HUMN 6341 - The Ethical Implications of Children's Literature
The course examines a wide range of children's literature, both historical and current, with an emphasis on building an adult understanding of the moral and cultural themes in these works. Issues of colonialism, race, ethnicity, gender, and class are confronted. Students become acquainted with different approaches to children's literature by reviewing a variety of literary criticism. This course may be applied to the following curricular field concentrations: humanities; gender studies.