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|AMST 340 - African American Women's Short Stories|
Focusing on the literary contributions of 20th century African American women fiction writers, this course specifically examines the shared and distinctive ways in which Black women writers represent the politics of Black womanhood in their short stories. This genre is an essential part of the Black women’s literary tradition that is often left unexplored. Collectively, these texts contribute to a radical literary tradition that implores readers to consider the way(s) in which race, gender, class, and/or sexuality inform the fictional lives of Black women and the lives of the writers. In addition to analyzing representations of Black female identity within the works of several prominent writers, the course traces specific themes such as power, privilege, and perspective.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
American Studies Department
African & African American Std, African & Afric-Amer Studies, American Studies, Women's and Gender Studies
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