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Through a study of selected works from African-American and Black Diasporic writers of the novel, short story, drama, autobiography and poetry, students will engage in an exploration of Black authors in the United States and globally. This course will address the diversity of Black communities as they encounter concepts like Black Womanhood and Black Masculinities, Black Joy, Class, Colorism, Black Sexualities and ueerness, Disability, Misogynoir, Black Migrations and movements toward Social Justice in resistance to antiblackness highlighting the connections between present and past cultural issues impacting Black communities.
Prerequisites: ENG 102.
General Education Area(s): Humanities
Course Area: English & Literature
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-28-2023 - 12-16-2023
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- Instructor: Willie Morris
- Local Course ID: 23FA_DUT_ENG224_1
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- Visit College Website
- Click “register now” to visit the college website to register as a “non-credit” or “non-matriculated” student if you are not enrolled at the campus.
- Contact Registrar
- Contact the registrar’s office or enrollment office to register for the course. Make sure you have the course name and course ID when you register.
- Transfer Credits
- If you plan to transfer credit for the course, make sure you have reviewed the course with the advisor at your current college to ensure the credits will transfer to your degree program.
- Locate Course Materials
- Once you register for the course, visit the campus bookstore to find the books and materials for the course. You will need the course ID to find the books.