ENGL 6680

ENGL 6680

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Settler colonialism now circulates as a critical orientation across a range of disciplines as it reorients how we understand arrival and dispersal, possession and dispossession in the global north and south. It is also often presumed synonymous with Indigenous studies. This class will consider how Indigenous studies and settler colonial studies differ as we read texts and case studies that offer intersectional analyses of settler colonial studies as it has developed through postcolonial studies. Readings will draw from and be situated through interventions from global Indigenous studies, Black studies, queer studies, and feminist studies as they shape the political, historical, and contemporary understandings of race, land, capitalism, and nation within the United States and Canada in particular, with attention given to other geographies as well.

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  •   Regular Academic Session. 

  • 4 Credits Stdnt Opt

  • 17826 ENGL 6680   SEM 101

  • Instruction Mode: In Person