ENG2000 Perspectives in Transnational Lit, S2015

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ENG2000 Perspectives in Transnational Lit, S2015
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Department
English
Course Code
ENG2000
Semester / Year
Spring 2015
Course Description

In this course, we will study literature across genres, eras, and locales. We will examine broad themes such as family and home, the individual and society, good and evil, and the conflicts surrounding globalization. Specifically, we will examine the fascinating and yet confusing concept of globalization, especially its relation to literature. The central questions that we will ask in this class are: what does globalization feel like?, and, what does it feel like to be transnational? The novels, short stories, non-fiction essays, and poems that we will read will help us answer this question, for literature is very good at revealing and performing feelings.

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This course was created by: Professor Sean Scanlan

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