NIC offering new Indigenous literature courses starting fall 2018

Explore contemporary Indigenous issues in Canada through academic reading and writing and oral and written literatures in NIC's exciting new courses.

Students have opportunities to engage with writers of national significance as well as local talent at NIC's Write Here Readers Series. Past readings have included well-known Canadian Indigenous writers such as Eden Robinson, Bev Sellars, Duncan Mercredi, Ecko Aleck and more.

Study the texts and oral traditions of Indigenous writers and teachers. Explore fiction, drama, poetry and literary non-fiction using a range of critical and research approaches. Choose from:

Whether you concentrate your university studies on one specific area or explore a variety of subjects, NIC's fully transferable English courses will equip you for success.

 

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