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ENGL 217

ENGL 217 Indigenous Literatures
3 Credits

This course is a broad introduction to literature produced by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis authors, and is designed to prepare learners for further studies in Indigenous and world literatures in the discipline of English. Learners will gain an appreciation of the extraordinary diversity of Indigenous literatures in Canada by reading, listening to, and analyzing contemporary and historical works. Learners will learn about the cultural, historical, social, and political contexts in which Indigenous literatures have been produced. Learners will be asked to consider Indigenous literatures in terms of literary techniques, and post-colonial theory and settler colonialism of the past and present.

ENGL-102,ENGL-101,ENGL-101 and ENGL-102

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