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EN3275 - Transcultural Literature - 4.5 Credits

This literature course explores the multicultural and global perspectives of ethnic and cultural groups by examining the writings of people of color. Transcultural literature is comprised of writings that characterize the racial, ethnic, and social diversity in the world. These diverse cultures include voices typically omitted from the traditional canon. This course offers the opportunity for students to learn about the range of experiences and possibilities in the world and move beyond resistance to engagement. This course engages students in a process of questioning, research, presentation, and reflection.

Prerequisite: EN1300

Delivery: on campus and online