Aug 18, 2019  
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ENGL 308 - Advanced Studies in Anglophone Literature

4 credits
An examination of literature in English by authors residing in or originating from English speaking nations other than Britain and America. The course may focus on literature from any one region, such as the Caribbean or South Asia; one nation, such as South Africa, Australia, or India; or a continent, such as Africa. It may explore the literature of those who emigrate from those regions, connections between the literature of those who remain at home and those who leave, the effects of colonialism on the nation, or the development of national literatures after colonialism. The course may also focus on specific historical moments, such as apartheid South Africa or Indian partition; or problems, such as the definition of “postcolonial,” hybridity and identity, or the development of global Englishes. Enrollment priority: given to English majors and minors. Prerequisite: ENGL 252  or ENGL 253  as appropriate. Offered in alternate fall semesters. CLA-Diversity International



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