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ENG 458W - Race and Ethnicity in American Literature and Culture

3 CR

While we often consider America the “melting pot” or even the “salad bowl,” race and ethnicity have had contested meanings and applications throughout U.S. history; these meanings have often been constructed and contested through literature. This course aims for a better understanding of these important concepts and considers the various meanings of race and ethnicity in U.S. culture explored in and through a variety of literary and cultural texts. (This course is cross listed with AME 458W )

Prerequisite(s): ENG 300W , or AME 201W , or permission of instructor.

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