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Explore how African writers use the aesthetics of the global novel to present innovative reflections on migration, subaltern sexualities, imperial ruins, terrorism and war.
"New York, I want to be a part of it," so the song goes, and many of us want to be a part of New York.
In this course, we will consider how New York has been represented in American literature. Students will also have the opportunity to travel to New York with the professor during Reading Week.
From the Wizard of Oz to Willy Wonka, children's literature is full of hucksters, marketers, and advertising gurus. This course examines the relationship between the advertising industry and the children who -- in novels written for and about them -- function as targets, participants, and sometimes even products.
Are you looking for a career that is connected to your creative passion? Are you considering Arts Management or a teaching career at elementary, high school, or college level?
The future is wide open for graduates of Theatre Studies at Western and the courses offer students a unique opportunity to study drama, theatre, and performance from a wide range of perspectives in a fully interdisciplinary program.
When do creativity and innovation turn into mere buzzwords and memes of 21st century society and lose their capacity to startle, transform, even threaten our accepted ideas and beliefs?
Examine the history of madness and open yourself to a more compassionate and productive understanding of how madness and creativity are intimately connected – and necessary to the planet’s survival.
Learn how culture trains us as leaders and what it teaches us about leadership.
Through key works of literature and culture, study the ethical dilemmas and moral choices faced by leaders and what role they play – hero, manager, thinker, strategist, artist, figurehead, authority?