Readings in African literature, concentrating on major human and political themes and literary techniques.
Lokangaka Losambe ()
Dates: July 13 - August 7, 2015
ENGS 61: African Drama and Film Course Description: Through a study of African literature and films, this course will introduce students to various aspects of life in pre-colonial and post-colonial African societies. The course will particularly focus on African writers? and film makers? handling of issues like history, colonialism, nationalism, post-independence politics, gender, class, and identity politics.
Class participation and two essays of about 12 pages on assigned topics. The required book is : Jeyifo, Biodun, ed. Modern African Drama. New York: Norton, 2001
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