Programs & Courses
ENGL 3353 - North American Indigenous Literature
North American Indigenous Literature
This course will critically engage the literary works of Indigenous peoples through various genres and will be framed by cultural, historical, social, theoretical, and political contexts. The focus will vary and may include: Indigenous knowledge, Nation/Identity formation, the numbered Treaties, the role of women, humour, orality and language, stereotyping and racism. This course is a Mt. Royal University course for students in their Third and Fourth year. The numbering system is based upon their guidelines. Students register through Medicine Hat College. NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both ENGL 3353 and ENGL 353.
Prerequisite: One of ENGL 2000 level or ENGL 200 level or permission of the Dea