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ENG2160D551GarciaSpring2020

ENG2160D551GarciaSpring2020

This course focuses on literature, scholarly writing, and films that examine specifically the role(s) of girls and women, both nationally and internationally, and determines whether women themselves or others (external forces, individuals, or social systems) construct definitions of womanhood. The course utilizes texts, by both men and women, and addresses such themes as womanism, stereotypes, feminism, violence, politics, intimate/familial relationships, sex, sexuality, sexual orientation, and prescribed and evolving gender roles as they relate to girls and women.

AFR 1321 Black Theatre Fall 2018 Mon-Wed

AFR 1321 Black Theatre Fall 2018 Mon-Wed

This introductory course on African American dramatic literature explores the complex ways in which the black experience is constructed and presented by playwrights. In order to examine who or what informs contemporary Black playwrights, this course is divided into three parts. First, it will include a historical overview of early Black theatre beyond and within the United States. Second, it will analyze how contemporary playwrights have been influenced by Lorraine Hansberry, Leroi Jones, and Ntozake Shange. Third, it will consider the extent to which contemporary Black playwrights use theatre and performance to examine the social and political realities of Africana people. During the semester, students may have an opportunity to experience a theatrical production in New York City.

ENG 1121: Writing Across Situations

ENG 1121: Writing Across Situations

This is the second semester first-year writing course in a two-course sequence focused on writing, rhetoric, analysis, transfer, genre awareness, and research-based writing.

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