Humanities 4135
"Art and Psychoanalysis'
Paper Topics # 1
1) Freud doesn't really analyze in any detail Sophocles' Oedipus the King. If he had,
he would have found that the play supports his theories in ways that his own brief
analysis largely, or totally
Final Paper Topics
1. Fairy Tales: Analyze psychoanalytically one of the fairy tales included on D2L If
you choose Little Red Riding Hood, be careful not to only repeat the
interpretation discussed in class.
2. The Uncanny: Discuss Freuds essay on horror
CLASSICAL NARRATIVE
CINEMA; CINEMA OF
ATTRACTIONS
NORMATIVE VS. DESCRIPTIVE
BRINGING IN HISTORY
SPECTATORSHIP
CONFUSING TERMS!
Modernity
Modernism
Modernism vs. Realism (Marxist literary criticism)
Classical Cinema vs. Cinema of Attractions
Modernism
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2013
October 17, 5:00-6:50 pm, ECCR 245
Problem 1 (20 points)
Find a point of intersection of a plane that goes through the point 1,1,2 and is tangent
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2013
October 16, 5:00-6:50 pm, KOEBL 210
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Problem 1 (15 points)
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2011
Problem 1 (15 points)
Find an equation for the plane that goes through the point A(1,-1,2) and orthogonal to the line
#x + y + z = 3
given by t
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2010
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Find the shortest distance from the point A(1,-1,3) and the plane given by the equation
x 2y + z = 3.
Problem 2 (15 poi
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2012
October 25, 5:00-6:50 pm, MUEN E0046
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Find an equation for the plane that goes through the point A(2,-1,2) and tangent to th
Name:
MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - I
Fall 2009
OPEN BOOK
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Find the shortest distance from the point A (1, 0, 1) and the line given by the system of
equations
x y + z = 2,
x y = 0.
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Problem 2 (15 points)
Find the fol
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM I
Fall 2012
October 26, 10:00-11:50 am, FLMG 156
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Find an equation for the plane that goes through the point A(-1,2,0) and tangent to th
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2011
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Use Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure to obtain the orthonormal set cfw_v1 , v 2 , v 3 from
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2011
Problem 1 (20 points)
If possible express a vector u = (0,0,4,0,0)T as a linear combination of the following
three vectors: e1 = (1
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM - II
Fall 2010
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Problem 1 (15 points)
Use Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure to obtain the orthonormal set
cfw_u1 , u2, u3 from the give
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2009
OPEN BOOK
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Problem 1 (15 points)
F Use Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure to obtain the orthonormal set cfw_u1 , u2 , u3
from the given set of vectors (Do not alter the order of vectors
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MCEN 5020
Final Exam
Fall 2009
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Problem 1 (20 points)
Find a coordinate of a point of intersection of a line and a plane. The line is parallel to a
vector (1,2,2) and goes through p
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2012
10:00-11:50 AM, December 7, FLMG 156
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OPEN BOOK, OPEN NOTES,
MIDTERM EXAM II
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Fall 2012
5:00-6:50 PM, December 6, MUEN E0046
Problem 1 (15 points)
If possible express a vector u = (7, 5,8, 5, 7) as a linear combination of th
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MCEN 5020
Final Exam
Fall 2010
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Problem 1 (20 points)
Find a coordinate of a point of intersection of three planes. The first plane is given by
x + y + z = 0 . The second is describ
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2013
5:00-6:50 PM, November 20, ECCR 200
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MCEN 5020
MIDTERM EXAM II
Fall 2013
5:00-6:50 PM, November 21, ECCR 245
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Problem 1 (15 points)
If possible express a vector u = (3, 2, 4, 3,1) as a linear combination of the followi
MCEN 5042
HEAT TRANSFER
Spring 2016
Problem Set #3
Due Friday, January 29th, 10:00 am
1. Verify that the conduction equation we derived in class for 1-D SS heat flow through a
material with an arbitrary cross-section achieves the same result as the equati
Art & Music Exam
III
Modern Ways of Seeing
Challenge of tradition
1848
Bourgeois Republicans (Middle class)
Obtained most power
Increasing industrialization
Because of the increasing middle class
and their growing wealth the influence of
art changes
Art & Music II
Exam 2
Calvinism and Capitalism
What seems to be the attitude toward nature in
17th century European art theory?
How, according to Bellori, does a painter create a
successful work?
Do you think Bellori would have found
Caravaggio's Calli
Art & Music I
HUMN 1210
INTRODUCTION
Canon: n. def. What is collectively
considered to be of prime
importance
Mere exposure effect: physiological
bias where we tend to be attracted to
the familiar
Why mere exposer effect? b/c familiarity
and geneticall
Patrick Farchione
9/9/15
HUMN 1110
Take Home Exam 1
1. When beginning a work called The Odyssey, we would expect to read immediately
of the adventures of Odysseus. And yet aside from a brief mention in the opening
lines, we do not encounter Odysseus until
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
9/17/15
Short Essay 1
The course of action Odysseus is asked to take has much greater meaning
behind it. Odysseus was in a special position because he had done and seen many
things that your average person during his time would
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
9/17/15
First Short Essay: Homer, The Odyssey
Paragraph 1: Intro + Thesis
Not all of his journeys were positive but Odysseus managed to gain a lot of
knowledge coupled with vast amounts of experience; therefore it is his social
SHORT ESSAY [To be prepared before the exam]: If the opening of The Symposium
begins with a character portrait of Socrates, it closes with an unexpected speech
regarding his effects on young men, particularly Alcibiades. What is his effect on
younger men
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
Short Essay 1
Socrates has a somewhat strange effect on the young men of Athens. He is
without a doubt a great role model for them. He teaches them to ask questions and
not be complacent people. He also inspires them to better
Patrick Farchione
HUMN 1110
11/4/15
Take Home Exam 3
3) Augustine finds himself torn between two wills, one is the body (lust/sex) and the
other is his will to follow God. I was drawn toward your beauty but swiftly dragged
away from you by my own weight,