American Indian Writers and their Cultures

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ENG347

An interdisciplinary examination of the major novels, essays, and poems of American Indian writers since 1969 in relation to their cultural backgounds: history, politics, and American Indian film. Students will explore topics such as resistance to colonization, preservation of history in oral traditions, stereotyping, and cultural genocide. Prerequisites: ITW 101 and one 200-level English course. Spring.