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HUMN 203     Experience, Expression, and Exchange: Manifestos, Movements, and Terrorism  (4)

What prompts the composition of manifestos--and what consequences have ensued? What are the underlying purposes of terrorism, and how have acts of terror been defined and even justified? This interdisciplinary course explores intellectual and social movements in cultural context from the early modern period to the present day with attention to the writings (especially manifestos) and outcomes (including terror) they have produced. Using the French Revolution, humanism and technologism, imperialism, and the artistic movements of the early twentieth century as some central focal points, the course examines competing visions of progress and resistance to it.

American Studies

...104 or HUMN 105 or HUMN 106 . EDUC...and POLS 107 . POLS 203 The Presidency (4...