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This course adds a novel dimension to multicultural, diversity, and literature curricula. Video classes are hosted by Dr. Jacquelyn Kilpatrick of Governors State University, and features interactive discussion between students and major contemporary Native American authors. These authors provide insights to their fiction and poetry, and explain the impact of Native American philosophy, culture, and concerns on their work. Common discussion themes include the context in which the writers practice their craft and what it means to be a Native American author.|
|Running Time:||0 minutes (21 episodes)|
|Preview Episode:||Course Overview (#101)|