Rochester Community and Technical College
Black Persephone: African-American Women Write Greek Myth
#: CBEP   ID: 9154   Section: 030420  
Description:
In addition to Toni Morrison, several of the most prominent contemporary African-American women writers employ Greek myth or mythological archetypes, especially that of Persephone, to structure their work.  After an initial explanation of relevant mythological themes and contemporary issues in African-American feminist critique, this class will explore literature by Rita Dove, Gloria Naylor, and Alice Walker. Bag lunch is included if your registration is received by Feb. 26.
Bring to Class:
Location:
RCTC Heintz Center
1926 Collegeview Road SE
Rochester, MN 55904
Room, H1415
Day(s):
Varied Schedule
Time:
10:00 AM
Sessions:
2
Cost:
$35.00
Instructor:
Registration Cutoff Date:
Dates & Times:
03/04/2020   10:00AM - 12:00PM
03/04/2020   1:00PM - 3:00PM