Literature and Art from the Industrial Revolution to the Digital Revolution

CGS HU 104

This course is an interdisciplinary approach to literature and art history, and moves classroom, students, and the faculty overseas to London for the term. The course focuses on the 19th and 20th centuries and concludes with the technologically complex 21st century. Assignments encourage research skills, critical thinking, and contextual awareness. Learning trips to historically and culturally important sites enhance the course's experiential component and augment the humanities' interdisciplinary significance. [Open only to students admitted to the CGS January Program] One lecture, two discussions and additional film and experiential learning hours as assigned [5 cr.]

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