An interdisciplinary course that offers students the opportunity to examine thematic topics specific to the humanities. While content will vary each semester, the primary purpose of the course is to promote knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of contributions that writers, artists, and critics of past and present have made to the topic of study and their influence on culture. Topics may include, but not limited to: The Beatles; LGBT Literature and Art; Art, Literature, and Science; Violence and Film; Comedy and Satire; The Self-Reliant Life; Sexism in Film, Art, and Literature. Three class hours.
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Spring Semester 2014