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ENGL 345: Topics in American Racial and Multicultural Literatures

This course focuses on important issues, images, authors, and modes in an intensive study of racial and multicultural literature in the U.S. The scope of the course can include racial portraiture, sexual politics, field and factory experience, color and class status, and church and family institutions. Authors include such writers as Frederick Douglass and Maxine Hong Kingston. Click on course title in the class and lab for more information about the course for that term. Counts toward American studies and race and ethnic studies majors and race and ethnic studies concentration.
Prerequisites: ENGL 185 plus at least two English courses at level II, or permission of the instructor.

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