AP/EN 4005 3.00
Literature and Animals
This course takes a critical approach examining and comparing the representation of animals in literary works. Topics under consideration may include the discursivity of animality; the transformation of European literary forms in settler colonies; human-animal interactions; the animal rights movement; representations of hybridity and monstrosity; eco-criticism and the discourse of environmental degeneration.
Course credit exclusions: None. Open to: Yr 04 Honours English, ENPR, PRWR and CRWR majors/minors.