CSTU Learning Activity 3 - CSTU 101 Reginald Pope CSTU...

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CSTU 101 Reginald Pope CSTU 101 Learning Activity 3 In 1150, we learned about the rise of universities. In fact, the Bachelor’s and the Master’s program were created through the development of universities. Even to this day if an individual wants to teach, they would have to go through these programs. These programs have changed some overtime. Another difference when universities were established, they weren’t always buildings like we have today. They first started off in homes, and gradually advanced from there. Also, we learn about Latin poetry. In our studies we discovered that religious writers used Latin for devotional work, for example hymns. Dies Irae is a hymn that is still sung today. A group of students and churchmen known as Goliardic poets wrote about many things which compare to some of the poetry today, such as drinking and love songs. Art in that time was very impressive especially when it came to architecture. Churches were the primary focus of architectural endeavors. A vast amount of churches were built during this time. Churches displayed a great amount of art shown through woodwork, stained glass, and sculptures. The architecture was amazing in my opinion especially in the churches. We are given many examples of churches and their artwork over the years. Architecture has changed a lot over the years, and it will continue to evolve as the years go by.
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