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Courses in English & American Literature
Minority Literature Courses   Suggest a Link
English 102 Multicultural at U. Georgia (writing course with emphasis on multiculturalism; includes links to multicultural resources on the net) (Darren Felty)
Richard Ruppel (Viterbo C., Wisconsin), Multicultural Literature (course)
African American Literature Syllabi 
William Andrews (U. Kansas), African-American Autobiography 
Farah Griggin (U. Penn)
African-American Literature & the City Syllabus 
Meditations on History: Black Women, Writing, and Slavery Syllabus 
Venus Rising: Fiction, Criticism, and Theory by Black Women Syllabus 
Heather Hathaway (Marquette U.)
The Art and Politics of Black Women Writers 
Black Women's Narrative from Slavery to the Harlem Renaissance 
The Harlem Renaissance 
Introduction to African American Lit. 
Chris Suggs (John Jay College, CUNY), African American Literature & American Law 
Sheila Contreras (U. Texas, Austin), Introduction to Chicana Literature 
Al Filreis (U. Penn), The Literature of the Holocaust 
NativeLit-L: Course Syllabi Archive (Michael Wilson)
Chris Schedler (U. California, Santa Barbara), "Weaving Webs: Native American Literature, Oral Tradition, and Internet" (course that studies the relation between the rhetorical and narrative strategies of Native American writers and oral traditions; also examines and tests "notions of the Internet as a new form of orality and tribalism against Native American un

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