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.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as AFR 335
and GWS 335
Open to juniors and seniors, and to others who have taken ENG 250
Enrollment limited to 18 students.