ENG435H1F L0101ENG435H1F L0101 R3-5
Advanced Studies Group 3
Jackman Humanities Building, Room 627
Brief Description of Course:
This course sets out to query collectivity. We will read theories of collectivity, community, and sociality, and we will explore literature from the perspective of its collective forms and formations. The project of the seminar is to think both historically and theoretically about the ontology of social forms and how literature can act as site, mediator, and antagonism of these forms. We will consider literature particular to these kinds of formations (the manifesto, the pamphlet, the zine, the collective novel, the short story collection) and we will engage debates about the relations between aesthetics and politics.
Method of Evaluation:
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