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Literature and Cultural Identity H1ENG001

In this cluster students can work in a range of courses involving questions of national, ethnic and racial identity. How do issues of ethnic and racial identity figure in forms of literary and cultural expression for authors and for readers? How does our own cultural identity affect the way we read and think about literature?

Fulfills the Humanities area of the Rochester Curriculum. Declare This Cluster

In this cluster students can work in a range of courses involving questions of national, ethnic and racial identity. How do issues of ethnic and racial identity figure in forms of literary and cultural expression for authors and for readers? How does our own cultural identity affect the way we read and think about literature?

Fulfills the Humanities area of the Rochester Curriculum.

Choose three of the following
ENGL115 Introduction To American Literature
ENGL116 Intro. To African American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as AAAS156, ENGL116, GSWS155.
ENGL228 African American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as AAAS214, ENGL228, FMST237.
ENGL230 Studies In American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.
ENGL243 Studies In A Major Author (If Applicable)
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as ENGL243, ENGL443.
ENGL250 Literature And Ethnicity (If Applicable)
ENGL254 Arthurian Literature
ENGL262 Studies In A National Cinema
ENGL284 Orality Language & Literacy
Valid Starting Fall 2010
Choose three of the following
ENGL115 Introduction To American Literature
ENGL116 Intro. To African American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as AAAS156, ENGL116, GSWS155.
ENGL228 African American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as AAAS214, ENGL228, FMST237.
ENGL230 Studies In American Literature
Last Offered in Fall 2020.
ENGL243 Studies In A Major Author (If Applicable)
Last Offered in Fall 2020.Crosslisted as ENGL243, ENGL443.
ENGL250 Literature And Ethnicity (If Applicable)
ENGL254 Arthurian Literature
ENGL262 Studies In A National Cinema
ENGL284 Orality Language & Literacy
Valid Starting Fall 2010
The specific authors and works studied in ENG 228, 230, 245, 250 and 262 differ each semester. Students may take more than one course with the same number.
The specific authors and works studied in ENG 228, 230, 245, 250 and 262 differ each semester. Students may take more than one course with the same number.