Join HUM 216/217, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture this Fall!

June 25, 2024

Spots still remain for the year-long exploration of Western literature, philosophy, history and music.

Guided by a team of faculty from across the humanities and social sciences, students join a strong network of peers and mentors to examine pivotal texts, events, and artifacts of European civilization from antiquity to present day, as part of an ongoing cultural conversation with modernity and the world.

HUM 216/217 is part of a double-credit, year-long course sequence that fulfills four distribution requirements: two Literature & Arts (LA), one Historical Analysis (HA) and one Epistemology & Cognition (EC). Reserve your seat today!

An information session will be held on Zoom on Thursday, July 25 at noon EST. If you would like to attend please contact Stephanie Lewandowski,

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