ENGL 3167 Transnational America
3 hours; 3 credits
Literary works, historical documents, and theoretical paradigms that situate U.S. cultural production in relation to places outside its borders, with particular attention to the Western hemisphere. Topics include: globalization, first contact between Europe and the Americas, cultural dimensions of U.S. foreign policy, forms of expression arising from diaspora experience, and the reception of U.S. culture abroad. This course is the same as American Studies 3307.
Prerequisite: English 1010.
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