hum2210_syllabus-1 - HUMANISTIC TRADITION I 2 SUMMER B 2009...

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2 HUMANISTIC TRADITION I UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FL SUMMER B 2009 OFFICE: Psychology Bldg 243 DR. DOUG EVANS PHONE: 407-823-3528 EMAIL: I. COURSE IDENTIFICATION HUM2210.B001 MTWF 12:00-1:50PM Room: CL1-105 II. COURSE DESCRIPTION A general exploration and survey of the ideas and art forms of human civilization from the prehistoric societies to the European societies of the Renaissance. Special attention will be given to the integrated elements of Western and selected non-Western cultures. Areas of focus will include art, literature, music, philosophy, religion, government, and architecture. Each of the above cultural elements will be examined for evidence of primary themes, values, and ideas present in the selected societies. Attention will also be given to the presence or potential application of ancient value systems in the modern world. III. WITHDRAWAL POLICY It is the responsibility of each student to notify registration if personal or schedule complication result in the need to withdraw from this course. The withdrawal deadline for the semester is July 17 . If you discontinue attendance and assignments but fail to drop after this date, you will
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2009 for the course HUM 2210 taught by Professor Evans during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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