This summer, students have the opportunity to explore the diverse world of Chicanx/Latinx literature, examining the various cultural movements and concepts that shape the authors’ stories and styles. Through analyzing the work of authors from various Latinx identities, students can discover the formal, thematic, and cultural diversity woven into each story.
This course will cover a range of different media, including novels, poetry, short stories, and comics. Using these works, students will analyze and discuss the relevant literary techniques and themes and how they lend a unique voice to each piece.
This course fulfills lower-division elective credits for the English Major and the Old English Major, credits for the English minor, and the Arts & Letters, IP, and US: Difference, Inequality, and Agency general requirements.
ENG 243 — Introduction to Chicanx/Latinx Literature￼
For more information, contact Marcel Brousseau. Be sure to check with your English advisor to see how this course fits with your Summer 2020 class schedule!