ENL135: The Short Story and Human Values

Class Program
Credits 3
This course examines the ways in which short fiction reflects and shapes the human experience. Works examined feature a variety of cultural traditions, allowing students to consider which human values are universal and which may be culturally bound. Students examine the ways in which stories are used to preserve and challenge social institutions such as marriage/family, education, justice, and religion.
Prerequisite Courses
Semester Offered
Satisfies a Humanities & Fine Arts general education requirement.