Global Studies/English (GL/EN)

GL/EN-107 Journalism and Democracy

This course introduces students to the history of American journalism and the role of journalism in democratic and non-democratic societies.

3 Credits

GL/EN-132 World Literature: Survey of Asian, African and Latin American Literature

LASC Categories: DAC, GP, TLC

3 Credits

GL/EN-167 Literature and Human Rights

LASC Categories: GP, DAC, HBS

An analysis of in ternational creative writing dealing with the subject of human rights. Resource persons from different fields will be utilized.

3 Credits

GL/EN-169 Ethnic Literature in the U.S.

LASC Categories: TLC, USW, DAC

Study of ehtnic literature in the U.S., focusing on African-American, Asian-American, Latino, and Native American writers.

3 Credits

GL/EN-240 Survey of Postcolonial and Transcultural Literature

LASC Categories: GP

Prerequisites: EN-102 or EN-250

Introduction to literatures in English from formerly colonized countries in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, and from the postcolonial diaspora.

3 Credits

GL/EN-348 Postcolonial Women's Writing

LASC Categories: GP

Prerequisites: EN-102

Writing by women from colonized and formerly colonized countries on local and global issues shaping women's lives and creative expression.

3 Credits

GL/EN-400 Seminar

Prerequisites: EN-102

Student prsentations on individual figures and particular problems in literature.

3 Credits

GL/EN-450 Special Topics in English

Prerequisites: EN-102

Specific content will vary in response to particular student and faculty interests.

3 Credits