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HUMN 207     Experience, Expression, and Exchange: The Great War and the Emergence of Modern Memory  (4)

This course explores how movements in art, music, politics, history, and literature reflect, negotiate, and contribute to a modernist conception of the human experience preceding, during, and immediately after World War I¬the "war to end all wars." Using critical approaches related to music, history, philosophy, literature, political theory, and the visual and plastic arts, this course seeks to make sense of the cultural circumstances associated with the expansion of imperialism and its implosion.

Women's and Gender Studies

...or ARTH 104 or HUMN 102. ASIA 205...Prerequisite: ECON 101 . ENGL 207 Women in Literature...