Place, Space, and Migration in Modern Arabic Literature and Film

ARABIC 3702: Place, Space, and Migration in Modern Arabic Literature and Film

This course on modern Arabic literature and culture in translation focuses on questions of belonging, relationship to space, and migration. It examines how Arabic literary narratives, films, documentaries, and other arts have imagined modes of belonging to spaces such as cities and nations, the natural world (and even the universe!) from the early postcolonial period to the present.
Prereq: English 1110. GE lit and diversity global studies course.
Credit Hours
3

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