Short Stories from Around the World: Migration, Identity, and Home
Lifelong Learning

Join us for an eye-opening exploration into some of the ways writers from around the world have used stories to think about identity and belonging in a rapidly changing world. We'll read short stories from a broad variety of cultures and narrative traditions to explore how contemporary fiction uses narrative structure, perspective, voice, and tone to capture the social, political, and ethical challenges of the modern world. Art and stories, these writers suggest, help us make sense of complex social realities, giving us new ways to understand ourselves and our worlds, and offering insight into the experiences of people who may seem different from us. But though these works often raise serious concerns, they exhibit a narrative exuberance, ironic wit, and playful glee in their storytelling, reminding us that the pleasure of stories is as important as the work we do with them.

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Class Sections For Short Stories from Around the World: Migration, Identity, and Home (LLWRC 876)

Spring 2022 Section 1, Starting on: 01/20/2022

This class takes place in person at the Continuing Education and Community Engagement building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). No class on Feb 3. Students must purchase their own copy of "One World Two," ed. Ovo Adagha & Chris Brazier. We hate canceling classes, but sometimes there are forces outside of our control. Please keep this in mind as you purchase supplies and hang onto your receipt. Email our office at lifelong@continue.utah.edu to inquire about the status of a class. Class is limited to 12. Please view the University of Utah's current Covid guidelines for attending classes on campus at https://coronavirus.utah.edu/

Date(s) Day Time Location
01/20/22 - 01/27/22 Th 6:00 pm -7:30 pm UUCE 148
02/10/22 - 03/03/22 Th 6:00 pm -7:30 pm UUCE 148
Tuition: $119.00      

Instructor: SCOTT BLACK

Registration for this class will close on 01/20/2022 at 3:00 p.m.

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