May 19, 2019  
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ENG 3350 - Sex, Race, and Empire: 1660-1814

Credits: 4
This course examines the emergence of women and black male writers into the world of public authorship in England during the Restoration and eighteenth-century. Addresses questions of gender, constructions of race, and impact of mercantile expansion on the literary imagination. Includes such writers as Cavendish, Behn, Equiano, Wollstonecraft, and Austen. Before 1800.
Prerequisite(s): FYW 1050 .
Fulfills: AL in LS Core
Three hours a week.