa I .......................... 63
Francés Lengua Francesa II ........................ 63
Francés Lengua Francesa III ....................... 63
Francés Lengua Francesa IV ....................... 63
Fuentes de la Historia del Arte I ............... 153
Fuentes de la Historia del Arte II .............. 153
Fundamentos de Neurociencia II
Psicología Fisiológica ........................... 281
Fundamentos del Pensamiento de Asia
Oriental ................................................. 111
Fundamentos en Climatología .................... 85
Fútbol ........................................................ 341
Géneros Literarios durante el Siglo XIX..... 68
Géneros Literarios en Hispanoamérica (Curso
monográfico) ........................................... 69
Géneros musicales I
Juan Sebastián Bach
su obra como culminación de un proceso
...................................................... 334
Géneros musicales II
La música en el Romanticismo Europeo
.......................................................... 334
Genética, Evolución y Conducta ............... 281
Genética, Individuo y Sociedad ................ 315
Geografía de España I ................................. 88
Geografía de Europa I
Organización territorial y recursos físicos y
humanos .............................................. 88
Geografía de Iberoamérica .......................... 88
Geografía de la población ........................... 88
Geografía de los servicios ........................... 89
Geografía de Madrid ................................... 88
Derecho Constitucional II......................... 194
Derecho Internacional Privado ................. 194
Derecho Internacional Público II .............. 194
Derecho mercantil .................................... 240
Desarrollo de la Unión Europea ....... 109, 212
Desarrollo del Comportamiento Musical.. 139
Desarrollo económico y social de la China
contemporánea........................................ 44
Dibujo Avanzado ...................................... 350
Dibujo básico ............................................ 348
Dictaduras y Democracias en el Siglo XX 110
Didáctica aplicada a la estimulación temprana
de niños de 0-6 años con y sin necesidades
especiales .............................................. 326
Dirección comercial II .............................. 241
Dirección de Producción .......................... 241
Dirección de Recursos Humanos .............. 276
Dirección Estratégica I ............................. 241
Dirección financiera II.............................. 243
Diseño de Investigaciones ........................ 276
Diseño y Evaluación de programas .......... 276
Ecología humana ........................................ 23
Ecología Humana ..................................... 314
Econometría I ........................................... 243
Econometría II .......................................... 243
Economía de la empresa (comercialización)
.............................................................. 243
Economía de la empresa (Financiación) ... 244
Economía de la empresa (Introducción y
organización) ........................................ 245
Economía de la Unión Europea ................ 263
Economía de la Unión Europea (U.E.) ..... 245
Economía de las empresas financieras ..... 245
Economía del desarrollo ........................... 246
Economía española ................................... 247
Economía Internacional ............................ 247
Economía y Empresa en Asia Oriental)...... 45
Educación infantil y primaria en Europa .. 328
Egiptología
Introducción y Fundamentos ................ 111
Élites y movimientos sociales en América
latina (siglos XVIII-XIX) ..................... 267
Epistemología ........................................... 177
Epistemología y Psicología ...................... 277
Escritores Hispanoamericanos (Curso
monográfico) .................................... 68, 74
Esgrima..................................................... 341
España del Siglo de Oro
el tiempo del Quijote ............................ 189
España Liberal (1.868-1.939) ................... 111
Español para extranjeros Español, Nivel 4
.............................................................. 337
Español para extranjeros Español, Nivel 3 336
Español para extranjeros, Nivel 2 ............. 336
Estética I y II ............................................ 179
Estrategias de aprendizaje ........................ 277
Estructura económica de España .............. 247
Estructura económica mundial ................. 248
Estructura política y social de la Europa del
Este ....................................................... 214
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Historia de Oriente I
Orígenes ................................................ 122
Historia de Roma II
República .............................................. 122
Historia de Roma III
Alto Imperio .......................................... 122
Historia de Roma IV
Bajo Imperio ......................................... 122
Historia del Arte Barroco I........................ 158
Historia del Arte Egipcio y del Próximo
Oriente I
Arte, Religión y Sociedad ..................... 160
Historia del Arte Griego I
Las imágenes de Atenas ........................ 160
Historia del Cine I
Introducción al Arte Cinematográfico .. 160
Historia del Cine II.................................... 161
Historia del cine y otros medios audiovisuales
I ............................................................. 162
Historia del cine y otros medios audiovisuales
II ............................................................ 163
Historia del Diseño y de la Ilustración
Gráfica .................................................. 163
Historia del Estado Liberal ....................... 214
Historia del Estado Liberal ....................... 122
Historia del Imperio Bizantino .................. 122
Historia del Mundo Actual I ..................... 124
Historia del Mundo Actual II .................... 124
Historia del Pensamiento español ............. 182
Historia del Pensamiento Estético II ......... 182
Historia económica ................................... 249
Historia económica Contemporánea ......... 251
Historia económica de España .................. 249
Historia económica de España (siglos XIX y
XX) ....................................................... 125
Historia Medieval I ................................... 126
Historia Medieval II .................................. 126
Historia Moderna I
Alta Edad Moderna ............................... 126
Historia Moderna II
Baja Edad Moderna............................... 127
Historia rural en la Edad Media I .............. 127
Historia y cultura arabo-islámicas I ........... 29
Historia y cultura arabo-islámicas II ......... 29
Historia y género durante la Edad Moderna
.............................................................. 127
Historia y teoría de la antropología ............. 23
Humanismo y Antihumanismo ................. 183
Ideologías políticas contemporáneas......... 212
Iglesia y religiosidad en la Edad Media I . 127,
128
Iglesia y religiosidad en la Edad Media II. 130
Imperio Portugués, El ............................... 130
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media I . 215
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media I . 130
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media II 215
Instituciones de Derecho comunitario ....... 215
Interacción Social en Contextos formales y
no formales ........................................... 282
Introducción a la Cerámica ....................... 350
Geografía Física ......................................... 90
Geografía humana II
Geografía urbana .................................... 89
Geografía Industrial .................................... 89
Geografía Política y de la Administración.. 89
Geografía regional de España ..................... 89
Geografía Regional del Turismo ................ 89
Geografía social y cultural.......................... 90
Gestión Internacional de la Empresa ........ 248
Globalización en la Perspectiva Histórica 264
Grabado .................................................... 351
Grandes Novelistas del Siglo XIX.............. 70
Guitarra..................................................... 334
Hacienda Pública Española ...................... 249
Hegemonía Española (1560-1660), La ..... 113
Hip Hop .................................................... 347
Historia Antigua I ..................................... 114
Historia Antigua II ................................... 114
Historia Contemporánea de Francia ......... 114
Historia Contemporánea I (1.789-1.870) .. 114
Historia Contemporánea II (1870-1945) .. 114
Historia Contemporánea III (Orígenes de la
España Contemporánea) ....................... 114
Historia de América I (Historia de América
Colonial) ............................................... 117
Historia de América II .............................. 117
Historia de España en la Edad Media ....... 118
Historia de Grecia I (Época primitiva) ..... 118
Historia de Grecia II (Época arcaica) ....... 331
Historia de Grecia II (Época arcaica) ....... 118
Historia de Grecia III (Época clásica) ...... 331
Historia de Grecia III (Época clásica) ...... 118
Historia de la Ciencia y de la Técnicas en la
Edad Media........................................... 119
Historia de la Ciencia y la Técnica en la Edad
Media.................................................... 112
Historia de la Cultura y de las Mentalidades
en la Europa Contemporánea................ 116
Historia de la España Islámica .......... 28, 119
Historia de la expansión europea (siglos XVXVIII) ................................................... 119
Historia de la Filosofía II .......................... 182
Historia de la Fotografía ........................... 166
Historia de la Fotografía I......................... 153
Historia de la Lengua Árabe I .................... 28
Historia de la Lengua Árabe II................... 28
Historia de la Música
Siglo XX ............................................... 141
Historia de la música I .............................. 335
Historia de la música II............................. 335
Historia de la Música Popular .................. 140
Historia de la Psicología ........................... 282
Historia de la Teoría Política .................... 214
Historia de las Doctrinas Económicas ...... 249
Historia de las ideas estéticas I ......... 154, 166
Historia de las ideas estéticas II ................ 154
Historia de las ideas estéticasII ................. 166
Historia de las Relaciones Internacionales en
el siglo XX............................................ 120
Historia de los Estados Unidos ................. 120
365
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Literatura Norteamericana IV ............... 52, 58
Macroeconomía......................................... 252
Macroeconomía II ..................................... 252
Madrid, Historia Comparada de una Capital
...................................................... 131, 190
Mantenimiento físico ................................ 342
Matemáticas II
Álgebra LIneal ...................................... 253
Medicamentos, Ciencia y Sociedad .......... 317
Medio ambiente y sociedad....................... 319
Mercado de capitales................................. 254
Metodología de la Investigación Social .... 283
Metodología en contextos aplicados
(Educativa) ............................................ 284
Metodología en contextos aplicados
(Organizaciones) ................................... 284
Métodos y Técnicas I (Analisis de Fuentes
Históricas) ............................................. 132
Métodos y técnicas II (Métodos cuantitativos
para historiadores) ................................. 132
Microbiología............................................ 320
Microeconomía ......................................... 254
Microeconomía I ....................................... 255
Migraciones y Relaciones Interétnicas........ 23
Minerología y Minerogénesis ................... 322
Modelado .................................................. 351
Motivación y Emoción .............................. 285
Mujer escritora en España (Siglos XVI-XX)
.............................................................. 191
Mundo Árabe en las Relaciones
Internacionales ........................................ 34
Mundo del Sujeto y Condición Humana ... 184
Musculación .............................................. 342
Música Contemporánea del siglo XX ....... 335
Nacionalismos y el mundo contemporáneo,
Los ........................................................ 133
Narrativa del Siglo XX en Lengua Inglesa
Transformaciones Sociales y
Representación .................................... 55
Narrativa Española Actual (1975-2004) ... 191
Narrativa española contemporánea ........... 329
Narrativa Hispanoamericana del siglo XX.. 78
Necesidades y derechos de la infancia ...... 285
Neurociencia y Conducta I
Fundamentos ......................................... 286
Neuropsicología Experimental y Clínica . 286,
287
Novela española del siglo XIX, La ............. 78
Organización de empresas ........................ 256
Partidos políticos y grupos de presión ...... 213
Pensamiento Feminista ............................. 185
Pensamiento Islámico ................................. 36
Percepción y Atención .............................. 286
Pesicología del Arte .................................. 293
Pilates ........................................................ 342
Pintura ....................................................... 351
Piragüismo ................................................ 342
Planificación Comercial ............................ 256
Poesía española actual (1975-2000) .......... 192
Política comparada .................................... 213
Introducción a la economía I .................... 252
Introducción a la economía II ................... 252
Introducción a la música
nosotros y la música ..................... 191, 328
Introducción a la Psicometría ................... 283
Introducción a la Sociedad Internacional
Contemporáea....................................... 131
Introducción al estudio histórico de los
sistemas políticos .................................. 130
Invsetigación del mercado ........................ 265
Islam en sus fuentes históricas I, El ............ 30
Islam Medieval en sus fuentes históricas, El
................................................................ 30
Islam moderno y contemporáneo en sus
fuentes históricas, ................................... 31
Italiano III ................................................. 344
Italiano IV................................................. 344
Jazz ........................................................... 347
Judíos y Moriscos en la Europa Moderna. 190
Karate ....................................................... 341
Kempo Karate........................................... 341
Lengua Árabe I ........................................... 31
Lengua Española I ...................................... 31
Lengua y Cultura Árabes I,......................... 31
Lingüística aplicada a la enseñanza del Inglés
II ............................................................. 52
Literatura árabe I ........................................ 32
Literatura árabe II ....................................... 33
Literatura árabe III...................................... 34
Literatura árabe IV ..................................... 34
Literatura árabe V ....................................... 34
Literatura de Miguel de Unamuno (C.M.
sobre un filósofo I) ............................... 177
Literatura española del siglo XX ................ 74
Literatura española I (Movimientos, autores y
obras de la literatura medieval española
hasta final del Siglo XIV) ....................... 72
Literatura española II (Estudio de la
Literatura Medieval
Siglo XV) ............................................... 72
Literatura española III (Poesía y Teatro
Español del Siglo XVI) .......................... 72
Literatura Española IV (Otros Géneros
Literarios del Siglo XVI) ........................ 72
Literatura Española IX (Modernismo y 98) 73
Literatura francesa I.................................... 63
Literatura Francesa I ................................... 63
Literatura francesa V .................................. 64
Literatura Hispanoamericana I (Período
Colonial, Siglos XVI, XVII y XVIII) ..... 75
Literatura Hispanoamericana II (Siglo XIX)
.......................................................... 71, 75
Literatura infantil ...................................... 329
Literatura infantil (Literatura Infantil y
juvenil) ................................................. 329
Literatura inglesa III ................................... 59
Literatura Inglesa III ................................... 53
Literatura inglesa IV
Shakespeare and the Theatre of his time 59
Literatura Inglesa VII ................................. 54
366
2010
Psicología económica y conductas del
consumidor............................................ 294
Psicología Política..................................... 304
Psicología social I ..................................... 305
Psicología social II .................................... 305
Psicología, cultura y sociedad ................... 292
Psicometría Aplicada ................................ 305
Psicopatología ........................................... 306
Psicoterapia ............................................... 306
Química física ........................................... 322
Religión en Asia Oriental (Budismo en
China)...................................................... 44
Religión en Asia Oriental China ................. 47
Religión, política y tolerancia en la Europa
Moderna ................................................ 135
Remo ......................................................... 343
Representación Social y Desarrollo
Conceptual ............................................ 307
Salsa .......................................................... 347
Salud Laboral ............................................ 308
Seminario
Investigación Social sobre la Energía y el
Medio Ambiente ............................... 257
Seminario I (Psicología de la Creatividad) 308
Seminario II (Conflicto y Negociación) .... 308
Seminario III (Psicología Criminológica) . 310
Sevillanas .................................................. 347
Sexualidad Humana .................................. 310
Sistemas de información geográfica ........... 92
Sistemas de información para la dirección 259
Sociología de la economía ........................ 259
Sociología de la Educación ....................... 259
Sociología de la empresa........................... 261
Sociología de las Nuevas Tecnologías ...... 261
Sociología del Conocimiento .................... 186
Sociología del mundo árabe e islámico ....... 36
Sociología general I .................................. 267
Sociología general II ................................. 267
Sociología Industrial ................................. 268
Sociopolítica del mundo árabe
contemporáneo ........................................ 36
Taekwondo................................................ 343
Taller de cerámica ..................................... 351
Taller de Creación Musical ....................... 330
Taller de modelado
volúmnes y espacios ............................. 329
teatro Contemporáneo en Lengua Inglesa ... 58
Técnicas artísticas y conservación de bienes
culturales I............................................. 169
Técnicas de Intervención Psicológica ....... 311
Técnicas de Intervención Social y Desarrollo
Comunitario .......................................... 311
Tenis.......................................................... 343
Teoría de la Literatura II ............................. 65
Teoría de las Relaciones Internacionales .. 217
Teoría del Arte I ........................................ 169
Teoría del Arte II ...................................... 170
Teoría del Conocimiento I ........................ 187
Teoría del Conocimiento II ....................... 187
Teoría del Derecho .................................... 217
Política de la Europa del Este ................... 215
Política de la Unión Europea .................... 216
Política Fiscal ........................................... 257
Política Macroeconómica Española.......... 257
Política Pública ......................................... 216
Práctica con el Instituto de Salud Carlos III
.............................................................. 359
Práctica con Kaplan .................................. 360
Práctica con la Cruz Roja ......................... 358
Práctica con YMCA ................................. 360
Práctica de la Enseñanza de Arte.............. 358
Práctica en el Gobierno Español ............... 354
Práctica en Hot English Magazine............ 354
Práctica en la Comisión Fulbright ............ 357
Práctica en Negocios Españoles ............... 353
Práctica en un Colegio .............................. 357
Práctica en un Museo (Museo del Prado) . 356
Práctica en una Organización de Movimiento
Social
Comisión de Ayuda al Refugiado ......... 355
Práctica en una Organización Feminista... 353
Práctica Teatral en Alcalá de Henares ...... 355
Pre y Protohistoria del mundo Mediterráneo
.............................................................. 133
Prehistoria I .............................................. 133
Prehistoria II ............................................. 133
Preparación Física .................................... 343
Primatología y Etología Humana ............. 288
Privilegio, nobleza y régimen señorial (Siglos
XV-XVIII) ............................................ 133
Problemas regionales del mundo actual ..... 92
Problemas y conceptos del arte español
contemporáneo ..................................... 168
Procesamiento y Análisis de Datos........... 307
Protohistoria de la Península Ibérica ........ 135
Psicobiología y Cultura ............................ 290
Psicofisilogía ............................................ 290
Psicología ambiental................................. 291
Psicología comunitaria ............................. 291
Psicología de la adolescencia ................... 294
Psicología de la educación........................ 295
Psicología de la inteligencia ..................... 296
Psicología de la lectura ............................. 296
Psicología de la memoria.................. 296, 297
Psicología de la personalidad ................... 298
Psicología de la primera infancia.............. 294
Psicología de la salud ............................... 298
Psicología de la vejez
evaluación e intervención ..................... 299
Psicología de las Deficiencias .................. 299
Psicología de las diferencias individuales 300
Psicología de las organizaciones .............. 301
Psicología de los grupos ........................... 301
Psicología del deporte............................... 302
Psicología del desarrollo I ........................ 302
Psicología del desarrollo II
desarrollo cognitivo .............................. 302
Psicología del lenguaje ............................. 303
Psicología del pensamiento ...................... 303
Psicología del Testimonio ........................ 303
367
2010
Teorías de la Democracia ................. 217, 262
Territorios de la Monarquía Católica........ 136
Textos de Lengua Árabe (Árabe para
Filósofos) ................................................ 36
Thai Boxing .............................................. 343
Vejez, Economía y Sociedad .................... 262
Vida material y privada en la Edad Media 137
Vino
Química y Cultura, El ........................... 322
Violencia, conflictos sociales y revueltas
populares en la Edad Moderna ............. 137
Virología................................................... 320
Voleibol .................................................... 343
Yoga ......................................................... 343
368
2010
INDEX:
16th Century Art ........................................ 149
19th Century Spanish Novels ..................... 78
20th Century Spanish Theatre ...................... 4
Acquisition of Language .......................... 324
Adquisition of Knowledge ....................... 270
Adquisition of Language and the Learning of
Reading and Writing............................. 270
Advanced Classical Ballet ........................ 345
Advanced Drawing ................................... 350
Advanced modern dance. Graham technique
.............................................................. 345
Advanced modern dance. limón technique345
Aerobic ..................................................... 341
Aesthetics I and II..................................... 179
Aging, Economy and Society ................... 262
Al-Andalus Arqueology ............................. 99
Alterations of Language and Memory ...... 271
American History I ................................... 117
American History II .................................. 117
Analysis of Public Policies ....................... 212
Ancient History I ...................................... 114
Ancient history II ...................................... 114
Animal Physiology ................................... 315
Anthropologhy of Health and sickness
(Health and Nutrition) ............................ 17
Anthropological Análisis of Contemporary
Soacial Problems .................................... 17
Anthropology............................................ 270
Anthropology.............................................. 18
Anthropology of Development ................. 173
Anthropology of Gender............................. 19
Anthropology of the Arabic and Islamic
World ...................................................... 28
Applied Linguistic to the Teaching of English
................................................................ 52
Applied Psychometrics ............................. 305
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture I .. 29
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture II . 29
Arabic Language (Texts for Philosophers) . 36
Arabic Language and Culture I .................. 31
Arabic Language I ...................................... 31
Arabic literature I ....................................... 32
Arabic literature II ...................................... 33
Arabic literature III ..................................... 34
Arabic literature IV..................................... 34
Arabic literature V ...................................... 34
Arabic World in International Relations..... 34
Archaeology and Art of Al-Andalus .......... 28
Archaeology and Art of the Islam .............. 28
Archaeology I (Middle East and Egypt) ... 103
Archaeology II (Greece and Roman)........ 103
Archaeology of Colonizations .................. 102
Archery ..................................................... 343
Architecture and Urbanism in the 19th
Century I ............................................... 146
Art in the 2nd Half of the 20th Century ...... 145
Art of the Early Middle Ages ................... 144
Art Theory I .............................................. 169
Art theory II .............................................. 170
Artistics techniques and Conservation of
Cultural Patrimony I ............................. 169
Badminton ................................................. 341
Ballet Intermediate-Advanced .................. 345
Ballroom Dancing ..................................... 346
Baroque Art I ............................................ 158
Basic Ballet ............................................... 345
Basketball.................................................. 341
Behaviour Pharmacology .......................... 280
Bilingualism and the Acquisition of a Second
Language ............................................... 275
Biogeography II .......................................... 82
BiogeographyI............................................. 82
British Literature III .................................... 53
Business Economics
Introduction and Organization .............. 245
Marketing .............................................. 243
Business Economics
Finance .................................................. 244
Business Financial Economics .................. 244
Business Organization............................... 256
Business Sociology ................................... 261
Byzantine and Islamic Art......................... 147
Capital Markets ......................................... 254
Catholic Culture and Protestant Culture in
Modern Europe .................................... 107
Ceramics Workshop .................................. 351
Children Literature .................................... 329
China of Mao .............................................. 42
Chinese 4..................................................... 42
Chorale ...................................................... 332
Classics of the Chinese Literature ............... 43
Commercial Management ......................... 256
Commercial Management II ..................... 241
Community Psychology ............................ 291
Comparative politics ................................. 213
Conservation and Restoration I ................. 105
Conservation and Restoration II................ 105
Conservation of Cultural Goods................ 152
Constitutional Law I ................................. 194
Constitutional Law II ................................ 194
Consumer Behavior .................................. 239
Contaminatiion of the Planet Earth ........... 321
Contemporary Drama English..................... 58
Contemporary Economic History ............. 251
Contemporary French History .................. 114
Contemporary History I (1789-1870) ....... 114
Contemporary History II (1870-1945) ...... 114
Contemporary History III.......................... 114
Contemporary Music in the 20th Century .. 335
Contemporary Political Ideologies ............ 212
Contemporary Spanish Novel ................... 329
Continental Europe in the 2nd and 1st
Millenniums .......................................... 111
Country and City in Modern Europe......... 105
Creation of puppets, masks and marionettes
.............................................................. 326
Cultural Anthropology in the Modern Europe
................................................................ 99
Cultural Anthropology of Modern Europe .. 18
369
2010
Culture and Communication....................... 23
Current Spanish Narrative (1975-2004) ... 191
Current Spanish poetry (1975-2000) ........ 192
Current World History I ........................... 124
Current World History II .......................... 124
Dances ...................................................... 326
Data Analysis in Psychology I.................. 273
Data Analysis in Psychology II ................ 273
Data Management and Analysis ............... 307
Decadence, Absolutism and Reform in Spain
during the 18th Century ......................... 109
decoración Cerámica ................................ 348
Development Psychology I ...................... 302
Development of the European Community
.............................................................. 212
Development of the European Union ....... 109
Development pf Musical Behaviour ......... 139
Dictatorships and Democracies in the 20th
Century ................................................. 110
Didactic Application for Early Stimulation of
Children Ages 0-6 with and without special
Educational Needs ................................ 326
Double B ass ............................................. 332
Drawing I.................................................. 348
Dynamic Climatology ................................ 82
E. U. Economics ....................................... 263
E. U. Globalization from a Historical
Perspective............................................ 264
E.U. Economics ........................................ 245
Econometrics I.......................................... 243
Econometrics II ........................................ 243
Economic Anthropology ............................ 19
Economic History ..................................... 249
Economic History of Spain ...................... 249
Economical History of Spain (19th and 20th
Centuries) ............................................. 125
Economical Psychology and the Conduct of
the Consumer........................................ 294
Economics of Development...................... 246
Economy and Business in Oriental Asia) ... 45
Egiptology
Introduction and Fundamentals ............ 111
Elites and Social Movements in Latin
America (18th-19th Century) ................. 267
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age .. 215
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age II215
Empire and Monarchy in the Medieval Age I
.............................................................. 130
English Literature III .................................. 59
English Literature IV
Shakespeare and the Theatre of his time 59
English Literature VII................................. 54
Engraving ................................................. 351
Environment and Society ......................... 319
Epistemology ............................................ 177
Epistemology and Psychology.................. 277
Ethics I...................................................... 180
Ethics II .................................................... 180
Ethology ................................................... 277
European Geography I ................................ 88
Evaluation and Intervention in Educational
Contexts and Learning .......................... 278
Evaluation and Intervention in Clinical
Problems ............................................... 278
Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology
...................................................... 286, 287
Eyewitness Testimony .............................. 303
Feminist Thought ...................................... 185
Fencing...................................................... 341
Financial and Analytical Accounting I ..... 240
Financial and Analytical Accounting II .... 240
Financial Business Economics .................. 245
Financial Decisions ................................... 240
Financial Management II .......................... 243
Fiscal Policy .............................................. 257
Flamenco Dance........................................ 346
Foundations of Eastern Asian Thought..... 111
French Civilization...................................... 63
French Language I ...................................... 63
French Language II ..................................... 63
French Language III .................................... 63
French Language IV ................................... 63
French Literature I ...................................... 63
French Literature V ..................................... 64
Fundamentals in Climatology ..................... 85
General biogeography I ............................... 82
General Sociology I .................................. 267
General Sociology II ................................. 267
Genetics, Evolution and Behaviour........... 281
Genetics, Individual and Society............... 315
Genres of Spanish Literature during the 19th
Century.................................................... 68
Geographic Information System (G.I.S.) .... 92
Geography of Madrid .................................. 88
Geography of services................................. 89
Great Spanish Novelists of the 19th Century
................................................................ 70
Greek Archaeology ................................... 102
Greek Art .................................................. 151
Guidance in Educational Psychology........ 274
Guitar Class............................................... 334
Health at the Workplace............................ 308
Hip Hop Dance ......................................... 347
Historic Vanguards Art I ........................... 149
Historic Vanguards Art II ......................... 149
History and theory of anthropology ............ 23
History od Popular Music ......................... 140
History of Aesthetic Thought I ......... 154, 166
History of Aesthetic Thought II ........ 154, 166
History of Aesthetic Thought II ................ 182
History of Arabic Language I ..................... 28
History of Arabic Language II .................... 28
History of art in Egypt and Orient I .......... 160
History of Cinema I
Introduction to Cinematographic Art .... 160
History of Cinema II ................................. 161
History of Culture and Mentality in
Contemporary Europe ........................... 116
History of Design and Graphic Illustration
.............................................................. 163
370
2010
Internship with Kaplan .............................. 360
Internship with Red Cross ......................... 358
Internship with the YMCA España ........... 360
Introduction to Ceramics ........................... 350
Introduction to Economics II .................... 252
Introduction to EconomicsII ..................... 252
Introduction to Psychometrics .................. 283
Introduction to the Contemporary
International Society ............................. 131
Introduction to the Historical Study of
Political Systems ................................... 130
Introduction to the music
us and music.................................. 191, 328
Investigation of Marketing ........................ 265
Islam in its Historical Sources I .................. 30
Islamic Spain History .......................... 28, 119
Islamic Thought .......................................... 36
Italian III ................................................... 344
Italian IV ................................................... 344
Jazz............................................................ 347
Jews ans Muslims in Modern Europe ....... 190
Kenpo-Karate ............................................ 341
Late Gothic Art ......................................... 151
Latin American Art ................................... 152
Latin American Literature I (Colonial Period,
16th, 17th and 18th Centuries) ................... 75
Latin American Literature II (19th Century)
.......................................................... 71, 75
Latin American Narrative of the 20th Century
................................................................ 78
Latin American Writters
The Literary Works of Jorge Luis Borges
...................................................... 68, 74
Law Theory ............................................... 217
Learning and Conditioning ....................... 270
Learning and Instruction ........................... 273
Legal institutions of the European Union . 215
Liberal Spain (1868-1939) ........................ 111
Liberal State History ................................. 214
Liberal State History ................................. 122
Literary Genres in Latin America ............... 69
Literature of Miguel de Unamuno............. 177
Macroeconomics ....................................... 252
Macroeconomics II ................................... 252
Madrid, Comparative History of a Capital
...................................................... 131, 190
Management Information Systems ........... 259
Management Strategy I ............................. 241
Material and privete life in the Medieval Age
.............................................................. 137
Mathematics II
Linear Algebra ...................................... 253
Medications, Science and Society ............. 317
Medieval History I .................................... 126
Medieval History II ................................... 126
Mercantile Law ......................................... 240
Methodology applied contexts (education)
.............................................................. 284
Methodology applied contexts
(organizations) ...................................... 284
History of Economic Doctrines ................ 249
History of European Expansion (15th to 18th
Centuries) ............................................. 119
History of Greece II (Archaic Era) ........... 331
History of Greece II (Archaic Era) ........... 118
History of Greece III (Classical Era) ........ 331
History of Greece III (Classical Era) ........ 118
History of Greek Art I .............................. 160
History of International Relation in the 20th
Century ................................................. 120
History of Medieval Art I ......................... 160
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual
Media I ................................................. 162
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual
Media II ................................................ 163
History of Music
20th Century .......................................... 141
History of Music I .................................... 335
History of Philosophy II ........................... 182
History of Phonography ........................... 166
History of Photography I .......................... 153
History of Political Theory ....................... 214
History of Psychology .............................. 282
History of Science and Technique in the
Middle Ages ......................................... 119
History of Science and Technology in the
Middle Ages ......................................... 112
History of Spanish Thought...................... 182
History of the Byzantine Empire .............. 122
History of the Culture of Ilustration..... 107
History of the Music II ............................. 335
History of the United States...................... 120
Human Ecology ........................................ 314
Human Ecology .......................................... 23
Human Geography I ................................... 89
Human Geography II .................................. 89
Human Resources Management ............... 276
Human Sexuality ...................................... 310
Humanismo and Antihumanism ............... 183
Iberoamerican Geography .......................... 88
Industrial Geography .................................. 89
Industrial Sociology.................................. 268
Infant and Primary Education in Europe .. 328
Inherited Infant Abnormalities ................. 324
Internacional Commerce .......................... 238
International Business Management ......... 248
International Economics ........................... 247
International Finance ................................ 248
Internship at a Feminist Organization....... 353
Internship at a Spanish Government Agency
.............................................................. 354
Internship at Instituto de Salud Carlos III. 359
Internship at the ........................................ 356
Internship at the Fulbright Comission ...... 357
Internship in a Social Movement
Organization ......................................... 355
Internship in Art Education ...................... 358
Internship in Elementary Education ......... 357
Internship in Spanish Business ................. 353
Internship with Hot English Magazine ..... 354
371
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Population Geography................................. 88
Pre and Proto-history of the Mediterranean
.............................................................. 133
Pre-Columbian America ............................. 98
Pre-Columbian Art .................................... 152
Prehistory I ................................................ 133
Prehistory II .............................................. 133
Primatology and Human Ethology ............ 288
Private International Law .......................... 194
Priviledge, Nobility and teh Señorial Regime
(XV-XVIII Centuries) ........................... 133
Problems and concepts of contemporary
Spanish art............................................. 168
Production Management ........................... 241
Programme Design and Evaluation ........... 276
Psychobiology and Culture ....................... 290
Psychobiology of developmental disturbances
.............................................................. 299
Psychological Alterations of Development
.............................................................. 272
Psychological Assessment
Basic Principles and Techniques ........... 279
Psychological Assessment and Intervention
Model and Processes ............................. 279
Psychology of Adolescence ...................... 294
Psychology of Art ..................................... 293
Psychology of Development II
Cognitive Development ........................ 302
Psychology of Different Individualds ....... 300
Psychology of Education .......................... 295
Psychology of Groups ............................... 301
Psychology of Health ................................ 298
Psychology of Initial Infancy .................... 294
Psychology of Intelligence ........................ 296
Psychology of Language ........................... 303
Psychology of Memory ............................. 296
Psychology of Old Age ............................. 299
Psychology of Organizations .................... 301
Psychology of Politics............................... 304
Psychology of Reading ............................. 296
Psychology of Sport .................................. 302
Psychology of Thought ............................. 303
Psychology, Culture and Society .............. 292
Psychopathology ....................................... 306
Psychophysiology ..................................... 290
Psychotherapy ........................................... 306
Public International Law II ....................... 194
Public Policies........................................... 216
Questions in Arcaheology of the Iberian
Peninsula ............................................... 105
Regional Geography of Tourism................. 89
Regional problems of the contemporary
world ....................................................... 92
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age I
...................................................... 127, 128
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age II
.............................................................. 130
Religion in Contemporary Civilization
Economic and Social Development in
China ................................................... 40
Methodology in Social Research .............. 283
Methods and Techniques I (Analysis of
historic data) ......................................... 132
Methods and techniques II (Quantitative
methods for historians) ......................... 132
Microbiology ............................................ 320
Microeconomics ....................................... 254
Microeconomics I ..................................... 255
Migration and Interethnic Relations ........... 23
Minerology and Minerogenesis ................ 322
Modelling workshop
volume and space ................................. 329
Modern History II ..................................... 127
Motivations and Emotion ......................... 285
Musical Creation Workshop ..................... 330
Musical Formation of Guitar .................... 332
Musical Forms I........................................ 333
Musical Forms II ...................................... 333
Musical Genres I
Juan Sebastián Bach, his work as a
culminating process .......................... 334
Musical Genres II
The music in the European Romanticism
.......................................................... 334
Nationalism and the Contemporary World,
The........................................................ 133
Needs and Rights of Childhood ................ 285
Neuroscience and Behaviour I
key Concepts ........................................ 286
Neuroscience and Behaviour II
Physiological Psychology ..................... 281
No Peninsular cultures, Iron Age II .......... 109
Norteh merican Literature IV
American Literary Modernism ............... 52
North American Literatuer IV .................... 58
Oral and Written expression ..................... 337
Oriental Asian Cinema (Japan aand China) 40
Oriental history I ...................................... 122
Painting..................................................... 351
Peninsula Iberica Protohistory .................. 135
Perception and Attention .......................... 286
Personality Psychology ............................ 298
Pertaining to the Environment /setting ..... 291
Philosophy of Education in Spain ........... 180
Philosophy for Children ........................... 328
Philosophy of Art ..................................... 181
Philosophy of Cognitive Science .............. 180
Philososphical Anthropology I ................. 174
Physical Chemistry ................................... 322
Physical Fitness ........................................ 342
Physical geography..................................... 90
Physical Preparation ................................. 343
Pilates ....................................................... 342
Politic Anthropology .................................. 22
Political Behaviour and Electoral Systems212
Political Geography and Geography of the
Admisnistrarion ...................................... 89
Political Parties and Pressure Groups ....... 213
Politics in Eastern Europe ........................ 215
Politics of the European Union ................. 216
372
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Spanish Literature I (Movements, Writers and
Works of the Spanish Medieval Literature
until the 14th Century) ............................. 72
Spanish Literature II (Spanish Medieval
Literature
15th Century) .......................................... 72
Spanish Literature III (Poetry and Theatre in
the 16th Century) ..................................... 72
Spanish Literature IV (Other Literary Genres
in the 16th Century) ................................. 72
Spanish literature IX (Modernism and ´98) 73
Spanish Literature of the 20th Century ....... 74
Spanish Macroeconomic Policy ................ 257
Spanish Medieval Archaeology ................ 103
Spanish Medieval History ......................... 118
Spanish Public Finance ............................. 249
Spanish Regional Geography ...................... 89
Staff Training and Development ............... 281
Strategies of Learning ............................... 277
Taekwondo................................................ 343
Techniques for Psychological Intervention
and Treatment ....................................... 311
Techniques for Social Intervention and
Community Development ..................... 311
Tennis........................................................ 343
Territories of the Catholic Monarchs ........ 136
Thai Boxing .............................................. 343
The Islam in Medieval Age and its Historical
Sources .................................................... 30
The Modern and Contemporary Islam and its
Historical Sources ................................... 31
The Portuguese Empire ............................. 130
Theatre Internship ..................................... 355
Theories of Democracy ..................... 217, 262
Theory of International Relations ............. 217
Theory of Knowledge I ............................. 187
Theory of Knowledge II............................ 187
Theory of Literature II ................................ 65
Topics of Ancient history in the Iberian
Peninsula ............................................... 106
Urban Anthropology ................................... 22
Vanguard Art of the Second Half of the 20th
Century.................................................. 147
Violence, social conflicts and popular
revolutions in Modern Age ................... 137
Virology .................................................... 320
Volleyball.................................................. 343
Weight Lifting........................................... 342
Wine
Chemistry and Culture .......................... 322
Woman Writer in Spain (Centuries XVI-XX)
.............................................................. 191
World Economic Structure........................ 248
World of the Individual and the Human
Condition .............................................. 184
Yoga .......................................................... 343
Religion in East Asia
Buddishm in China)................................ 44
China) ..................................................... 47
Religion, Politics and Tolerance in Modern
Europe .................................................. 135
Religious conflicts and confessional plurality
in the Modern Europe ........................... 105
Renaissance Europe .................................. 189
Research Methods .................................... 276
Roman Archaeology ................................. 102
Roman History II ...................................... 122
Roman History III .................................... 122
Roman history IV ..................................... 122
Rural history in the Medieval Age I ......... 127
Salon Dance.............................................. 346
Salsa ......................................................... 347
Sculpture................................................... 351
Seminar on Conflict and Negotiation ....... 308
Seminar on Criminological Psychology ... 310
Seminar on Psychology of Creativity ....... 308
Sevillanas Dance ...................................... 347
Soccer ....................................................... 341
Social and cultural geography .................... 90
Social and economic development of Modern
China ...................................................... 44
Social and Political Structure of Eastern
European Countries .............................. 214
Social Communication ..................... 275, 312
Social Interaction in Formal and Informal
Context ................................................. 282
Social Psychology I .................................. 305
Social Psychology II ................................. 305
Social Representation and Conceptual
Development ........................................ 307
Social Sciences and Historical Knowledge
.............................................................. 105
Social Transformations in TwentiethCentury British Fiction ........................... 55
Sociology of Education ............................ 259
Sociology of Knowledge .......................... 186
Sociology of New Technologies............... 261
Sociology of the Arabic and Islamic world 36
Sociology of the Economy ....................... 259
Socio-Politics of the Contemporary Arab
World ...................................................... 36
Sources of History of Art I ....................... 153
Sources of History of Art II ...................... 153
Spain in the Golden Century
the time of Quijote ................................ 189
Spanish Children Literature ...................... 329
Spanish Dance .......................................... 345
Spanish Economic .................................... 247
Spanish Economic Structure..................... 247
Spanish for Foreigners, Level 2 ................ 336
Spanish for Foreigners, Spanish, Level 3 . 336
Spanish for Foreigners, Spanish, Level 4 . 337
Spanish Geography I .................................. 88
Spanish Hegemony, The ........................... 113
Spanish Language I .................................... 31
373
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Arte Iberoamericano ................................. 152
Arte Precolombino .................................... 152
Conservación de Bienes Culturales ........... 152
Fuentes de la Historia del Arte I ............... 153
Fuentes de la Historia del Arte II .............. 153
Historia de la Fotografía ........................... 166
Historia de la Fotografía I ......................... 153
Historia de las ideas estéticas I.......... 154, 166
Historia de las ideas estéticas II ........ 154, 166
Historia del Arte Barroco I........................ 158
Historia del Arte Egipcio y del Próximo
Oriente I
Arte, Religión y Sociedad ..................... 160
Historia del Arte Griego I
Las imágenes de Atenas ........................ 160
Historia del Cine II.................................... 161
Historia del cine y otros medios audiovisuales
I ............................................................. 162
Historia del cine y otros medios audiovisuales
II ............................................................ 163
Historia del Diseño y de la Ilustración
Gráfica .................................................. 163
Problemas y conceptos del arte español
contemporáneo ...................................... 168
Técnicas artísticas y conservación de bienes
culturales I............................................. 169
Teoría del Arte I ........................................ 169
Teoría del Arte II ...................................... 170
español, Asia Oriental
Cine de Asia Oriental .................................. 40
Antropología:
Análisis antropológico-histórico de
problemas sociales contemporáneos ....... 17
Antropología Cultural de la Europa Moderna
................................................................ 18
Antropología de la Salud y la
Enfermedad(Alimentación y Salud) ....... 17
Antropología del Género ............................ 19
Antropología económica ............................ 19
Antropología Política.................................. 22
Antropología Urbana .................................. 22
Cultura y Comunicación ............................. 23
Ecología humana ........................................ 23
Historia y teoría de la antropología ............ 23
Migraciones y Relaciones Interétcnicas ..... 23
español, árabe
Antropología del mundo árabe e islámico .. 28
Arqueología y Arte de Al-Andalus ............. 28
Arqueología y Arte Islámico ...................... 28
Historia de la España Islámica .................. 28
Historia de la lengua árabe I ....................... 28
Historia de la Lengua Árabe II................... 28
Historia y cultura arabo-islámicas I .......... 29
Historia y cultura arabo-islámicas II ......... 29
Islam en sus fuentes históricas, El I ............ 30
Islam Medieval en sus fuentes históricas, El
................................................................ 30
Islam moderno y contemporáneo en sus
fuentes históricas, ................................... 31
Lengua Árabe I ........................................... 31
Lengua Española I ...................................... 31
Lengua y Cultura Árabe I, .......................... 31
Literatura árabe I ........................................ 32
Literatura árabe II ....................................... 33
Literatura árabe III...................................... 34
Literatura árabe IV ..................................... 34
Literatura árabe V ....................................... 34
Mundo Árabe en las Relaciones
Internacionales........................................ 34
Pensamiento Islámico ................................. 36
Sociología del mundo árabe e islámico ...... 36
Sociopolítica del mundo árabe
contemporáneo ....................................... 36
Textos de Lengua Árabe (Árabe para
Filósofos) ................................................ 36
español, bailes:
Baile contemporáneo avanzado. Técnica
Graham.................................................. 345
Baile contemporáneo avanzado. Técnica
Limón .................................................... 345
Baile español ............................................. 345
Bailes de salón .......................................... 346
Bailes marchosos ...................................... 346
Ballet Clásico Avanzado ........................... 345
Ballet Principiante..................................... 345
Flamenco ................................................... 346
Hip Hop..................................................... 347
Jazz............................................................ 347
Salsa .......................................................... 347
Sevillanas .................................................. 347
español, ciencias:
Botánica .................................................... 313
Ecología Humana ...................................... 314
Física para Humanistas ............................. 314
Fisiología animal ....................................... 315
Genética, Individuo y Sociedad ................ 315
Medicamentos, Ciencia y Sociedad .......... 317
Medio ambiente y sociedad....................... 319
Microbiología............................................ 320
Virología ................................................... 320
español, arte
Arte Bizantino e Islámico ......................... 147
Arte de la Alta Edad Media ...................... 144
Arte de las Vanguardias de la Segunda Mitad
del Siglo XX ......................................... 147
Arte de las Vanguardias Históricas I ........ 149
Arte del Siglo XVI ................................... 149
Arte en la Segunda MItad del Siglo XX ... 145
Arte Gótico Tardío ................................... 151
Arte Griego ............................................... 151
374
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económicas:
Comercio Internacional ............................. 238
Comportamiento del consumidor .............. 239
Contabilidad financiera y analítica I ......... 240
Contabilidad financiera y analítica II ........ 240
Decisiones financieras............................... 240
Derecho mercantil ..................................... 240
Dirección comercial II .............................. 241
Dirección de Producción ........................... 241
Dirección Estratégica I .............................. 241
Dirección financiera II .............................. 243
Econometría I ............................................ 243
Econometría II .......................................... 243
Economía de la empresa (comercialización)
.............................................................. 243
Economía de la empresa (Financiación) ... 244
Economía de la empresa (Introducción y
organización)......................................... 245
Economía de la Unión Europea................. 263
Economía de la Unión Europea (U.E.)...... 245
Economía de las empresas financieras ...... 245
Economía del desarrollo............................ 246
Economía española ................................... 247
Economía Internacional ............................ 247
Estructura económica de España............... 247
Estructura económica mundial .................. 248
Financiación Internacional ........................ 248
Gestión Internacional de la Empresa......... 248
Globalización en la Perspectiva Histórica. 264
Hacienda Pública Española ....................... 249
Historia de las Doctrinas Económicas....... 249
Historia económica ................................... 249
Historia económica Contemporánea ......... 251
Historia económica de España .................. 249
Introducción a la economía I ..................... 252
Introducción a la economía II ................... 252
Investigación del Mercado ........................ 265
Macroeconomía......................................... 252
Macroeconomía II ..................................... 252
Matemáticas II
Álgebra LIneal ...................................... 253
Mercado de capitales................................. 254
Microeconomía ......................................... 254
Microeconomía I ....................................... 255
Organización de empresas ........................ 256
Planificación Comercial ............................ 256
Política Fiscal ............................................ 257
Política Macroeconómica Española .......... 257
Seminario
Investigación Social sobre la Energía y el
Medio Ambiente ............................... 257
Sistemas de información para la dirección 259
Sociología de la economía ........................ 259
Sociología de la Educación ....................... 259
Sociología de la empresa........................... 261
Sociología de las Nuevas Tecnologías ...... 261
Teorías de la Democracia.......................... 262
Vejez, Economía y Sociedad .................... 262
español, ciencias políticas:
Análisis de las Políticas Públicas.............. 212
Comportamiento político y sistemas
electorales ............................................. 212
Desarrollo de la Unión Europea ............... 212
Ideologías políticas contemporáneas ........ 212
Partidos políticos y grupos de presión ...... 213
Política comparada ................................... 213
español, clásicas:
Historia de Grecia II (Época arcaica) ....... 331
Historia de Grecia III (Época clásica) ...... 331
cursos del programa:
Cine Español e Historia ................................ 5
Civilización Española Contemporánea y Arte
.................................................................. 4
composición y conversación españolas I,II .. 4
Teatro español del Siglo XX ........................ 4
deportes:
Aerobic ..................................................... 341
Badminton ................................................ 341
Baloncesto ................................................ 341
Esgrima..................................................... 341
Fútbol ....................................................... 341
Karate ....................................................... 341
Kempo Karate........................................... 341
Mantenimiento físico ................................ 342
Musculación ............................................. 342
Piragüismo ................................................ 342
Preparación Física .................................... 343
Remo ........................................................ 343
Taekwondo ............................................... 343
Tenis ......................................................... 343
Thai Boxing .............................................. 343
Voleibol .................................................... 343
Yoga ......................................................... 343
derecho
Derecho Constitucional I .......................... 194
Derecho Constitucional II......................... 194
Derecho Internacional Privado ................. 194
Derecho Internacional Público II .............. 194
Estructura política y social de la Europa del
Este ....................................................... 214
Historia de la Teoría Política .................... 214
Historia del Estado Liberal ....................... 214
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media I. 215
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media II 215
Instituciones de Derecho comunitario ...... 215
Política de la Europa del Este ................... 215
Política de la Unión Europea .................... 216
Política Pública ......................................... 216
Teoría de las Relaciones Internacionales .. 217
Teoría del Derecho ................................... 217
Teorías de la Democracia ......................... 217
375
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Geografía humana II
Geografía urbana..................................... 89
Geografía Industrial .................................... 89
Geografía regional de España ..................... 89
Geografía Regional del Turismo ................. 89
Geografía social y cultural .......................... 90
Problemas regionales del mundo actual ...... 92
Sistemas de información geográfica ........... 92
español, historia
América Precolombina................................ 98
Antropología cultural de la Europa modenna
................................................................ 99
Arqueología de Al-Andalus ........................ 99
Arqueología de Grecia .............................. 102
Arqueología de las colonizaciones ............ 102
Arqueología de Roma ............................... 102
Arqueología I
Medio Oriente y Egipto......................... 103
Arqueología II (Grecia y Roma) ............... 103
Arqueología medieval de la Península Ibérica
.............................................................. 103
Campo y ciudad en la Europa Moderna .... 105
Ciencias sociales y conocimiento histórico
.............................................................. 105
Conflicto religioso y pluralidad confesional
en la Edad Moderna .............................. 105
Conservación y Restauración I.................. 105
Conservación y Restauración II ................ 105
Cuestiones de Arqueología de la Península
Ibérica ................................................... 105
Cuestiones de prehistoria de la Península
Ibérica ................................................... 106
Cultura Católica y Cultura Protestante. 107
Cultura de la Ilustración ........................ 107
Culturas Ibéricas no peninsulares del Hierro
II ............................................................ 109
Decadencia, Absolutismo y Reforma en
España en el siglo XVIII ....................... 109
Desarrollo de la Unión Europea ................ 109
Dictaduras y Democracias en el Siglo XX 110
Egiptología
Introducción y Fundamentos ................. 111
España del Siglo de Oro
el tiempo del Quijote ............................. 189
España Liberal (1.868-1.939 ..................... 111
Europa Continental en el II y el I Milenios
.............................................................. 111
Europa del Renacimiento, La .................... 189
Fundamentos del Pensamiento de Asia
Oriental ................................................. 111
Hegemonía Española (1560-1660), La...... 113
Historia Antigua I ..................................... 114
Historia Antigua II .................................... 114
Historia Contemporánea de Francia .......... 114
Historia Contemporánea I (1.789-1.870) .. 114
Historia Contemporánea II (1870-1945) ... 114
Historia Contemporánea III (Orígenes de la
España Contemporánea) ....................... 114
Historia de América I (Historia de América
Colonial) ............................................... 117
español, Economía y Empresa en Asia Oriental
.................................................................... 45
español, extracurriculares:
Ceramic Decoration .................................. 348
Dibujo Avanzado ...................................... 350
Dibujo básico ............................................ 348
Grabado .................................................... 351
Introducción a la Cerámica ....................... 350
Modelado .................................................. 351
Pintura ...................................................... 351
Taller de cerámica .................................... 351
español, filosofía
Antropología del Desarrollo ..................... 173
Antropología Filosófica I ......................... 174
Epistemología ........................................... 177
Estética I y II ............................................ 179
Ética I
Aspectos Históricos .............................. 180
Ética II
Aspectos Sistemáticos .......................... 180
Filosofía de la Ciencia Cognitiva ............. 180
Filosofía de la Educación en España ........ 180
Filosofía del Arte ...................................... 181
Historia de la Filosofía II .......................... 182
Historia del Pensamiento español ............. 182
Historia del Pensamiento Estético II......... 182
Humanismo y Antihumanismo ................. 183
Literatura de Miguel de Unamuno
(C.M.sobre un filósofo I) ...................... 177
Mundo del Sujeto y Condición Humana .. 184
Pensamiento Feminista ............................. 185
Sociología del Conocimiento.................... 186
Teoría del Conocimiento I ........................ 187
Teoría del Conocimiento II....................... 187
español, francés
Civilización Francesa ................................. 63
Lengua Francesa I....................................... 63
Lengua Francesa II ..................................... 63
Lengua Francesa III .................................... 63
Lengua Francesa IV.................................... 63
Literatura Francesa I ................................... 63
español, geografía
Biogeografía general I ................................ 82
Biogeografía II ........................................... 82
Climatología Dinámica............................... 82
Fundamentso en Climatología .................... 85
Geografía de España I ................................ 88
Geografía de Europa I
Organización territorial y recursos físicos y
humanos.............................................. 88
Geografía de Iberoamérica ......................... 88
Geografía de la población ........................... 88
Geografía de los servicios .......................... 89
Geografía de Madrid................................... 88
Geografía Física ......................................... 90
376
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Pre y Protohistoria del mundo Mediterráneo
.............................................................. 133
Prehistoria I ............................................... 133
Prehistoria II.............................................. 133
Privilegio, nobleza y régimen señorial (Siglos
XV-XVIII) ............................................ 133
Protohistoria de la Península Ibérica ......... 135
Religión, política y tolerancia en la Europa
Moderna ................................................ 135
Territorios de la Monarquía Católica ........ 136
Vida material y privada en la Edad Media 137
Violencia, conflictos sociales y revueltas
populares en la Edad Moderna .............. 137
Historia de América II .............................. 117
Historia de España Contemporánea
Siglo XX ............................................... 118
Historia de España en la Edad Media ....... 118
Historia de Grecia I (Época primitiva) ..... 118
Historia de Grecia II (Época arcaica) ....... 118
Historia de Grecia III (Época clásica) ...... 118
Historia de la Ciencia y de la Técnica en la
Edad Media........................................... 112
Historia de la Ciencia y de la Técnicas en la
Edad Media........................................... 119
Historia de la Cultura y de las Mentalidades
en la Europa Contemporánea................ 116
Historia de la España Islámica.................. 119
Historia de la expansión europea (siglos XVXVIII) ................................................... 119
Historia de las Relaciones Internacionales en
el siglo XX............................................ 120
Historia de los Estados Unidos ................. 120
Historia de Oriente I
Orígenes ............................................... 122
Historia de Roma II
República .............................................. 122
Historia de Roma III
Alto Imperio ......................................... 122
Historia de Roma IV
Bajo Imperio ......................................... 122
Historia del Estado Liberal ....................... 122
Historia del Imperio Bizantino ................. 122
Historia del Mundo Actual I ..................... 124
Historia del Mundo Actual II.................... 124
Historia económica de España (siglos XIX y
XX) ....................................................... 125
Historia Medieval I ................................... 126
Historia Medieval II ................................. 126
Historia Moderna I
Alta Edad Moderna............................... 126
Historia Moderna II
Baja Edad Moderna .............................. 127
Historia rural en la Edad Media I ............. 127
Historia y género durante la Edad Moderna
.............................................................. 127
Iglesia y religiosidad en la Edad Media I 127,
128
Iglesia y religiosidad en la Edad Media II 130
Imperio Portugués, El ............................... 130
Imperio y Monarquía en la Edad Media I. 130
Introducción a la Sociedad Internacional
Contemporánea..................................... 131
Introducción al estudio histórico de los
sistemas políticos .................................. 130
Judíos y Moriscos en la Europa Moderna. 190
Madrid, historia comparada de una capital
...................................................... 131, 190
Métodos y Técnicas I (Analisis de Fuentes
Históricas) ............................................ 132
Métodos y técnicas II (Métodos cuantitativos
para historiadores) ................................ 132
Nacionalismos y el mundo contemporáneo,
Los ........................................................ 133
español, inglés
Lingüística aplicada a la enseñanza del Inglés
II .............................................................. 52
Literatura inglesa III ................................... 59
Literatura Inglesa III ................................... 53
Literatura inglesa IV
Shakespeare and the Theatre of his Time 59
Literatura Inglesa VII .................................. 54
Literatura Norteamericana IV ............... 52, 58
Narrativa el Siglo XX en Lengua Inglesa
Transformaciones Sociales y
Representación .................................... 55
Teatro Contemporáneo en Lengua Inglesa.. 58
español, lenguaje
China de Mao .............................................. 42
Desarrollo económico y social de la China
contemporánea ........................................ 44
Español para extranjeros, Nivel 2 ............. 336
Español para extranjeros. Español, Nivel 3
.............................................................. 336
Español para extranjeros. Español, Nivel 4
.............................................................. 337
Español para extranjeros. Nivel 2 ............. 336
Expresión oral y escrita ............................. 337
español, literatura
Escritores Hispanoamericanos (Curso
Monográfico) .................................... 68, 74
Géneros literarios durante el Siglo XIX ...... 68
Géneros Literarios en Hispanoamérica (Curso
Monográfico) .......................................... 69
Grandes Novelistas del Siglo XIX .............. 70
Literatura española del Siglo XX ................ 74
Literatura española I (Movimientos, autores y
obras de la literatura medieval española
hasta final del Siglo XIV) ....................... 72
Literatura española II (Estudio de la
Literatura Medieval
Siglo XV ................................................. 72
Literatura española III (Poesía y Teatro
Español del Siglo XVI) ........................... 72
Literatura Española IV (Otros Géneros
Literarios del Siglo XVI) ........................ 72
Literatura Española IX (Modernismo y 98) 73
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Historia de la Música
Siglo XX ............................................... 141
Historia de la Música popular ................... 140
Literatura francesa I.................................... 63
Literatura francesa V .................................. 64
Literatura Hispanoamericana I (Período
Colonial, Siglos XVI, XVII y XVIII) ..... 75
Literatura Hispanoamericana II (Siglo XIX)
.......................................................... 71, 75
Mujer escritora eb España (Siglos XVI-XX)
.............................................................. 191
Narrativa Española Actual (1975-2004) ... 191
Narrativa Hispanoamericana del siglo XX . 78
Novela española del siglo XIX, La ............. 78
Poesía española actual (1975-2000) ......... 192
Teoría de la literatura II .............................. 65
español, psicología:
Adquisición del conocimiento .................. 270
Adquisición del lenguaje y aprendizaje de la
lectura y escritura .................................. 270
Alteraciones del lenguaje y de la Memoria
.............................................................. 271
Alteraciones psicológicas deel desarrollo . 272
Análisis de Datos en Psicología I .............. 273
Análisis de Datos en Psicología II ............ 273
Antropología ............................................. 270
Aprendizaje e instrucción.......................... 273
Aprendizaje y condicionamiento............... 270
Asesoramiento Psicopedagógico ............... 274
Bilingüismo y Adquisición de Lenguas .... 275
Comunicación social ......................... 275, 312
Dirección de Recursos Humanos .............. 276
Diseño de Investigaciones ......................... 276
Diseño y Evaluación de programas ........... 276
Epistemología y Psicología ....................... 277
Estrategias de aprendizaje ......................... 277
Etología ..................................................... 277
Evaluación e intervención en contextos
educativos y de aprendizaje .................. 278
Evaluación e Intervención Psicológica
Modelos y Procesos .............................. 279
Evaluación Psicológica ............................. 279
Evaluation y Tratamiento in Clinical
Problems ............................................... 278
Fundamentos de Neurociencia II
Psicología Fisiológica ........................... 281
Genética, Evolución y Conducta ............... 281
Historia de la Psicología ........................... 282
Interacción social en contextos formales y no
formales ................................................ 282
Introducción a la Psicometría .................... 283
Metodología de la Investigación Social .... 283
Metodología en contextos aplicados
(educativa) ............................................ 284
Metodología en contextos aplicados
(Organizaciones) ................................... 284
Motivación y Emoción .............................. 285
Necesidades y derechos de la infancia ...... 285
Neurociencia y Conducta I
Fundamentos ......................................... 286
Neuropsicología Experimental y Clínica . 286,
287
Percepción y Atención .............................. 286
Primatología y Etología Humana .............. 288
Procesamiento y Análisis de Datosl .......... 307
Psicobiología y Cultura ............................. 290
Psicofisilogía ............................................. 290
Psicología ambiental ................................. 291
Psicología comunitaria .............................. 291
Psicología de la adolescencia .................... 294
Psicología de la educación ........................ 295
español, magisterio:
Adquisición del Lenguaje ......................... 324
Anomalías Infantiles debidas a la herencia
.............................................................. 324
Bases para la Interculturalidad entre España y
América ................................................ 325
Creación de títeres, máscaras y marionetas.
Recursos plásticos con luz y sombra .... 326
Danzas ...................................................... 326
Didáctica aplicada a la estimulación temprana
de niños de 0-6 años con y sin necesidades
especiales .............................................. 326
Educación infantil y primaria en Europa .. 328
Filosofía para niños .................................. 328
Introducción a la música
nosotros y la música ..................... 191, 328
Literatura infantil ...................................... 329
Literatura infantil (Literatura Infantil y
juvenil) ................................................. 329
Narrativa española contemporánea ........... 329
Taller de Creación Musical....................... 330
Taller de modelado
volúmnes y espacios ............................. 329
español, música:
Contrabajo ................................................ 332
Coro .......................................................... 332
Formación musical de guitarra ................. 332
Formas musicales I ................................... 333
Formas musicales II.................................. 333
Géneros musicales I
Juan Sebastián Bach
su obra como culminación de un proceso
...................................................... 334
Géneros musicales II
La música en el romanticismo Europeo 334
Guitarra..................................................... 334
Historia de la música I .............................. 335
Historia de la música II............................. 335
Música Contemporánea del siglo XX ....... 335
español, música
Desarrollo del Comportamiento Musical.. 139
378
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Psicología de la inteligencia ..................... 296
Psicología de la lectura ............................. 296
Psicología de la memoria.................. 296, 297
Psicología de la personalidad ................... 298
Psicología de la primera infancia.............. 294
Psicología de la salud ............................... 298
Psicología de la vejez
evaluación e intervención ..................... 299
Psicología de las Deficiencias .................. 299
Psicología de las diferencias individuales 300
Psicología de las organizaciones .............. 301
Psicología de los grupos ........................... 301
Psicología del Arte ................................... 293
Psicología del deporte............................... 302
Psicología del desarrollo I ........................ 302
Psicología del desarrollo II
desarrollo cognitivo .............................. 302
Psicología del lenguaje ............................. 303
Psicología del pensamiento ...................... 303
Psicología del Testimonio ........................ 303
Psicología económica y conductas del
consumidor ........................................... 294
Psicología Política .................................... 304
Psicología social I ..................................... 305
Psicología social II ................................... 305
Psicología, cultura y sociedad .................. 292
Psicometría Aplicada ................................ 305
Psicopatología .......................................... 306
Psicoterapia .............................................. 306
Representación Social y Desarrollo
Conceptual ............................................ 307
Salud Laboral ........................................... 308
Seminario I (Psicología de la Creatividad) 308
Seminario II (Conflicto y Negociación) ... 308
Seminario III (Psicología Criminológica)) 310
Sexualidad Humana .................................. 310
Técnicas de Intervención Psicológica....... 311
Técnicas de Intervención Social y Desarrollo
Comunitario .......................................... 311
español, químicas
Contaminación del Planeta Tierra ............. 321
Minerología y Minerogénesis ................... 322
Química física ........................................... 322
Vino
Química y Cultura ................................. 322
español, Religión en Asia Oriental
Budismo en China ....................................... 44
China ........................................................... 47
español, sociología
Élites y movimientos sociales en América
latina (siglos XVIII-XIX)...................... 267
Sociología general I .................................. 267
Sociología general II ................................. 267
Sociología Industrial ................................. 268
español, prácticas
Práctica con el Instituto de Salud Carlos III
.............................................................. 359
Práctica con Kaplan .................................. 360
Práctica con la Cruz Roja ......................... 358
Práctica con YMCA ................................. 360
Práctica de la Enseñanza de Arte.............. 358
Práctica en el Gobierno Español ............... 354
Práctica en Hot English Magazine............ 354
Práctica en la Comisión Fulbright ............ 357
Práctica en Negocios Españoles ............... 353
Práctica en un Museo (Museo del Prado) . 356
Práctica en una Organización de Movimiento
Social
Comisión de Ayuda al Refugiado ......... 355
Práctica en una Organización Feminista... 353
Práctica en uun Colegio ............................ 357
Práctica Teatral en Alcalá de Henares ...... 355
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Conservation of Cultural Goods................ 152
Greek Art .................................................. 151
Historic Vanguards Art I ........................... 149
Historic Vanguards Art II ......................... 149
History of Aesthetic Thought I ......... 154, 166
History of Aesthetic Thought II ........ 154, 166
History of art in Egypt and Orient I .......... 160
History of Cinema I
Introduction to Cinematographic Art .... 160
History of Cinema II ................................. 161
History of Design and Graphic Illustartion
.............................................................. 163
History of Greek Art I ............................... 160
History of Medieval Art I.......................... 160
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual
Media I .................................................. 162
History of Movies and Other Audiovisual
Media II................................................. 163
History of Photography ............................. 166
History of Photography I........................... 153
Late Gothic Art ......................................... 151
Latin American Art ................................... 152
Pre-Columbian Art .................................... 152
Problems and concepts of contemporary
Spanish art............................................. 168
Sources of History of Art I........................ 153
Sources of History of Art II ...................... 153
Vanguard Art od the Second Half of the 20th
Century.................................................. 147
inglés, anthropology:
Anthropologhy of Health and Health and
Nutrition) ................................................ 17
Anthropological Analysis of Contemporary
Social Problems ...................................... 17
Anthropology.............................................. 18
Anthropology of Gender............................. 19
Cultural Anthropology of Modern Europe . 18
Cultureand Communication........................ 23
Economic Anthropology ............................ 19
History and theory of anthropology............ 23
Human Ecology .......................................... 23
Migrations and Interethnic Relations.......... 23
Politic Anthropology .................................. 22
Urban Anthropology................................... 22
inglés, arab:
Anthropology of the Arabic and Islamic
World ...................................................... 28
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture I .. 29
Arabic and Islamic History and Culture II . 29
Arabic Language and Culture I .................. 31
Arabic Language I ...................................... 31
Arabic literature I ....................................... 32
Arabic literature II ...................................... 33
Arabic literature III ..................................... 34
Arabic literature IV..................................... 34
Arabic literature V ...................................... 34
Arabic Philosophers (Texts for Philosophers)
................................................................ 36
Arabic World in International Relations..... 34
Archaeology and Art of the Islam .............. 28
Arqueología y Arte de Al-Andalus ............. 28
History of Arabic Language I ..................... 28
History of Arabic Language II.................... 28
Islam in its Historical Sources I.................. 30
Islamic Spain History ................................. 28
Islamic Thought .......................................... 36
Sociology of the Arabic and Islamic world 36
Socio-Politics od the Contemporary Arab
World ...................................................... 36
Spanish Language I .................................... 31
The Islam in Medieval Age and its Historical
Sources ................................................... 30
The Modern and Contemporary Islam and its
Historical Sources................................... 31
inglés, business:
Aging, Economy and Society.................... 262
Business Economics
Introduction and Organization .............. 245
Marketing .............................................. 243
Business Economics
Finance .................................................. 244
Business Financial Economics .................. 244
Business Organization............................... 256
Business Sociology ................................... 261
Capital Markets ......................................... 254
Commercial Management ......................... 256
Commercial Management II ..................... 241
Consumer Behavior .................................. 239
Contemporary Economic History ............. 251
E. U. Economics ....................................... 263
E.U. Economics ........................................ 245
Econometrics I .......................................... 243
Econometrics II ......................................... 243
Economic History ..................................... 249
Economic Historyof Spain ........................ 249
Economics of Development ...................... 246
Financial and Analytical Accounting I ..... 240
Financial and Analytical Accounting II .... 240
Financial Business Economics .................. 245
Financial Decisions ................................... 240
Financial Management II .......................... 243
Fiscal Policy .............................................. 257
inglés, art
16th Century Art ........................................ 149
Architecture and Urbanism in the 19th
Century I ............................................... 146
Art of the 20th Half of the 20th Century...... 145
Art of the Early Middle Ages ................... 144
Art Theory I .............................................. 169
Art theory II .............................................. 170
Artistics techniques and Conservation of
Cultural Patrimony I ............................. 169
Baroque Art I ............................................ 158
Byzantine and Islamic Art ........................ 147
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Economy and Business in Oriental Asia ......... 45
Globalization from a Historical Perspective
.............................................................. 264
History of Economic Doctrines ................ 249
International Business Management ......... 248
International Commerce ........................... 238
International Economics ........................... 247
International Finance ................................ 248
Introduction to Economics I ..................... 252
Introduction to Economics II .................... 252
Investigation of Marketing ....................... 265
Macroeconomics ...................................... 252
Macroeconomics II ................................... 252
Management Information Systems ........... 259
Management Strategy I............................. 241
Mathematics II
Linear Algebra...................................... 253
Mercantile Law......................................... 240
Microeconomics ....................................... 254
Microeconomics I ..................................... 255
Production Management ........................... 241
Sociology of Education ............................ 259
Sociology of New Technologies............... 261
Sociology of the Economy ....................... 259
Spanish Economic .................................... 247
Spanish Economic Structure..................... 247
Spanish Macroeconomic Policy ............... 257
Spanish Public Finance............................. 249
Theories of Democracy ............................ 262
World Economic Structure ....................... 248
inglés, education:
Acquisition of Language ........................... 324
Children Literature .................................... 329
Contemporary Spanish Novel ................... 329
Creation of puppets, masks and marionettes
.............................................................. 326
Dances ....................................................... 326
Didactic Application for Early Stimulation of
Children Ages 0-6 with and without special
Educational Needs ................................ 326
Infant and Primary Education in Europe ... 328
Inherited Infant Abnormalities .................. 324
Introduction to the music
Us and the music ........................... 191, 328
Modelling workshop
volume and space .................................. 329
Musical Creation Workshop ..................... 330
Philosophy for Children ............................ 328
Spanish Children Literature ...................... 329
inglés, english
Applied Linguistic to the Teaching of English
................................................................ 52
British Literature III .................................... 53
Contemporary Drama in English ................ 58
English Literature III................................... 59
English Literature IV
Shakespeare and the Theatre of his time . 59
English literature VII .................................. 54
North Aamerican Literature IV ................... 58
North American Literature IV
American Literary Modernism................ 52
Social Transformations in Twentieth-Century
British Fiction ......................................... 55
inglés, classical:
History of Greece II (Archaic Era) ........... 331
History of Greece III (Classical Era) ........ 331
inglés, dance
Advanced Classical Ballet ........................ 345
Advanced modern dance. Graham technique
.............................................................. 345
Advanced modern dance. limón technique345
Ballet Intermediate-Advanced .................. 345
Ballroom Dancing .................................... 346
Basic Ballet............................................... 345
Flamenco Dance ....................................... 346
Hip Hop Dance ......................................... 347
Jazz ........................................................... 347
Salon Dance.............................................. 346
Salsa ......................................................... 347
Sevillanas Dance ...................................... 347
Spanish Dance .......................................... 345
inglés, extracurricular:
Advanced Drawing ................................... 350
Ceramic Decoration .................................. 348
Ceramics Workshop .................................. 351
Drawing I .................................................. 348
Engraving .................................................. 351
Introduction to Ceramics ........................... 350
Painting ..................................................... 351
Sculpture ................................................... 351
inglés, french
French
Language I .............................................. 63
French Civilization...................................... 63
French Language II ..................................... 63
French Language III .................................... 63
French Language IV ................................... 63
inglés, Eastern Asia
Chinese 4 .................................................... 42
Classics of the Chinese Literature .............. 43
Eastern Contemporary Civilization
Economic and Social Development in
China .................................................. 40
Oriental Asian Cinema (Japan and China) . 40
inglés, geography
381
2010
Foundations of Eastern Asian Thought..... 111
Greek Archaeology ................................... 102
History of Cultuera and Mentality in
Contemporary Europe ........................... 116
History of European Expansion (15th to 18th
Centuries) .............................................. 119
History of Greece I (Primitive Era) ........... 118
History of Greece II (Archaic Era)............ 118
History of Greece III (Classical Era)......... 118
History of International Relation in the 20th
Century.................................................. 120
History of Science and Technique in the
Middle Ages .......................................... 119
History of Sciences inand Technology in the
Middle Ages .......................................... 112
History of the Byzantine Empire............... 122
History of the Culture of Ilustration ..... 107
History of the United States ...................... 120
Introduction to the Contemporary
International Society ............................. 131
Introduction to the Historical Study of
Political Systems ................................... 130
Islamic Spain History ................................ 119
Jews and Muslims in Modern Europe ....... 190
Liberal Spain (1868-1939) ........................ 111
Liberal State History ................................. 122
Madrid, Comparative History of a Capital
...................................................... 131, 190
Material and privete life in the Medieval Age
.............................................................. 137
Medieval History I .................................... 126
Medieval History II ................................... 126
Methods and Techniques I (Analysis of
historic data).......................................... 132
Methods and techniques II (Quantitative
methods for historians).......................... 132
Modern History II ..................................... 127
Nationalism and the Contemporary World,
The ........................................................ 133
No Peninsular cultures, Iron Age II .......... 109
Oriental history I ....................................... 122
Peninsula Iberica Protohistory .................. 135
Pre and Proto-history of the Mediterranean
.............................................................. 133
Pre-Columbian America ............................. 98
Prehistory I ................................................ 133
Prehistory II .............................................. 133
Priviledge, Nobility and teh Señorial Regime
(XV-XVIII Centuries) ........................... 133
Questions in Arcaheology of the Iberian
Peninsula ............................................... 105
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age I
...................................................... 127, 128
Religion and Church in the Medieval Age II
.............................................................. 130
Religion, Politics and Tolerance in Modern
Europe ................................................... 135
Religious conflicts and confessional plurality
in the Modern Europe ........................... 105
Renaissance Europe .................................. 189
Biogeography I ........................................... 82
Biogeography II .......................................... 82
Dynamic Vlimatology ................................ 82
European Geography I ................................ 88
Fundamentals in Climatology..................... 85
General biogeography I .............................. 82
Geographic Information System (G.I.S.).... 92
Geography of Madrid ................................. 88
Geography of services ................................ 89
Human Geography I ................................... 89
Human Geography II .................................. 89
Iberoamerican Geography .......................... 88
Industrial Geography .................................. 89
Physical geography..................................... 90
Political Geography and Geography of the
Admisnistrarion ...................................... 89
Population Geography ................................ 88
Regional Geography of Tourism ................ 89
Regional problems of the contemporary
world....................................................... 92
Social and cultural geography .................... 90
Spanish Geography I .................................. 88
Spanish Regional Geography ..................... 89
inglés, history
Al-Andalus Arqueology ............................. 99
American History I ................................... 117
American History II .................................. 117
Ancient History I ...................................... 114
Ancient history II...................................... 114
Archaeology I (Middle East and Egypt) ... 103
Archaeology II (Greece and Roman)........ 103
Archaeology of Colonizations .................. 102
Catholic Culture and Protestant Culture in
Modern Europe ................................... 107
Conservation and Restoration I ................ 105
Conservation and Restoration II ............... 105
Contemporary French History .................. 114
Contemporary History I (1789-1870) ....... 114
Contemporary History II (1870-1945)...... 114
Contemporary History III ......................... 114
Continental Europe in the 2nd and 1st
Millenniums .......................................... 111
Country and City in Modern Europe ........ 105
Cultural Anthropology in the Modern Europe
................................................................ 99
Current World History I ........................... 124
Current World History II .......................... 124
Decadence, Absolutism and Reform in Spain
during the 18th Century ......................... 109
Development of the European Union ....... 109
Dictadorships and Democracies in the 20th
Century ................................................. 110
Economical History of Spain (19th and 20th
Centuries) ............................................. 125
Egiptology
Introduction and Fundamentals ............ 111
Empire and Monarchy in the Medieval Age I
.............................................................. 130
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Social and Political Structure of Eastern
European Countries ............................... 214
Theories of Democracy ............................. 217
Theory of International Relations ............. 217
inglés, literature
19th Century Spanish Novels ...................... 78
Current Spanish narrative (1975-2004) ..... 191
Current Spanish Poetry (1975-2000) ........ 192
French Literature I ...................................... 63
French Literature V ..................................... 64
Genres of Spanish Literature during the 19th
Century.................................................... 68
Great Spanish Novelits of the 19th Century)
................................................................ 70
Latin American Literature I (Colonial
Period, 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries) ....... 75
Latin American Literature II (19th Century)
.......................................................... 71, 75
Latin American Narrative of the 20th Century
................................................................ 78
Latin American Writters
the Literary Works od Jorge Luis Borges
...................................................... 68, 74
Literary Genres in Latin America ............... 69
Spanish Literature I (Movements, Writers and
Works of the Spanish Medieval literature
until the 14th Century) ............................. 72
Spanish Literature II (Spanish Medieva
Literature
15th Century) .......................................... 72
Spanish Literature III (poetry and Theatre in
the 16th Century) ..................................... 72
Spanish Literature IV (Other Literary Genres
in the 16th Century) ................................. 72
Spanish literature IX (Modernism and ´98) 73
Spanish Literature of the 20th Century ....... 74
Theory of Literature II ................................ 65
Woman Witer in Spain (centuries XVI-XX)
.............................................................. 191
Roman Archaeology ................................. 102
Roman History II ...................................... 122
Roman History III .................................... 122
Roman history IV ..................................... 122
Rural history in the Medieval Age I ......... 127
Social Sciences and Historical Knowledge
.............................................................. 105
Spain in the Golden Century
the time of Quijote ................................ 189
Spanish Hegemony, The ........................... 113
Spanish Medieval Archaeology ................ 103
Spanish Medieval History ........................ 118
Territories of the Catholic Monarchs........ 136
The Portuguese Empire ............................ 130
Topics of Ancient history in the Iberian
Peninsula .............................................. 106
Violence, social conflicts and popular
revolutions in Modern Age ................... 137
inglés, internship
Internship at a Feminist Organization....... 353
Internship at a Spanish Goverment Agency
.............................................................. 354
Internship at Instituto Carlos III ............... 359
Internship at the ........................................ 356
Internship at the Fulbright Comission ...... 357
Internship in a Social Movement Organzation
.............................................................. 355
Internship in Art Education ...................... 358
Internship in Elementary Education ......... 357
Internship in Spanish Business ................. 353
Internship with Hot English Magazine ..... 354
Internship with Kaplan ............................. 360
Internship with Red Cross ........................ 358
Internship with the YMCA ESpaña .......... 360
Theatre Internship..................................... 355
inglés, language
Spanish for Foreigners, Level 2 ................ 336
China of Mao .............................................. 42
Social and economic development of modern
China ...................................................... 44
Spanish for Foreigners, Spanish, Level 3 . 336
Oral and Written expression ..................... 337
inglés, music:
Chorale ...................................................... 332
Contemporary Music in the 20th Century .. 335
Double B ass ............................................. 332
Guitar Class............................................... 334
History of Music I ..................................... 335
History of the Music II .............................. 335
Musical Formation of Guitar..................... 332
Musical Forms I ........................................ 333
Musical Forms II ....................................... 333
Musical Genres I
Juan Sebastián Bach, his work as a
culminating process........................... 334
Musical Genres II
The music in the European Romanticism
.......................................................... 334
Development of Musical Behaviour ......... 139
History of Music
20th Century........................................... 141
History of Popular Music .......................... 140
inglés, law
Constitutional Law I ................................. 194
Constitutional Law II................................ 194
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age .. 215
Empire and Monarchy in Medieval Age II215
History of Political Theory ....................... 214
Law Theory .............................................. 217
Legal institutions of the European Union . 215
Liberal State History................................. 214
Politics in Eastern Europe ........................ 215
Politics of the European Union ................. 216
Private International Law ......................... 194
Public International Law II ....................... 194
Public Policies .......................................... 216
383
2010
Applied Psychometrics ............................. 305
Behavour Pharmacalogy ........................... 280
Bilinguism and the Acquistion of a Second
Language ............................................... 275
Community Psychology ............................ 291
Data Analysis in Psychology I .................. 273
Data Analysis in Psychology II ................. 273
Data Management and Analysis................ 307
Development Psychology I ...................... 302
Economical Psychology and the Conduct of
the Consumer ........................................ 294
Espistemology and Psychology ................ 277
Ethology .................................................... 277
Evaluación e intervención en problemas
clínicos .................................................. 278
Evaluation and Intervention in Educational
Contexts and Learning .......................... 278
Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology
...................................................... 286, 287
Eyewitness Testomony ............................. 303
Genetics, Evolution and Behaviour........... 281
Guidance in Educational Psychology........ 274
Health at the Workplace............................ 308
History of Psychology............................... 282
Human Resources Management................ 276
Human Sexuality....................................... 310
Introduction to Psychometrics .................. 283
Learning and Conditioning ....................... 270
Learning and Instruction ........................... 273
Methodology applied contexts (Education)
.............................................................. 284
Methodology applied contexts
(Organizations) ..................................... 284
Methodology in Social Research .............. 283
Motivations and Emotion .......................... 285
Needs and Rights of Chilhood .................. 285
Neuroscience and Behaviour I
Key Concepts: ....................................... 286
Neuroscience and Behaviour II
Physiological Psychology ..................... 281
Perception and Attention ........................... 286
Personality Psychology ............................. 298
Pertaining to the Environment /setting ...... 291
Primatology and Human Ethology ............ 288
Programme Design and Evaluation ........... 276
Psychobiology and Culture ....................... 290
Psychobiology of developmental disturbances
.............................................................. 299
Psychological Alterations of Development
.............................................................. 272
Psychological Assessment
Basic Principles and Techniques ........... 279
Psychological Assessment and Intervention
Model and Processes ............................. 279
Psychology of Adolescence ...................... 294
Psychology of Art ..................................... 293
Psychology of Development II
Cognitive Development ........................ 302
Psychology of Different Individuals ......... 300
Psychology of Education .......................... 295
inglés, philosophy
History of Spanish Thought.................. 182
History of Aesthetic Thought II............ 182
World of the Individual and the Human
Condition .......................................... 184
Feminist Thought ................................. 185
Sociology of Knowledge ...................... 186
Theory of Knowledge I ........................ 187
Theory of Knowledge II ....................... 187
Aesthetics I & II ....................................... 179
Anthroplogy of Development ................... 173
Epistemology ............................................ 177
Ethics I...................................................... 180
Ethics II .................................................... 180
History of Philosophy II ........................... 182
Humanism and Antihumanism ................. 183
Literature of Miguel de Unamuno ............ 177
Philosophical Anthropology I ................... 174
Philosophy of Art ..................................... 181
Philosophy of Cognitive Science .............. 180
Philosophy of Education in Spain ............ 180
Physical Education:
Pilates ....................................................... 342
Aerobic ..................................................... 341
Badminton ................................................ 341
Basketball ................................................. 341
Fencing ..................................................... 341
Karate ....................................................... 341
Kenpo-Karate ........................................... 341
Physical Fitness ........................................ 342
Soccer ....................................................... 341
Weight Lifting .......................................... 342
Physical Preparation ................................. 343
Rowing ..................................................... 343
Taekwondo ............................................... 343
Thai Boxing .............................................. 343
Tennis ....................................................... 343
Archery ..................................................... 343
Volleyball ................................................. 343
Yoga ......................................................... 343
inglés, political science
Analysis of Public Policies ....................... 212
Comparative politics................................. 213
Contemporary Political Ideologies ........... 212
Development of the European Community
.............................................................. 212
Political Behaviour and Electoral Systems212
Political Parties and Pressure Groups ....... 213
inglés, psycology
Adquisition of Knowledge ....................... 270
Adquisition of Language and the Learning of
Reading and Writing............................. 270
Alterations of Language and Memory ...... 271
Anthropology............................................ 270
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Psychology of Groups .............................. 301
Psychology of Health ............................... 298
Psychology of Initial Infancy ................... 294
Psychology of Intelligence ....................... 296
Psychology of Language .......................... 303
Psychology of Memory ............................ 296
Psychology of Old Age ............................ 299
Psychology of Organizations .................... 301
Psychology of Politics .............................. 304
Psychology of Reading ............................. 296
Psychology of Sport ................................. 302
Psychology of Thought............................. 303
Psychopathology ...................................... 306
Psychophysiology ..................................... 290
Psychoteraphy .......................................... 306
Psycology, Culture and Society ................ 292
Research Methods .................................... 276
Seminar on Conflict and Negotiation ....... 308
Seminar on Criminological PSychology .. 310
Seminar on Psychology of Creativity ....... 308
Social Communication ..................... 275, 312
Social Interaction in Formal and Informal
Context ................................................. 282
Social Psychology I .................................. 305
Social Psychology II ................................. 305
Social Representation and Conceptual
Development ........................................ 307
Staff Training and Development .............. 281
Strategies of Learning............................... 277
Techniques for Psychological Intervention
and Treatment ....................................... 311
Techniques for Social Intervention and
Community Development .................... 311
inglés, Religion in East Asia
Buddhism in China ..................................... 44
China ........................................................... 47
inglés, science
Animal Physiology.................................... 315
Environment and Society .......................... 319
Genetics, Individual and Society............... 315
Human Ecology ........................................ 314
Medications, Science and Society ............. 317
Microbiología............................................ 320
Virology .................................................... 320
Contamination of the Planet Earth ............ 321
Minerology and Minerogenesis................. 322
Physical Chemistry ................................... 322
Wine
Chemistry and Culture .......................... 322
inglés, sociology:
Elites and Social Movements in Latin
America (18th-19th Century) .................. 267
General Sociology I .................................. 267
General Sociology II ................................. 267
Industrial Sociology .................................. 268
program courses
20th Century Spanish Theatre ....................... 4
Advanced Spanish Composition an
Conversation ............................................. 4
Contemporary Spanish Civilization and Art . 4
Spaish Film and History................................ 5
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