History and Art History
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Courses and Syllabi

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100-Level Courses in HNRS

HNRS 122: Reading the Arts (3 Credits)

Explores the language of the art medium and the relationship of parts to whole in artworks, connections among different art forms, and links between art and its historical context. In exploring multiple art forms, including literature, students will also learn how various artistic devices contribute to meaning. Students will critically explore detail and nuance in the social, historical and personal context of the work(s). Students will also participate in or attend a visual or performance based artwork(s) or event(s). Read More »

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HNRS 130: Conceptions of Self (3 Credits)

Drawing from appropriate works in social sciences, arts, and humanities, examines different conceptions and definitions of the self from diverse cultures and historical contexts. Read More »

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200-Level Courses in HNRS

HNRS 230: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (3 Credits)

Enables students to broaden cultural horizons and understand human behavior by studying societies in depth and in comparison. Read More »

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300-Level Courses in HNRS

HNRS 353: Technology in the Contemporary World (3 Credits)

Critically analyzes emergence and impact of specific technologies on contemporary cultures and the core concepts surrounding these technologies, including legal, social, ethical issues and the technology's relationship to core information security issues. Students develop a significant research project which, communicated through written, oral and digital means, shows a critical understanding of technologies and their impact via multiple disciplinary perspectives and how to communicate their findings, bot verbally and non-verbally, through ethically and culturally aware means. Read More »

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