ENG-2265 Indigenous Literature - 3.00 credits

Surveys Indigenous literature of North America, including the forms and genres of traditional storytelling, fiction, poetry, drama, history, autobiography, essay, and oratory. Explores the theory and debates surrounding the production and study of Indigenous literature. Establishes the foundational nature of oral story telling to Indigenous literature. Celebrates the role of stories in shaping Indigenous identity, community and history. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Requisite Courses: Take ENG-1150 or ENG-1190 (Required, Previous).