ENGL 337 African American Literature I: Slave Narrative & Early African American Literary Tradition (4)
This course is a study of the origins of African American literary and vernacular traditions. Formal and thematic analysis of this tradition in 18th century and Antebellum America (with some examination of Britain). A goal is to understand the influence of this tradition on the form and focus of contemporary African American Writers.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Arts & Humanities; PDE
- Prerequisite: ENGL 101W or AES 150 or ANTH 356 or ARTH 362 or CINE 110 or CLAS 171 or FREN 340 or GERM 340 or JAPN 314W or JAPN 340 or MUSC 212 or MUSC 281 or PHIL 370W or REL 113 or RUSS 242W or RUSS 245W or RUSS 250W or RUSS 320W or RUSS 325 or SPAN 340 or THTR 213 or THTR 219 or THTR 318W or WGS 134 or WGS 245
- Offering: Annually
- Instructor: Staff