2018-2019 Catalog 
    
    Dec 12, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog

LIT 328 - Ethnic Literatures

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Literature from diverse cultures with attention to the representation and expression of identities and cultural differences. A study and exploration of imaginative literature that focuses on the process of knowledge, discernment, and awareness whereby human beings make reasoned decisions based on difference. These courses include but are not limited to the relationships between difference and inequality, exclusion and inclusion, representation, identity, and social, economic, and political power, with lectures, discussions, in-class writing, techniques for drafting, developing, shaping, revising, and editing work, supportive feedback, and individual meetings for the development of significant projects and for the assessment of work, with class time divided accordingly. Thematic focus will vary and may include Asian American, African American, Latino/a, Native American/American, Indian or Jewish literatures. May be repeated once as content varies. Prerequisite: LANG 120. Fall and Spring.