Programs & Courses
ENGL 398 - Children's Literature II
Children's Literature II
This course examines the relationship between the real and the imagined in works for children and adolescents. Focusing on classic and contemporary material that asks readers to think about who they are and what kind of world they inhabit, this course explores the literary, social, and educational values that inform the construction of juvenile realities. The course will cover, in whole or in part, children’s literature written by Indigenous authors. NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both ENGL 398 and ENGL 2299.
Prerequisite: Any two 200 level English courses or consent of the Dean