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Letters (LET)

Coordinator: Associate Dean Dvorak

151 Topics in Letters (3)

Study of the history of thought, of the search for values, of the attempt to define the human condition, as reflected in written texts, both past and present. (Seminar) May be repeated for credit with different topic. Approved topics: “Francophone Hip-Hop Culture (L) or (FC) [D]”; “Contemporary France (L) or (FC) [D]”; “The European Union (L) or (FC) [D]”; “Introduction to Native American History (L) [D]”; “Archaeology Frontiers (L) [D]”; “Jewish American Literature and Culture from ‘The Great Tide’ of Immigration (1881-1924) to the Present (L) or (A) [D];” “Introduction to World Mythology (L) [D]”; “Social, Ethical and Political Issues in Disability (L) [D].” May be taken once for general education credit.

351 Topics in Letters (3)

Study of the history of thought, of the search for values, of the attempt to define the human condition, as reflected in written texts, both past and present, at an advanced level. (Seminar) Pre: junior standing. May be repeated for credit as often as the topic changes.


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