CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2013
Registration IDENGLH278A01
Course TitleContemporary Women Writers
Credit1.0
DepartmentAfrican and Africana Studies
InstructorAsali Solomon
Time And DaysTTh 1:00-2:30
Room LocationWdsd
Additional Course InfoHU III
Satisfies "Introductory Emphasis" req for Engl Major at Hav.
Readings in novels, short fiction, poetry, and some non-fictional prose by contemporary women writers. A study of the interrelations between literature written by female authors and the questions, concerns, and debates that characterize contemporary feminsit theory. Readings in Moore, Jordan, Gaitskill, Barry, Rankine, Parks, Ng, Morrison, etc.
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CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2013
Registration IDENGLH278A01
Course TitleContemporary Women Writers
Credit1.0
DepartmentEnglish
InstructorAsali Solomon
Time And DaysTTh 1:00-2:30
Room LocationWdsd
Additional Course InfoHU III
Satisfies "Introductory Emphasis" req for Engl Major at Hav.
Readings in novels, short fiction, poetry, and some non-fictional prose by contemporary women writers. A study of the interrelations between literature written by female authors and the questions, concerns, and debates that characterize contemporary feminsit theory. Readings in Moore, Jordan, Gaitskill, Barry, Rankine, Parks, Ng, Morrison, etc.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage
Online Course Information/Syllabus


CampusHaverford
SemesterFall_2013
Registration IDENGLH278A01
Course TitleContemporary Women Writers
Credit1.0
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorAsali Solomon
Time And DaysTTh 1:00-2:30
Room LocationWdsd
Additional Course InfoHU III
Satisfies "Introductory Emphasis" req for Engl Major at Hav.
Readings in novels, short fiction, poetry, and some non-fictional prose by contemporary women writers. A study of the interrelations between literature written by female authors and the questions, concerns, and debates that characterize contemporary feminsit theory. Readings in Moore, Jordan, Gaitskill, Barry, Rankine, Parks, Ng, Morrison, etc.
Miscellaneous LinksView textbook list for this course
Departmental Homepage
Online Course Information/Syllabus



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