Colonialism, Indigeneity, Theory
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course provides a theoretical overview of the role that the English language and its literatures played in the British and North American colonial projects, as well as theorizing the role of literature in English in ongoing processes of resistance and decolonization in these spheres. About half the course will focus on North America and what is now Canada, and will explore examples from the Haudenosaunee communities that have a historical claim to the land on which Laurier resides.

Additional Course Information
Brantford Campus

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Academic Planning Committee Revisions February 26, 2019: EN364 Title and description change; effective September 1, 2019.