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MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE IN THE UNITED STATES

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MULTICULTURAL LITERATURE IN THE UNITED STATES

2021 Fall Term

3 Units [ESIK]

UW Extended Campus Online EN278

A study of literature written by, and expressing the perspectives of, writers from minority groups in the United States. The course includes readings by contemporary writers focusing on the experiences of African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans through their essays, poetry, fiction, and drama. As an interdisciplinary course, the literature is read in the context of American history and culture.

Other Requirements: PREREQ: UWX EN101 OR PLACEMENT INTO UWX EN102

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-LEC 1977
3 Units [ESIK]
09/07 - 12/11 (1)
Edward Stredulinsky
WEB BASED
This UWX course runs through 12/17/2021.

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