ENG 355 BLACK WOMEN IN PRINT & SCREEN

A study of cinematic and literary works featuring and/or created by African-American women, this course discusses the problems and possibilities entailed in representing black women in art. Topics include feminism, womanism, sexuality, class, and regionalism. Readings/screenings may include the films Bush Mama and Pariah and the novels Push and Passing.

Credits

4

Cross Listed Courses

This is the same course as AFR 335/AMS 335/CRE 336/FLM 335 and GWS 335.

Prerequisite

Open to juniors and seniors, and to others who have taken ENG 250 (formerly 220).

Enrollment Limit

Enrollment limited to 18 students.

Attributes

W