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

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AAS 513 - Toni Morrison: Black Book Seminar

College of Arts and Sciences
3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
Crosslisted with: WGS 513 
A multi-dimensional study of Morrison’s bookwork: fiction, non-fiction, and scholarship. Involves conceptual frameworks and ideas that link this project with broader understandings and interpretations of Blacks in the world. A wide range of questions (i.e., aesthetics, feminisms, knowing-politics, language, race) derives from Morrison’s literary witnessing of Black community life.

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