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  • INFORMACIÓN GENERAL

    Mooc sobre FGL

    Welcome to the “MOOC-UGR” on Federico García Lorca. If you are reading this message, this means you are officially enrolled on the programme. You can browse the programme content by consulting the Course Guide. This MOOC is designed in modular format covering content of significant cultural and social value. The modules are supported by high-quality video . The Mooc officially begins on 4/10/2021. We advise you to see the Calendar (top right), in which the key dates of the MOOC appear.

    (Read carefully all the information in this block, it is very important that you have all the doubts resolved before officially starting the course)


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  • REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THE MOOC

    To successfully complete this Edition of the MOOC-UGR on Federico García Lorca, you must fill in the multiple-choice questionnaire for each successive module. These questionnaires are designed to test your learning on each weekly module. Following the weekly questionnaires, there is one overall Programme Questionnaire that you must answer correctly to obtain the virtual course badge. Once you have achieved this badge, which will give you the option of requesting an Official Certificate (upon payment of the necessary fee).
  • Module 1: 1898-1921. The young Federico Garcia Lorca

    The first module, covering the period 1898–1921, introduces us to Federico García Lorca’s aesthetic and literary education and to his early works. These are essential to our understanding of his later output.

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    The Modules have Learning Units with: Video and Assesment content


  • Module 2: 1922-1926. The Years of Early Maturity

    The second module (1922–1926) takes us through García Lorca’s early years of maturity, in which he shifts between the traditional and the avant-garde, both in his poetry and in his work for the theatre.
  • Module 3: 1927-1929. The Poet´s Light is that of Contradiction

    The third module (1927–1929) takes us to the celebrations held to mark the three-hundredth anniversary of Góngora’s death, and to the advent of the Surrealist influence. As Lorca himself observed, “the poet’s light is that of contradiction”.
  • Module 4: 1930-1931. The Possible and the Impossible

    The fourth module, takes a look at García Lorca’s theatrical productions during a pivotal moment in his career: the division between impossible and possible theatre. This distinction needs to be understood as part of Lorca’s strategy to modernize the world of theatre
  • Módulo 5:1932-1934. The Tragedy Begins

    During the period covered by this fifth module (1932–1934), García Lorca works tirelessly delivering a series of talks and lectures, alongside his work with his travelling theatre company La Barraca. It is also around this time that his dramatic work connects with a central theme: tragedy.
  • Module 6: 1935-1936. The last Lorca

    1935 and 1936, the period covered by this sixth module, reveal a García Lorca who has reached full creative maturity in both his poetry and his theatrical writings. It is during this period that he writes seminal works such as Diván del Tamarit and La casa de Bernarda Alba.
  • Across module 7: International Lorquists

    You may opt to take an elective module to complement this MOOC. There is no assessment attached to these modules but there are participatory forums.

  • Across module 8: García Lorca and music in Granada

    You may opt to take an elective module to complement this MOOC. There is no assessment attached to these modules but there are participatory forums.