HUM 101

An interdisciplinary humanities survey, designed to introduce students to cultures east and west, ancient and modern which have, over time, impacted and interracted with their own culture, and thus to encourage critical reflection on this wider cultural heritage  with emphasis on philosophy, literature, arts, political thought, science and religion. Readings in primary and secondary materials to analyze, compare and contrast ideas, paradigms, world views in ancient, classical and medieval civilizations.

The course will start on 28th of September, at 9 am, NH401.

HUM101 Fall22 Syllabus