LCS 4930 Humanities Seminar I - West

A Western Great Books course exploring the seminal texts of Western culture and examining the fundamental questions of what it means to be human. The book list may vary from semester to semester, but will likely include Genesis, Mark, or John and works by such authors as Plato, Luther, Darwin, Thoreau, Whitman, Shakespeare, Woolf, DuBois, Freud, Marx and Engels. Music and art are also analyzed for their contribution to and reflection of Western culture. Required of all Humanities and Cultural Studies majors; open to non-majors. Not recommended for students who have not yet satisfied their philosophy and literature foundational requirements.

Credits

3.00 units