ENG-233 The Literature of Immigrants

This course examines nonwestern immigrant experiences in North America and Britain through fiction, poetry, personal memoir, and letters. Topics may include generational conflicts, hyphenated identity, racial discrimination, and immigrant rights. We will study the emergence of immigrant activism and the effects of twentieth-century wars, foreign policies, and immigration laws on domestic civil rights movements.(Introduction to Literary Studies) Prerequisites: FYS-101 or FYS-110


3 credits


FYS-101 or FYS-110 must be completed prior to registering for this course.