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  1. Week 1: Introduction 3 items
    This week considers how we *feel* when we think, talk, and write about questions alienation, nation, and belonging.
  2. Week 2: Critical Approaches 4 items
    These readings introduce some of the critical frameworks through which we will investigate the primary texts on this module.
  3. Week 3: What's in a Name? 3 items
    1. The Namesake - Jhumpa Lahiri 2004

      Book Core Reading

  4. Week 4: "Brief Nameless Lives" 3 items
    1. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao - Junot Díaz 2009

      Book Core Reading

  5. Week 6: American Mythologies 5 items
    1. American gods: the author's preferred text - Neil Gaiman c2004

      Book Core Reading

  6. Week 7: Black Atlantics 3 items
    1. On Beauty: A Novel - Zadie Smith 2005

      Book Core Reading

  7. Week 8: Black Aesthetics 3 items
    1. Americanah - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 2013

      Book Core Reading

  8. Week 9: New York Stories 3 items
    1. Fury: A Novel - Salman Rushdie, Salman Rushdie, Salman Rushdie 2001

      Book Core Reading

  9. Week 10: The Mis en Abyme of Transnational Fiction 3 items
    1. The Legacy - Kirsten Tranter 2011

      Book Core Reading

  10. Week 11: 'We Are Not American' 5 items
    1. This is paradise: stories - Kristiana Kahakauwila 2013

      Book Core Reading

    2. The salt-wind =: Ka makani paʻakai - Brandy Nālani McDougall 2008

      Book Core Reading

  11. 'Malinowski and the origins of ethnographic method' from Fieldwork and footnotes: studies in the history of European anthropology - Han F. Vermeulen, Arturo Alvarez Roldán, Arturo Alvarez Roldan, Han F. Vermeulen 1995

    Chapter Core Reading

  12. Tales of the field: on writing ethnography - John Van Maanen 2011

    Book Core Reading