ENG 331 - African American Literature

Credits: 3

This course serves as examination of the writing of Black writers from the 18th-century to the present across a range of genres, including novels, poetry, drama, and autobiography. We will examine the specific interests of individual authors, the influence of historical moments like Emancipation and the Civil Rights Movement, and the persistent themes like freedom, justice, and joy that have connected writers across time. Along with studying the artistry and history of these works, you'll be an active analyst working on your critical thinking, reasoning, and writing.

USI Core 39: Embedded experience - Diversity

Prerequisite(s): ENG 201  

Term(s) Offered: Spring

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