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Native American Literature

This course examines some of the ways in which Native American writers express their cultural traditions through literature, with an emphasis on how histories of struggle and survival are reflected in both content and style. Readings include contemporary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, as well as traditional stories and songs. Special attention is given to how these texts help us to better understand and explain the relationships between human beings and the natural world in Native American cultures, including concepts of power, systems of tribal thought and ethics, and culturally based ways of knowing. Background for guided discussion and discussion and study is provided through readings, slides and films.

Offered in:

2017 Spring

Section Class Number Schedule/Time Instructor Location
01 13162 MWF
1:00 - 1:50 pm
Barron,Patrick V Y04-4190
Session: Regular
Class Dates: 01/23/2017
Capacity: 25
Enrolled: 20
Status: Open
Credits: 3/3
Class Notes:
Pre Requisites: Pre-req = ENGL 200 or 201 or 206
Course Attributes: Diversity Area: United States