Jewish American Literature and Culture
Prof. Sasha Senderovich -- firstname.lastname@example.org
This course examines literary and cultural production about the Jewish experience in America. Considers ways in which American Jews assimilate and resist assimilation while Jewish writers, filmmakers, comedians, and graphic novelists imitate and transform American life and literature—with particular emphasis on questions of immigration, identity, gender, sexuality, race, inter-generational trauma, and cultural memory.
Offered as ENGL 357 and JEW ST 357 and RUSS 320 (all the same class)