Jun 28, 2022  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENGL 3014 - Intercultural/Intersectional Context and Theory

5 credit hours
An "in context" course satisfies the requirement in that literary area. At the same time, it prepares students for other 3000-level literature courses and for the advanced work required in 4000-level literature courses. Students will learn (1) how to analyze literary texts within their cultural and historical context; (2) how to negotiate different theoretical perspectives, understanding how different interpretations of a literary text are shaped by the critic's critical assumptions and reading practices; and (3) how to write an insightful 8-12 page researched critical argument about a literary work using the conventions of the Modern Language Association. English majors are advised to complete an "in Context" course before taking a 4000-level literature course. 1800-Pres; INT

Terms Typically Offered: One time per year



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