EN375 - Caribbean Voices

Built on the histories of colonialism, slavery, and indentureship, the Caribbean region has been at the heart of global movements of people and commodities for centuries. This course introduces students to the history of the region through close engagement with literary and cultural productions. It focuses on authors from African, Indian, and Chinese heritages that call these islands home. Discussions are organized around themes of empire, labor migration, racial intimacies, and modes of narrativizing collective histories developed by Caribbean authors. (Not offered 2024-25).

Prerequisite: English 221 or English 250 or consent of instructor.

1 unit

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