English Studies (ENGL) - Native Literatures of North America

ENGL 3276  Native Literatures of North America


Six credits of 2000 level English (excluding ENGL 2001, ENGL 2002 and ENGL 2011).


ENGL 2275


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




This course offers an historical and self-reflexive exploration of Native North American literature in English (with some work in translation) and its meaning for us as Canadians, both Native and non-Native. After some grounding readings and presentations from the oral tradition of Native 'mythology,' the class will focus on works written in the last two centuries, with an emphasis on the modern and contemporary periods of the twentieth-century. Specific course content varies from year to year. Native Studies students who have not completed the prerequisite may request permission from the Department Chair to take ENGL 3276. This course may be credited towards Native Studies.

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