ENG-2265 Native American Literature - 3.00 credits

Survey of North American Native literature will examine several genres that can include traditional stories, fiction, poetry, drama, history, autobiography, essays, and speeches. Addresses concepts, approaches, and debates that inform the production and study of Aboriginal literatures. Starts with exploring the oral tradition as a basis to storytelling. Analyzes the roles stories have always played in shaping and reflecting Aboriginal identities, communities, and histories. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Requisite Courses: Take ENG-1150 or ENG-1190. (Required, Previous).