Black Women in Literature - LIT-250

Bunker Hill Community College

Credits: 3

Subject Area(s): Literature

Credential(s): Associate's Degree


This course examines literature by and about Black women from diverse cultural backgrounds. We will investigate the intersections and divergent experiences of Black women across gender, class, sexuality, ideology, as well as the influence of colorism. Our exploration of novels, short stories, poetry, creative non-fiction, music, and drama will help us to analyze how these cultural categories attempt to define Black womanhood. This course meets the General Education requirement for Creative Work. Pre/corequisite: College Writing I (ENG111).

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Black Women in Literature Online Offerings

Course Section Time Instructor Format Start Date End Date
WB- 142497100% Online2024-06-032024-08-23

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