Aug 18, 2018  
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LIT 213H - Montana Literature


Credit(s): 3

Students analyze Native American oral tales and examine past booms and busts: furs, exploration, cattle, mines and homestead leading to today. The journey covers 200+ years. Students evaluate historical time frames and differing viewpoints and examine Montana’s ties to the larger world and the legacies of many cultures. They explore several genres: oral tales, diaries, letters, essays, stories, poems and drama/films. Discussion uses critical thinking to evaluate issues: environmentalism, colonialism, multicultural, aboriginal and women’s rights, and Hollywood’s impact on Montana. (Fall Semester)



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