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  Jan 22, 2018
2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AAS 307 - African Women Writers

College of Arts and Sciences
3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
Crosslisted with: WGS 307 
Literature in English and translation by African women writing from a variety of cultural stances and geographic locations in Africa, Europe and North America. Writing styles and creative modes of expression used by African women writers to convey and envision the life of their work. Adichie, Aidoo, Dangaremba, El Sadaawi, Liking, Mbye d’Ernville, Tadjo.

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