Regional American Writers
Advanced Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts Modern
This course traces the role of place in the literary traditions of North America, questioning the continuity and significance of regionalism as a defining element of our cultural and literary heritage--and of our future in increasingly global and diverse contexts.
Prerequisite: ENGL T122 or A205
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