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Students will practice the analysis of literary discourse and the formation of critical arguments. Examines the connections between literature and other art forms, such as film, painting, music, and performance. Emphasizes the methods of interpretation and critical theory in studying the relationships of artistic expression. Studies the work of major artists and writers, as well as examples at local galleries, museums, and performance spaces. Examines multicultural and multi-ethnic literature by American authors. Focuses on novels, short stories, essays, and poetry that examine the social construction of race in American society, the construction of American identity, and the intersections of race, class, and gender.
Examines the concepts of “nature”, “environment”, and “wilderness” across a range of literary texts produced by a variety of voices and considers how broader contexts-such as the historical, personal, or cultural-shape how writers represent nature and environment in their work. Examines the aesthetic, social, and cultural expressions of English literature through its major authors, modes, themes, and periods. Examines works of literature and philosophy of ancient Western Civilization as the foundation for subsequent Western writing and thought. May include Homer’s Odyssey, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King, Plato’s Apology, and Virgil’s Aeneid. Critically examines works of literature and literary theology from the medieval and Renaissance eras in Europe.