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HUM 1020: INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMANITIES Class Theme: The Search for and Application of Wisdom INSTRUCTOR: Name: Professor Michael T. Jahosky Contact Information: Office Number: 727-341-4276. Leave a voicemail if I don’t pick up; let me know what number I can call you back at. Email: [email protected] and MyCourses Email Office Hours for Summer 2019: Office Location: HS (Humanities Building, Gibbs Campus), Room 125 Mondays and Wednesdays: 9am-11am Fridays: Digital Office Hours: 9:00-1:00 p.m. Class Times and Locations for Summer 2019: All classes meet in TE 235: Section 1053: 11am-145pm (M/W) Section 926: 8am-1045am (Tu/Th) Section 925: 11am-145pm (Tu/Th) Instructor Web Page: Please visit this link to learn more about me!
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REQUIRED TEXTBOOK & OTHER RESOURCE INFORMATION : I. ART OF BEING HUMAN II. PACKAGE COMPONENT | By JANARO 1. EDITION: 11TH 17 2. PUBLISHER: PEARSON 3. ISBN: 9780134238739 REVEL is NOT REQUIRED! ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: Dean: TBA Office Location: Clearwater, Crossroads Building Office Number: CL CR 154 Academic Chair: Nathan Muehl Office Location: Humanities Building, St. Pete Gibbs Campus Office Number: HS 118 SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS: If you wish to request accommodations as a student with a documented disability, please make an appointment with the Learning Specialist on campus. If you have a documented hearing loss, please contact the Program for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing at 791-2628. If you need assistance during an emergency classroom evacuation, please contact your campus learning specialist immediately about arrangements for your safety. The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities can be reached at 791-2628 or 791-2710 (CL), 341-4758 (SP/G), 394-6108 (SE) 712-5789 (TS) or 341-4532 (AC).
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COURSE INFORMATION: Course Description: This course provides an introduction to interdisciplinary humanities by focusing on various topics, relationships, and themes of human expression from a global perspective. Topics may include Music, Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Religion, Philosophy, Dance, Theater, Literature, and Film. Using global examples, this course examines the relationship between the visual, performing, and literary arts and their social, historical, and cultural contexts. This course is intended to broaden and establish an appreciation of the arts and ideas. It is representative of western and non-western
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