LIT 231 - African American Literature3 Cr.
LIT 231 surveys the rich diversity of African American Literature from early slave narratives to contemporary poetry and fiction, emphasizing twentieth-century writers and their works while providing both historical and cultural contexts for the literature.
Meets SUNY General Education requirement for Humanities (H) (Usually offered Spring semesters during the day and during evenings in the Spring of odd-numbered years.)
Pre-Requisites: ENG 102 or permission of the Humanities Division Chair.
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