EN220-B Non-Canonical Voices: Ethnic Literature
Language, Theatre, and Communication Arts credits: 3
One of two courses that satisfy the Non-Canonical Voices requirement for the Literatures in English major, EN220-B focuses on the reading of prose fiction, poetry, and drama created by American writers emerging out of and giving voice to a variety of ethnic traditions in order to deepen their awareness of marginalized voices in American Literature. Among others, the class will consider literature produced by ethnicities such as Chinese-American, Chicano and Chicana, and Native
American. While this course primarily serves the Literatures in English Major, students from other majors seeking a greater understanding of ethnic diversity in our society may also enroll. Alternates with EN220-A Non-Canonical Voices: African-American Literature. Prerequisites: CP100 or equivalent. Co-requisite: CP245, or equivalent.