Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19 
    May 27, 2020  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ENG 3600 - Studies in American Literature

3 cr
This course examines significant figures, movements, or themes in American literature.  It could involve the study of the literary career of one or more significant American writers, or a significant literary movement such as transcendentalism, naturalism, imagism, or the Harlem Renaissance, or a broader theme such as American exceptionalism or American imperialism.  Students investigate the critical reception of literary works or figures over time.  Students may investigate the cultural forces behind and contributing to literary productions.  Students may not repeat the course on the same topic.
This course counts towards the Aesthetic Understanding Frame of Reference.
Prerequisite: Highly recommended: ENG 1310 
Spring, even years