FAS201Reif11ew2E2020[1] - Course Syllabus FAS 201-E2020...

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Course Syllabus: FAS 201-E2020 Introduction to Humanities I Manchester Term and Dates: Term 11ew2; 10/31/2011 through 12/23/2011, M/W 8:05PM-10:35PM Instructor: Andreas W. Reif, B.A., M.Div. Contact Info: [email protected] ; (603) 289-4739 cell; (866) 401-9759 (fax) Availability: All Undergraduate Continuing Education instructors at all center locations (Manchester, Nashua, Salem, Portsmouth, Brunswick ME) will be available to students for a minimum of four additional hours of face-to-face meeting time per term. This time is in addition to the required 20 hours of face-to-face time in hybrid classes and the required 40 hours of face-to-face time in lecture classes. How the additional meeting time is utilized is at the discretion of the instructor and may vary by course. I will seek to be available ½ hour before each class, either in the classroom itself, or in another classroom tba. Text: Fiero, Gloria K. The Humanist Tradition 1-3, (Sixth Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011 ISBN# 9780077945824 as a packet (ISBN#-9780073523972, 9780077346188, 9780077346249 separately). Course Prerequisite: None Course Description : This course offers vocabulary, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts in their cultural contexts in history, religion, literature, music and ideas. It focuses on the achievements of ancient Greece and Rome, the medieval period and the Renaissance while also exploring related issues in non-European culture. May be taken independently of FAS 202. Course Objectives: After successfully completing this course, you will be able to: -Demonstrate an understanding of the links between art and its contexts. Among others these may be historical, social, political, psychological, scientific, or religious. -Analyze selected works of art with regard to media, means, context and content, and communicate their findings clearly using appropriate vocabulary. -Identify selected great works of art history and explain their stylistic and cultural contexts.
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-Appreciate and describe the historical interconnections between various periods and expressions of European culture. Assignment Schedule : Week 1 -10/31-11/06/11 Introduction/ Mesopotamia Africa Chapter 1- Chapter Test Chapter 2- Chapter Test Week 2 -11/07-11/13/11 India, China, and the Americas Greece The Classical Style Chapter 3- Chapter Test Chapter 4- Chapter Test Chapter 5- Chapter Test Week 3- 11/14-11/20/11 Rome China Chapter 6- Chapter Test Chapter 7- Chapter Test Week 4- 11/21-11/27/11 A Flowering of Faith The Language of Faith MIDTERM in TURN IT IN Chapter 9- Chapter Test Chapter 8- Chapter Test Week 5- 11/28-12/04/11 The Islamic World Patterns of Medieval Life Christianity and the Medieval Mind Chapter 10- Chapter Test Chapter 11- Chapter Test Chapter 12- Chapter Test Week 6- 12/05-12/11/11 The Medieval Synthesis in the Arts The World Beyond the West Adversity and Challenge Chapter 13- Chapter Test Chapter 14- Chapter Test Chapter 15- Chapter Test Week 7- 12/12-12/18/11 Classical Humanism in the Age of Renaissance Chapter 16- Chapter Test
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ECON 202 taught by Professor Steve during the Spring '11 term at Southern New Hampshire University.

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