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From Gerald R. Lucas

Course Goals

Students who satisfactorily complete this course will:

  • Be familiar with various forms and styles of the disciplines within the humanities and have a basic knowledge of terms, techniques, and media within the arts, specifically science fiction;
  • Understand and apply formalist or “new critical” analyses to interdisciplinary texts;
  • Have a general knowledge of the influential and/or instigating effect of the visual arts, music, literature, sculpture, architecture, religion, and philosophy within the context of 20th-century Western civilization;
  • Understand and illustrate the diversity in the various forms and styles of humanities;
  • Apply critical thinking to the study of humanities, such that the student can see similarities and differences, make critical connections to the present, and understand the varying historical conditions which determine human values, particularly those that make up the modernist sensibility;
  • Obtain a literacy in editing Wikipedia articles.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

  • Students will demonstrate effective writing skills for a contemporary audience.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze, synthesize, and compare elements of interdisciplinary texts.
  • Students will demonstrate secondary research skills to support critical interpretations of cultural texts.
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