EN 308 - Composing America
 
(3 cr.) This research-based, advanced composition and period course is a hybrid that crosses the divide between the study of literature and the study of rhetoric. Students investigate the intersection between literature and literacy/composition practices in the U.S. between World War II and the Vietnam War (1939-72). Participants consider how the U.S. has been composed through the acts of reading and writing by studying a variety of texts (poetry, drama, novels, travel, anthropology, folktales, music, theory, film and art). Prerequisite: EN 101, EN 102; one course from EN level 200; Every Other Year, Fall
 
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