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Intro Native American Lit

Introduction to Native American Literatures In this class, we'll read novels, short stories, excerpts frommemoirs, and non-fiction by writers from many Indigenous Nationsof North America, especially writing from the mid-20th centurythrough the present. We'll consider texts in relation tohistory, cultural values, identity, sexuality, and the Land, andas resistance to colonialism. Survivance, sovereignty, evolvingunderstandings of tradition, and the power of story will be keyconcepts that we bring to our examination of the texts.

Section: IHAMST-248-01
Credits: 4
Days: T
Times: 2:00PM‑5:30PM (T)
Start/End Date: 01/21/ - 05/08/
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: Introduction to Native American Literatures In this class, we'll read novels, short stories, excerpts frommemoirs, and non-fiction by writers from many Indigenous Nationsof North America, especially writing from the mid-20th centurythrough the present. We'll consider texts in relation tohistory, cultural values, identity, sexuality, and the Land, andas resistance to colonialism. Survivance, sovereignty, evolvingunderstandings of tradition, and the power of story will be keyconcepts that we bring to our examination of the texts.

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