Aula 1 (17/10) – Introdução: Irlandesidade e negritude: considerações iniciais 
Aula 2 (24/10) – A ilha das mil boas-vindas?
Leitura obrigatória: Roddy Doyle “Guess Who’s Coming for the Diner”
Aula 3 (31/10)– Reimaginando a nação (branca) 
Leitura obrigatória: Donal Ryan “Eveline” e James Joyce “Eveline”
Aula 4 (07/11) – Para além da heterossexualidade: a homonormatividade 
Leitura obrigatória: Emma Donoghue “The Welcome” 
Aula 5 (14/11) – Existência negra e gêneros ficcionais
Leitura obrigatória: Roisín O’Donnell “Infinite Landscapes”
Aula 6 (21/11) – Erguendo a voz?
Leitura obrigatória: Melatu Okorie “Under the Awning”
Aula 7 (28/11) – Encerramento: Novos paradigmas para o cânone
Leitura obrigatória: Kit De Waal “May the Best Men Win”

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