ENG 362 Topics in Global Literatures

Specialized themes in postcolonial literature and theory, such as anticolonial struggle and national liberation; critiques of Western thought and culture; contemporary U.S. imperialism in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and beyond; borders, migration, and critical refugee studies; and the endless, perhaps impossible, project to decolonize the mind and imagine a truly post-colonial society. Particular topics vary by semester; course may be taken twice if topic varies.

Credits:

3 May be repeated for a maximum 6 credits

Hours

3

Requirement Designation

Regular Liberal Arts

Prerequisite

Departmental permission.