Sign up for LITE 217: Film Interpretation at KCC this winter and the Davidson Auditorium will be your classroom

KCC's Davidson Auditorium.

Kellogg Community College students taking English professor Matt Samra’s LITE 17: Film Interpretation class beginning in January will watch and discuss movies in KCC’s Davidson Auditorium as part of their coursework. The hybrid class is worth three credits and will… Continue Reading

The first five students to sign up for LITE 240: African-American Literature this spring will get class textbooks free

Covers of the four books linked to in the post.

Prospective African-American Literature students at Kellogg Community College this spring have an added incentive to sign up for class: free textbooks. The first five students to register and pay for LITE 240: African-American Literature at KCC for the Spring 2022… Continue Reading

16 books to read during Black History Month, recommended by KCC English professor Ron Davis

A collage of all the book covers for the books recommended in the post.

By Ron DavisKCC English Professor These resources were selected to show African American women and men in diverse situations within the American experience. Black Americans’ experiences in the United States have not all been poor, bad nor negative. Within the… Continue Reading

Study African-American authors from the Midwest in LITE 240: African-American Literature this spring at KCC

A promotional slide for KCC's LITE 240: African-American Literature course.

Kellogg Community College’s LITE 240: African-American Literature course this spring will focus on black American voices from the Midwest, offering a survey of African-American literature from 1600 to the present. Readings in the course next semester will include books, poems, plays and memoirs including works by:… Continue Reading