Description: This course provides a study of selected works of speculative literature with close attention to historical, cultural, and political contexts. Where appropriate, attention is given to critical theory informing the production and reception of such speculative literature as science fiction, fantasy, utopia, dystopia, alternate history, fabulist fiction, magical realism, and/or horror. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
No sections currently offered.
Requirement Designation: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Effective Writing
Prerequisite: ((Foundation English Requirement or HON 190) and 3 additional units of ENG-English coursework) or International Exchange Student Group