ENGL 669

Advanced Topics in Literature, Race and Ethnicity (3)
This course will examine literature that engages specifically with race and ethnicity. Students will be introduced to scholarly approaches to the study of race and ethnicity in literature and will be challenged to think critically about representations of racial and ethnic identities and experiences in a variety of literary traditions. This course is not bound to a specific time period or region and topics may include focused study of particular authors, genres, historical moments, or theoretical frameworks. Topics to be announced each semester. Counts for B.