ENG 636: Multiethnic American Literature

This course will contribute to the breadth and depth of student understanding of Multiethnic American literatures, including but not limited to African American, Asian American, Native, and Latinx literatures. Readings may span the entire history of American literature or may focus on one or two distinct moments from American literary history. The course may also be organized by important topics in Multiethnic American literatures and may examine canonical and non-canonical authors. Topics may vary.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.

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University of Southern Indiana

Instructor: Dr. Laura Soderberg

Credit Hours: 3

Dates: 1/10/22 – 5/6/22
Course meets Monday evenings
5-7:45 pm Central / 6-8:45 pm Eastern

Location: Online, Zoom

Format: Synchronous

Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree with 2.5 GPA, qualified to teach content area