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ENG211 / EG59

 

 

African-American Literature

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Focuses on major works by black writers and social/historical contexts informing these works. The literature includes slave narratives, essays, autobiographies, poetry, plays and film. Among writers whose works are considered are F. Douglas, L. Brent, W.E.B. DuBois, B. T. Washington, R. Wright, J. Baldwin, G. Brooks, R. Hayden, T. Morrison, A. Walker, A. Wilson, I. Reed and T. McMillan.

 


Prerequisite
ENG101.

 


Offered On
Ammerman Campus in Selden
Eastern Campus in Riverhead
Grant Campus in Brentwood

 


Credits:  3

 


Notes
Fulfills SUNY General Education Requirement for Humanities.