Society for the Humanities (SHUM)Arts and Sciences
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Course descriptions provided by the Courses of Study 2015-2016.
- Schedule of Classes - June 15, 2016 6:14PM EDT
- Course Catalog - June 9, 2016 6:15PM EDT
This course offers an exploration of the European temporal imagination, or the ways that questions and concerns about time have been integral to both cultural self-understanding and philosophical reflection. ... view course details
The aim of this course is to present a map of theories and artistic strategies in order to better understand the validity of the anachronism and obsolescence in today's culture. During recent years, artists ... view course details
In The New Science, Vico posits that all nations are "poetic in their beginning." In this course we will read works of literature that imagine themselves at the beginning of a new nation or polity: such ... view course details
This course asks how do racialization projects constitutive of modern European empire figure in the making of nation states? How in particular did anticipation of rights bearing European publics, enshrining ... view course details
In the seminar "Black in Time" we will explore temporally specific, yet often interconnected iterations of blackness, in an attempt to account for how blackness has been experienced, conceptualized, ... view course details
This seminar will draw on continental philosophy, critical theory, musicology and composers' writings, to investigate historical relationships between strategies of musical timekeeping (conductor, clock, ... view course details
This course will explore time itself as an artistic material, concentrating on examples from French literature, architecture, and cinema of the last two centuries. The first section concentrates on the ... view course details
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