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ENGL 3166 - VIEW COURSE PROPOSAL – NEW COURSE

 

 

 

Approvals Received:

Department
on 10-14-04
by Jayne Hacker
(hackerje@umn.edu)

Curriculum Committee
on 10-29-04
by Karen Van Horn
(vanhornk@umn.edu)

Approvals Pending:

Curriculum Committee > Campus Assembly > Catalog > PeopleSoft Manual Entry

Effective Status:

Active

Effective Term:

1059 - Fall 2005

Course:

ENGL 3166

Institution:

UMNMO - Morris

Career:

UGRD

College:

MDHU - UMM-Humanities, Div of

Department:

233 - UMM-Humanities, Div of-Adm

 

General

Course Title Short:

Postcolonial Literature

Course Title Long:

Postcolonial Literature

Max-Min Credits
for Course
:

4.0 to 4.0 credit(s)

Catalog
Description
:

Study of literature as site of cultural conflict during and after imperial encounters, from the perspectives of both colonizers and colonized peoples. Particular focus on Britain and its former colonies.

Additional Course
Information
(for catalog
production):

offered when feasible

Grading Basis:

Stdnt Opt

Honors Course:

No

Delivery Mode(s):

Classroom

Years most
frequently offered
:

Other frequency

Term(s) most
frequently offered
:

Fall

Component 1:

LEC (no final exam)

Auto-Enroll
Course
:

No

Graded
Component
:

LEC

Academic
Progress Units
:

Not allowed to bypass limits.
4.0 credit(s)

Financial Aid
Progress Units
:

Not allowed to bypass limits.
4.0 credit(s)

Repetition of
Course
:

Repetition not allowed.

Course
Prerequisites
for Catalog
:

1131, two from 2201, 2202, 2211, 2212

Course
Equivalency
:

No course equivalencies

Consent
Requirement
:

No required consent

Enforced
Prerequisites
:
(course-based or
non-course-based)

1131

Editor Comments:

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Proposal Changes:

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History Information:

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Assessment
and Goals
:

This is an advanced course that requires reading both in primary literary texts and in recent postcolonial theory. Assignments include papers and a brief presentation in class.

Rationale for
Changes or
Exceptions
:

THIS IS AN ADVANCED COURSE DEALING WITH ISSUES OF IMPERIALISM AND ITS AFTERMATH. STUDENTS WILL ANALYZE THE CULTURAL EFFECTS OF IMPERIALISM FROM MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES, RANGING FROM THE COLONIAL LITERATURES OF LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN TO THE LATER BACKLASH OF FORMERLY COLONIZED WRITERS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.

 

General Education

Faculty
Sponsor Name
:

Bradley Deane.

Requirement
this course fulfills
:

HUM - HUM Communication, Language, Literature & Philosophy

 

Provisional
Approval:

No

Regular
Approval:

Yes; date: Oct 14, 2004