ENGL202 : Race and Ethnicity in Literature

This course is a study of literature from a variety of racially and ethnically diverse cultures, emphasizing struggles that have been overcome and suffering which people have endured. Students will use literature to discuss their own value systems (text to world critical thinking); providing a safe environment in which students can academically discuss a subject that troubles our culture today. This course is delivered not through lecture but reading, discussion, and reflective writing. Emphasis is also on the historic/geographic/political influences on a people and its literature. Meets General Education Requirement for Diversity and Humanities.

Prerequisites

ENGL101 with a grade of C or better

Overview

Program

Credits

3
Lecture Hours
3
Lab/Clinical/Field Study Hours
0