ENGL1401W: Introduction to World Literatures in English

4 CreditsEnvironmentEthical and Civic ResponsibilityGlobal PerspectivesLiteratureOral Communication & LanguagesWriting Intensive

This writing-intensive course will introduce you to texts from geographical locations such as Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean with the aim of examining the impact that colonialism has had on previously colonized nations, as well as the world as a whole. Through close readings of these texts, we will examine questions related to concepts such as "third world," nationalism, difference, representation, and displacement.

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