Literature of Diverse Cultures Minor
The Literature of Diverse Cultures minor focuses on comparative race and ethnic studies and includes coursework in areas such as African American literature, Native American literature, postcolonial literature, and women’s literature.
- Requires 18 credit hours:
- Critical Practices and Processes in Literary Studies: ENGL 3000
- ENGL 4810 Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies
- 4 upper-division literature or language electives chosen from among the following:
- ENGL 4820 Studies in Race and/or Ethnic Literature
- ENGL 4825 Native American / Indigenous Literatures
- ENGL 4830 African-American Literature
- ENGL 4840 Post-Colonial Literature
- ENGL 4850 Global Literatures
NOTE: One of the above 4 electives may be fulfilled by ENGL 41xx, 43xx, 44xx, 45xx, 4611, or 47xx, or other courses when the content is appropriate.
For more information or to declare your minor, contact Dr. Steve Hartman Keiser, Director of Undergraduate Studies, or access Marquette's Undergraduate Bulletin.