ENGL 4430 Studies in Literature and the Environment (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students explore the relationships between humans and the natural (or the “more-than-human") environment as it is represented in a variety of literary sources, such as poems, plays, short stories, novels and creative non-fiction. Students analyze the construction of the natural world through language, genre, imagery, and narrative. The specific focus of the course will change each year. Prerequisites: 6 credits of first-year English (with the exception of ENGL 1150) or equivalent AND completion of 45 credits OR permission of the instructor or department chair. Note that students cannot receive credit for both ENGL 4430 and ENGL 4231
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