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ENGLĀ 201: Transatlantic Anglophone Literature

This course considers Anglophone writing from Africa and the Caribbean. Linked by the slave trade and colonization, the drive for national independence, and the challenges of globalization, African and Caribbean writers have long been in dialogue. In order to provide a historical understanding of transatlantic Anglophone literature and an appreciation for its ongoing transformation, readings encompass influential works by established writers and contemporary works by emerging voices. Offered periodically. Counts toward race and ethnic studies major and concentration.
Prerequisite: FYW.

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Literature ENGL 200 Topics in Cross-Cultural Literature ENGL 201 Transatlantic Anglophone Literature ENGL 203...

Environmental Studies

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...2.00 ES/PS 201 Topics in Global...Ethics and Ecological Justice ENGL 276 Literature and...

Media Studies

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...Nonfiction Writing ENGL 296 Screenwriting FILM 101 Introduction to Film Studies FILM 201 American Film...

American Studies

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...ENGL 205 American Racial and Multicultural Literatures ENGL...Vistas, 1800-1900 AMCON 201 Remaking America, 1865...