Search Results

AMST 351     Toni Morrison  (4)

This course explores selected fiction by Toni Morrison and some of the literary criticism that surrounds her work. It examines Morrison's treatment of race, class, gender, and sexuality in her fiction, and also considers some of her nonfiction, interviews, and speeches to gain a clearer understanding of her contributions to the American literary canon and the African American literary tradition.

Women's and Gender Studies

http://e-catalog.sewanee.edu/arts-sciences/departments-interdisciplinary-programs/womens-gender-studies/

...themes such as power, privilege, and perspective. AMST 351 Toni Morrison (4) This course explores...

American Studies

http://e-catalog.sewanee.edu/arts-sciences/departments-interdisciplinary-programs/american-studies/

...of Black female identity. AMST 444 Independent Study...privilege, and perspective. WMST 351 Toni Morrison (4...