Fall 2010 - Graduate Course Description
Intructor:
Schulte, Rainer
Discipline and Number
HUMA 6300 Section: 501
Day:
R Time: 7:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Course Title:
Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts and Humanities

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE:

Students should take this seminar early in their academic career.


Students should expect to be introduced to the following critical and scholarly topics:
• The reading and interpretation of verbal, visual, and musical texts.
• Essential research skills and tools for the arts and humanities in the digital age
• The development of associative thinking as the basis for interdisciplinary work
• The problems facing the humanities today
• The dissemination of information and knowledge in an electronic age
• The ethical dimensions of scholarship
• The necessity of multiple interpretations and translations of texts
• The model of translation as a new form of understanding texts and cultures
• The degree structure of the School of Arts & Humanities

REQUIRED TEXTS:

COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION CRITERIA:

Active participation in the weekly seminar discussions; retracing the main thought developments of the assigned material to be presented during seminar sessions; writing weekly paragraphs on texts read for each seminar session; developing the contours of a major project from an interdisciplinary point of view; reports on scholarly resources for the study of the arts and humanities. Group projects are encouraged.

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