ENG-325 Constructing World Literatures

A study of nonwestern authors from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East as their works intersect, counter, or complement American and British academic and popular representations of non-White cultures and histories. Topics studied may include Arab and Persian literary genres, anti-colonial and anti-imperial movement, and American and British immigrant and transnational diasporic narratives.(Literature Seminars) Prerequisites: 200-level Introduction to Literary Studies course (any version).


3 credits


200-level literature course (any version)must be completed prior to registering for this course.