ENG355Y1: Transnational Indigenous Literatures

Previous Course Number: 
ENG355H1
Hours: 
72L

A study of works by Indigenous writers from North America and beyond, with significant attention to Indigenous writers in Canada. Texts engage with issues of de/colonization, representation, gender, and sexuality, and span multiple genres, including fiction, life writing, poetry, drama, film, music, and creative non-fiction.

Prerequisite: 

2.0 ENG FCE and any 4.0 FCE

Exclusion: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)