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AIS 524 - Studies in Southwest Literature

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring
Course Description:

We will study texts representative of the region we now call the American Southwest and concern ourselves with the following questions: What cultural and literary traditions did their makers work within? How did they transcend those traditions? What is the relationship between physical landscapes and imagined cultural geographies in these narratives? How is the "Southwest" represented as a region in each? Graduate-level requirements include an additional term paper.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences