ENG356Y1: African Canadian Literature

Previous Course Number: 
ENG359H1
Hours: 
72L

Black Canadian Literature (poetry, drama, fiction, non-fiction) from its origin in the African Slave Trade in the eighteenth century to its current flowering as the expression of immigrants, exiles, refugees, ex-slave-descended, and colonial-settler-established communities. Pertinent theoretical works, films, and recorded music are also considered.

Prerequisite: 

2.0 ENG FCE and any 4.0 FCE

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