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Courses: Black American Lit II (ENG-228)

Black American Lit II (ENG-228)
This course includes a survey of the selected writings by African Americans emphasizing the literary significance of each work and author, studied in its historical and sociological contexts from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s to the resurgent cultural self-consciousness of the 1960s to the present proliferation of African American literature.

Course Name: ENG-228
Departments: English-Mod Language-FA
Course Types: Humanities; Diversity
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Prerequisites: ENG-102 (or) ENG-122
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