AAST 343 - Langston Hughes and the Black Aesthetic
2 HU, CD, WR This course is changed from a full semester to second module course, 10.10.2006
Second Module, Second Semester: Focusing in selected poetry, prose, and autobiography, this course will examine the international dimensions of Langston Hughes as writer and cultural critic. As a bridge between the Harlem Renaissance and Black Arts Movements, we will discuss his significant contributions to African Diasporic Literatures and to the development of an African Diasporic literary aesthetic.
Prerequisites & Notes
Credits: 2 hours
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