HUM 112 Cultures Civilizations and Ideas II

The second half of the year-long course ``Cultures, Civilizations and Ideas'', continues the study of culture through examination of texts through the periods of the Late Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and up to modern times. The course focuses on several themes, most importantly, the concepts of Modernity and Knowledge, Individualism, Cross-Cultural Contact, Social Order and Disorder. As in HUM 111, close reading and discussion of primary texts is the vehicle for the course. Grading is based on a course project, a mid-term examination or term-paper, comprehensive final examination, reading quizzes and class participation. Required authors include, among others: Machiavelli, Shakespeare, Descartes, Rousseau, Hegel, Marx, Kafka. Credit units: 3 ECTS Credit units: 6, Prerequisite: HUM 111 or HUM 121.

Autumn Semester (Patrick Flaherty Fessenbecker, Michael Kurt Ozment, Cory Douglas Stockwell)

Spring Semester (William Norman Coker, Costantino Costantini, Mihaela P. Harper, Dragan Ilic, Daniel Harrison Leonard, Sjoerd Levelt, Andrew Jonathan Ploeg, Cory Douglas Stockwell, Buffy Ann Turner)

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