ENGL 316 - Rdngs in Native American Lit

This course is a study of the literature of the indigenous peoples of North America and considers the following: prevalent themes, language use, the effect of contact with European culture, and the cultural values and experiences expressed in the work. Class methodology will include readings, lecture, discussion, tests and written exploration and critique of the literature. Prerequisites: ENGL101 and one lower-level literature or writing course, or permission of the instructor. Either NAMS111 or NAMS121 highly recommended. [Fall, Spring] Liberal Arts/Sciences Elective, Lib Arts/Sci Upper Level, Applied Learning