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AIS 360 : Modern American Indian Authors

Prerequisites: ENG 214 or equivalent (may be taken concurrently).
Description: Literatures of the native peoples of North American; comparison of oral and written literature, indigenous and Western knowledge systems through different forms and forms and functions of literacy; examination of literature, narrative, oratory, poetry, short stories, and contemporary novels recorded and written by Indians from the mid 1850's through contemporary times. Changing literary forms, methods of recordings, celebrating and reaffirming 19th and 20th century Indian life.
Units: 3
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