Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

American Literary Encounters: British, Native American, Hispanic, Black Voices

A survey of the literary and rhetorical interaction of voices shaping American identity through literature. Beginning with the earliest work about the encounter of European and Native inhabitants, students study traditions such as Native-American, European-American, and African-American within their cultural and historical context. Readings are selected from both conventional works and oral and sacred traditions.
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Associated Degrees