ENG 3450 - Studies in Literatures Across Cultures
Goals: A critical study of a specific topic in world literature.
Content: Intensive analysis of texts in their cultural contexts. Topics vary from year to year. Recent examples: passages to India, the empire writes back, Harlem renaissance, pan-African oratory, 20th-century Irish literature.
A student may register for this course more than once for different topics.
Note: The English department recommends that students take ENG 1900 and ENG 3020 before taking this course.