ENGC19H3: Transnational Literature

The world is increasingly interrelated - economically, digitally, and culturally. Migrants and capitalists move across borders. So do criminals and terrorists. Writers, too, travel between countries; novels and films are set in various locales. How have writers had to re-invent generic conventions to imagine the world beyond the nation and the new links among distant places?

Prerequisite
Any 6.0 credits
Exclusion
ENG370H
Breadth Requirements
Arts, Literature and Language