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A century of poetry in Spain, poets that have given name to subway stations, modernity, postmodernity and liquid society, lineages and poetic expression, social networks and poets.

Playing with time -one hundred years of Spanish poetry- crossing it in various directions and seeing what happens, what happens within us, what we experience from the poem when reading and connecting to it; playing with poetic texts and trying to understand an era, a propensity, an impulse, a poetic voice; taking remnants of expression, of poets, of our emotion, and drawing a tree of relationships, of knowledge, of deep and more precise cultivation. Finding the footprint that the poem leaves upon us, when delving into the poem.


Learning Objectives


  • Understand how poetry is developed; the poem or poetic expression.
  • Learn to distinguish some milestones in Spanish poetry from the last hundred years, contextualizing them through texts and references to some authors, schools and generations.
  • Become familiar with poetic writing as part of art, culture and history from a century ago until today, from the first avant-gardes to current poetry.
  • Manage the reception of poetry as a tool for understanding our world and the human condition.
  • Build relationships between different periods and poetic motifs through the comparison of texts and resources.

Contents of the Subject

Spanish poetry

  • 1. Materials to dig into a poem.
  • 2. A century of poetry in Spain.
  • 3. Poetry as communication and poetry as knowledge.
  • 4. Modernity, postmodernity and liquid society.
  • 5. The real object and surreal poetry.
  • 6. The poetry of us.
  • 7. The divine left and the School of Barcelona.
  • 8. Poetry of '68.
  • 9. Damned, marginal and marginalized.
  • 10. Love and its forms.
  • 11. The new sentimentality and experience.
  • 12. The poetry of silence and the poetry of difference
  • 13. Social poets and dirty realism.
  • 14. Border languages.
  • 15. Social networks and poetry.

Professor

Jorge Morales Professor of Spanish poetry

Jorge Morales Pastor

He graduated in Law and Hispanic Philology from the Complutense University of Madrid, he was a professor of Spanish literature and poetry in courses for foreign students at the Spanish Summer School (EVE) and created the Spanish courses for foreign students at the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M), in which he participated as director, academic coordinator and professor of language and culture. Likewise, he taught at the School of Humanities of that same university and at the Instituto Superior de Arte (IArt) in Madrid. He has taught lectures and seminars in teacher training programs (EVE, UC3M, International House), PhD programs (UC3M, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija), master's programs (UC3M, IArt) and specific-purpose courses (Instituto Cervantes, IESE-Navarra in Barcelona) focused primarily on poetry, law, speech analysis and the teaching of the Spanish language and culture. He is a founding partner of the firm Usvelia Abogados, with offices in Madrid and Ibiza. In education, he is an associate professor of Procedural Law, both for Bachelor and Master's Degree programs, at the Carlos III University of Madrid, and of Criminal Law at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB). As a practicing lawyer, at the same time as he carried out his professional activity, he has been a tutor from the beginning of the professional internships of the Bachelor's and Double Bachelor's Degree students that are welcomed by his firm. He chairs the PROGRESELE association, of which he is a co-founder. He has been carrying out his research work on the analysis of legal Spanish. He has created and promoted several publishing projects of poetry and is the author of several collections of poems, as well as multiple philological articles, artistic criticism and literary creation texts.