English Area Groupings - African Caribbean Women Writers ENGL 3088   African Caribbean Women Writers
This course will consider African Caribbean women writers from through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. By exploring prose, poetry, drama, and music, we will consider how these women writers address diverse topics such as the experience of coming of age, the intersections between race and gender, familial relations, and sexuality. This course will introduce you to some of the most common thematic concerns of African diasporic women’s writing as well as introduce you to the multiplicity of approaches different writers take to these themes.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: Completion of 6.0 credit hours at the 1000 level in ENGL, CRWR, KING or PERF.