ENG 570 Women’s Literature: Experimental Literature by Women

Description

This course considers some established traditions in writing by women, while paying close attention to how these traditions are both revisited and revised by subsequent writers. We will consider how the texts are in dialogue with one another as well as whose voices and experiences remain silenced in various texts.  Using the historical context of the various waves of the women's movement, along with the framework of feminist theory, the course seeks to highlight both the establishment of and resistance to traditions in literature by women.

Specifications

  • Hours: 3

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Audrey Becker, Ph.D.
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Department Chair

Darcy L. Brandel, Ph.D.
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