Course code:

HS3059

Level:

M - Intermediate

This course is a challenging introduction to several centuries of Native American literature, the relevance of historical and cultural facts to its literary forms, and the challenges of bridging oral and written traditions.

Authors include such writers as Silko, Erdrich, Harjo, Vizenor, and McNickle as well as earlier speeches and short stories.

We also consider non-native readings and appropriation of Native American styles, material, and world views.

 

Prerequisites:

None

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