Black (life) Narratives
Course examines first person literary accounts treating the lives and experiences of people of African descent. Exploring literature's role in humanizing Black voices at both the individual and collective levels, class member will read works by Douglass (1855), Jacobs (1865), Wells (1892),and Malcolm X(1965), among others. BLACK LIVES MATTER considers ways in which Black writers offer possibilities for audiences to interpret and/or discuss race as a field within American cultural landscape.
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