Dr. Liz Ahl

When we speak of putting learners at the centers of our classrooms and enabling them to be active participants (rather than passive recipients) in their education, we owe a debt to Women’s Studies.
- Dr. Liz Ahl, from her 2005 Kalikow Award acceptance speech.

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EN 2250 - Identity and Difference in American Literature
Credits: 3
Introductory Course. Close reading and analysis of significant American texts, authors' genres and/or periods with a critical emphasis on relevant concepts such as ideology, canonicity, identity politics, difference, assimilation and cultural appropriation. Students explore how such categories as race, gender, ethnicity, social class, region, religion, nationality, sexual orientation and/or ability have been constructed and performed through literature. Course content varies depending on instructor. Springs. (DICO)

*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.