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ENGL 206: World Literature Crossing Borders: Primary Sources

Caribbean Immigrant Literature

The Danger of the Single Story

Pan-latinidad Literature

Pan-latinidad emerged with renewed force during the civil wars in Central America in the 1980s in order to facilitate solidarity among groups that might otherwise be separated along national, racial, ethnic, class, linguistic, and religious lines. As Latino/Latina groups in the United States grew in number and purchasing power, pan-latinidad underwent yet another shift and became a category created to describe consumers of diverse Latin American origins in that country.

The African Diaspora Migration Literature

Indian Diaspora Literature

Chinese Diaspora Literature