Credits: 3 credits
Students analyze modern and contemporary writing (in English) of Indigenous peoples in various parts of the world, with a focus on those of Canada and the United States. Students explore how Indigenous writers adapt oral strategies to writing and employ various techniques and devices to challenge and subvert colonial assumptions about genre, gender, class, and race.
Prerequisite: Six 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
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