Oglethorpe University professor Reshmi Hebbar (left) challenges students Caleb Logan (center) and Yasmin Tehrani's notions of identity in a course called
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Oglethorpe University professor Reshmi Hebbar (left) challenges students Caleb Logan (center) and Yasmin Tehrani's notions of identity in a course called "Literary Tribalism."

Georgia is a hub of multiculturalism.

 

At Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, there’s a new class tapping into that topic. It's called "Literary Tribalism: How to Read Race, Class, Nation & Gender."

Oglethorpe University English professor Reshmi Hebbar joined us in studio to tell us about her new class. Her students, Caleb Logan and Yasmin Tehrani, also joined the conversation.

On Second Thought host Adam Ragusea speaks with Oglethorpe University professor Reshmi Hebbar and her students Yasmin Tehrani and Caleb Logan.

This story is the latest in our Lessons from Left Field series in which we learn about unconventional classes at schools and universities around the state.