18th Century Romanticism to Postmodernism
Florida State University-Valencia Study Center
Area of Study
English, Literature, Literatures in English
Taught In English
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Hours & Credits
This course offers the student an interdisciplinary study of Humanities through a study of architecture, the arts, literature, philosophy, religion, music, dance, science/technology and the major cultural movements. The course will conceptualize the idea of the Enlightenment and following movements and, specifically, its significance and consequences for our present historical situation. By the end of the semester the students in HUM 2250 should:
1. Gain a background in the concept of the Enlightenment and subsequent movements
2. Be able to contextualize the concept of the Enlightenment and its importance
3. Understand the importance of an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to the study of the Western tradition.
This course will offer an examination of the Western intellectual heritage from the Enlightenment to the Modern Era. Students will learn the material through use of lectures, a textbook, primary source readings, and through the visual and performing arts. MyArtsLab, Bb and other media will be used to convey this material.
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