Society for the Humanities (SHUM)Arts and Sciences

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Course descriptions provided by the Courses of Study 2017-2018. Courses of Study 2018-2019 is scheduled to publish mid-June.

SHUM 4625

How does climate denialism persist in the face of mounting evidence that global warming is real? Conversely, how do environmentalists come to believe specific actions are necessary to save the world? How ... view course details

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  • 16372SHUM 4625  SEM 101

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SHUM 4626

What does it mean to have a relationship with a work of literature? This course explores three relationships between text and human: one of authorship and authority, one of critique and criticism, and ... view course details

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  • 16376SHUM 4626  SEM 101

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SHUM 4627

This seminar surveys contemporary political theories of disobedience and resistance. We will examine liberal, republican, and radical perspectives on the logic of political protest, its functions, ... view course details

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  • 16380SHUM 4627  SEM 101

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SHUM 4628

Authority and authorship: the similarity of the words alone suggests a close connection. But what happens to the authority of a text when its author is unknown? The proposed seminar combines methods derived ... view course details

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  • 16389SHUM 4628  SEM 101

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SHUM 4629

This course focuses on the "exterior" as a political problem in critical theory, architectural theory, and cultural anthropology. The texts we will examine and elaborate on a political distinction between ... view course details

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  • 16391SHUM 4629  SEM 101

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SHUM 4630

"Recognition, Abjection, and State Ideology" introduces seminal theories of modern state ideology with reference to ethnographic texts that focus both on the formation of national identity and social exclusion. ... view course details

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  • 16393SHUM 4630  SEM 101

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SHUM 6625

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  • 16374SHUM 6625  SEM 101

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SHUM 6626

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  • 16378SHUM 6626  SEM 101

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SHUM 6627

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  • 16384SHUM 6627  SEM 101

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    • Livingston, A

SHUM 6628

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  • 16390SHUM 6628  SEM 101

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SHUM 6629

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  • 16397SHUM 6629  SEM 101

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SHUM 6630

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  • 16395SHUM 6630  SEM 101

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