ENG 571 / COM 592 / MOD 570 / HUM 570 / AAS 572

Literary and Cultural Theory: Anti-Fascism

Andrew Cole

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We survey a wide-ranging selection of works that describe fascism in all its complexity, contradiction, spectacle, brutality, and genocide–works that seek to oppose these violences. Each student in the seminar is asked to pair one classic work in antifascism with more recent writings from the field of thought and activism. Final projects can take many forms: a traditional essay, a group project like a three-person roundtable event on antifascism, an interview or interviews with activists in the field, a thorough annotated bibliography, a work of art (plus process statement).

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