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ENLT 362 - Contemporary Global Literature

Description
In this course, we will read and analyze a variety of genres of texts by contemporary authors from around the world, including novels, author talks, graphic narrative, and nonfiction prose. All of the texts on the syllabus can be analyzed as examples of cultural and artistic expression and are informed by their varied and complex national, ethnic, religious, sociopolitical, and gendered contexts. Throughout the semester, we will discuss how the texts reflect the varied and intertwined histories from which these writers emerge, and how they participate in a larger conversation about our increasingly globalized perspectives. Moreover, we will note the multiplicity of stylistic and artistic choices reflected in the literature we read and consider how global literature challenges our expectations as Western readers. Prerequisite: ENLT 201 and a second ENLT or ENWR course below the 300-level, course, or permission of instructor.
Credits
3
Attributes
ENLT: Global Anglophone, ENLT: Post-Mod-Present, LO3: Global Learning A, LO3: Global Learning B, GLST Intercultural St Conc, LO1: Humanities/Literature, Intercultural Studies, ICS Theory of Culture
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Spring 2018
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1