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Intro To The Humanities I-the Ancient World To Medieval Time

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This course provides an introduction to the arts through their expression in dominant themes of Western culture. Concepts of nature and the individual in society are examined in the artistic works from the ancient world to medieval times. The course provides a framework for understanding and evaluating contemporary artistic endeavors.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

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Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    The Medieval World

    • Identify significant world events in the medieval period.
    • Describe how the humanities connect to the medieval period by identifying significant examples of art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
    • Explain how the medieval period served as a transition into Renaissance society.

    Prehistory, Mesopotamia, and Egypt

    • Identify significant world events from Prehistory, ancient Mesopotamia, and ancient Egypt.
    • Identify example of the humanities in ancient civilizations, such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
    • Identify major key examples from the humanities that reflect developments in world events and cultural patterns in Prehistory, ancient Mesopotamia, and ancient Egypt.

    The Classical Tradition: Greece and Rome

    • Identify significant world events from ancient Greece and Rome.
    • Identify example of the humanities in classical civilizations, such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
    • Identify major key examples from the humanities that reflect developments in world events and cultural patterns in ancient Greece and Rome.

    Early China and Ancient India

    • Identify significant world events from ancient China and India.
    • Identify example of the humanities in ancient civilizations, such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
    • Identify major key examples from the humanities that reflect developments in world events and cultural patterns in ancient China and India.

    The Flowering of Religion: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism

    • Identify the central teachings from Judaism, early Christianity, early Islam, and Buddhism.
    • Explain how Judaism, early Christianity, early Islam, and Buddhism reflect the individual’s role in the world and with the deity.
    • Describe the connections between the humanities and Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism by identifying examples of art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
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