Literatures of Blacks and Jews from the 20th Century

Comparative study of representative writings by African, Caribbean, and African American authors of the past one hundred years, together with European, American, and South African Jewish authors writing in Yiddish, Hebrew, French, and English. Examination of the paradoxically central role played by minority, or marginal groups, in the creation of modern literature and the articulation of the modern experience.

Also AFAM 343/AFST 326/JDST 325/LITR 343

Instructor: 
Undergraduate Course #: 
231
Th 1.30pm-3.20
Hu
Spring
2017