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SW211 – Southwest Autobiography and Self-Representation: Exploring Culture, Identity, and Place

This course combines literary, cultural, and historical analysis to examine how the U.S. Southwest has impacted and been represented in autobiographical representation (broadly defined). We will discuss the effects of place, race, class, and gender on self narratives and examine the dynamics of what constitutes a Southwest identity.

Offerings

TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2019 Block 2 Southwest Autobiography and Self-Representation: Exploring Culture, Identity, and Place Karen Roybal Tutt Library 108 25/20 12/10/2019