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MID-AMERICA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITYCollege of Adult and Graduate StudiesSURVEY OF AMERICANLITERATURE: SINCE 1865ENGL 2603SyllabusASSOCIATES IN ARTS & ETHICS PROGRAM& ASAS GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE OFFERINGSONLINEADULT SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCESRevision: June 16, 2013
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Survey of American LiteratureMACU College of Adult and Graduate Studies2InstructorSee Contact Information in D2L under News in Course HomeCourse DescriptionThis course is a study of American literature from 1865 to the present with an emphasis onliterary analysis, literary theory, and the relationship of literature and cultural milieus.Student OutcomesUpon completion of this module the student will learn to:1.Identify authors and literature from the mid-19thcentury to the present.2.Identify the cultural, religious, social, and political influences upon the historical periodsof American literature from the mid-19thcentury to the present.3.Critique and analyze the prose, poetry, and drama of American literature, employing theReader response method of literary critical theory, from the mid-19thcentury to thepresent.4.Identify, critique, and analyze literary works by Native Americans, Hispanic Americans,and African American from the mid-19thcentury to the present.5.Identify, critique, and analyze literary works by female authors from the mid-19thcenturyto the present.6.Assess the influence of literature on society and the influence of society on literature.Required Textbook and Other MaterialsBaym, N., Levine, R. S., Franklin, W., Gura, P. F., Klinkowitz, J., Krupat,A., Loeffelholz, M., Reesman, J. C., & Wallace, P. B. (2011).The Norton anthology ofAmerican literature(Vols. C, D, E, 8thed.). New York, NY:W.W. Norton & Company.

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Winter
Professor
Anna Irwin
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Literature, American Literature, Harlem Renaissance, Literary Theory, D2L, Survey of American Literature
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