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Contemporary Native Literature in Canada

A study of significant works by Native writers who give voice to their experience in Canada. Issues to be examined include appropriation of voice, Native identity, women in Indigenous societies, and stereotyping. Three hours (lectures and seminars); one term

INDIG ST 3D03

Contemporary Native Literature in Canada

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

A study of significant works by Native writers who give voice to their experience in Canada. Issues to be examined include appropriation of voice, Native identity, women in Indigenous societies, and stereotyping. Three hours (lectures and seminars); one term


Rick Monture

Associate Professor

Three hours (lectures and seminars); one term Prerequisite: Three units of Level II Indigenous Studies or six units of Level II English or permission of the instructor Crosslist: ENGLISH 3W03, PEACE ST 3W03
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