ENGL 2600

ENGL 2600

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2022-2023.

The production of North American Indigenous literatures began long before European colonization, and persists in a variety of printed, sung, carved, painted, written, spoken, and digital media. From oral traditions transmitted through memory and mnemonics to contemporary genres and media, Native North American authors offer Indigenous perspectives on social, political, and environmental experience, through deft artistry and place-specific aesthetics. Our attention will focus on the contexts from which particular Native American literatures emerge, the ethics to consider when entering Indigenous intellectual territory, and close attention to common themes and techniques that frequently appear in contemporary Native American literature. Readings will feature a range of novels, poetry, short fiction, graphic novel/comics, and film.

When Offered Fall.

Distribution Category (LA-AS, ALC-AS, SCD-AS)
Satisfies Requirement This course counts toward the Literatures of the Americas and post-1800 requirements for English majors.

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Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Combined with: AIIS 2600AMST 2600

  • 3 Credits Stdnt Opt

  • 17177 ENGL 2600   SEM 101

    • MW To Be Assigned
    • Aug 22 - Dec 5, 2022
    • Hu Pegues, J

  • Instruction Mode: In Person