Black Prison Writing, USA - 01
ENG 0191 - 01
This course confronts the Pan-African problematic of the politics of prison (and mass criminalization) without losing sight of the connection between imprisonment and enslavement, whether past or present. We will focus on North America as a historic site of struggle for recent Black writing from and about prisons, confinement, incarceration, jailing, lock-up/lock-down, etc., etc.
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Basic Enrollment Requirements:
Academic Year (Fall/Spring): Unofficial Transcript – Bachelor’s Degree or progress towards a Bachelor’s Degree + 3.0 GPA.
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Remission Eligible: Yes; first day of term; all university policies apply.
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