ENGL 3282 Literature of Migration

4 hours; 4 credits

An international perspective on stories that personalize the interconnected reasons for, and consequences of, global migration and dislocation. Topics covered may include: economic collapse; environmental catastrophe; geo-politics; social injustice; war; the hardships of the journey; the challenges of arrival. Fulfills Breadth and Depth Area Studies A requirement: Race/Ethnicity or Empire/Post-colonialism; or, alternatively, Breadth and Depth Area Studies B requirement: Genre, Thematic Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies.

Prerequisite: English 1010 [1] or 1.7.


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