Humanities of the World I Syllabus
journal contributionposted on 31.10.2016 by John L. Crow
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Humanities of the World I surveys the arts and ideas of various cultures consisting of an integrated, historical, and global approach to cultural expressions in the humanities including architecture, sculpture, painting, music, drama, literature, religion, philosophy, politics, jurisprudence, and economics. Spanning from pre-history to the Italian Renaissance, the course covers the earliest traces of human culture, ancient Egypt, the Aegean world, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, the Jewish tradition, the Christian tradition, Islamic culture, India, China, Japan, the Americas, medieval European culture, and the Renaissance in Europe.