HWST 263 : Hawaiian and Indigenous Film & Literature

This course is a study of film & literature created by Native Hawaiians and other Indigenous peoples; especially to focus on the situational and cultural impetus from which these texts were created.

Prerequisites

Grade of C or better in HWST 107 or PACS 108, or instructor consent.

Course Outcomes

  • Illustrate major themes seen across different film & literary works.
  • Describe the diversity of film & literary opinions, conflict, and commonality in texts in course..
  • Discuss stories and storytellers from a range of ethnic and cultural indigenous groups.

Course Details

Discipline:

Credits:

3

Lecture Hours:

3

Designation:

DL