• Course Number: ENGL 34NA
  • Prerequisites:

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  • Catalog Course Entry: ENGL 34NA
  • Quarter: Winter 2022

Designed to serve as a preparatory entry to the American Indian and Indigenous Minor, this course is open to all aspiring English majors and students pursuing the AII Minor. We feature the power of story as a maker of culture, different ways of culturally informed reading, and the practice of reading through a knowledge of from Indigenous, intra-tribal and inter-tribal perspectives. In addition to learning the history and the narrative sinews of peoples, English 34NA includes novels, stories, comics, poetry, rap, painting, film, and memoir, honoring a deep drive into some of the most vital creative work of the late 20th and 21st centuries. Authors may include but are not limited to Miranda, Hogan, Orange, Owens, and Silko.


  • Schedule & Location
  • Day(s): mon wed
  • Time: 3:30 pm–4:45 pm
  • Location: GIRV 1108