PAS 22000 CREATIVE WRITING IN THE BLACK WORLD 3 Credit Hours
Explores the major aesthetic and cultural issues that have historically shaped creative writing in the black world and begins by exploring the African Griot tradition. Students learn about the African-American tradition in literature as an organic part of the larger Pan-African world. Students are expected to write, perform, critique and produce original works in the modes and performance styles of the global African world.
Schedule Type: Lecture
Contact Hours: 3 lecture
Grade Mode: Standard Letter