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Course Overview

This course provides students with an overview of multicultural literature in conjunction with the historical and contemporary issues facing each culture. The texts discussed in this course may include Hispanic/Chicano/Chicana literature, African American literature, American Indian literature, Deaf literature, Gay/Lesbian literature, English from the former colonies/postcolonial literature, and others. The course will focus on the techniques and strategies implemented by the authors to undermine and question mainstream attitudes and values through an investigation of questions such as these: What is ”minority?” How is identity formulated in the margins?

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite or Co-Requisite: ENG 208

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Admissions Requirements

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