Instructor: Dennis P. Smith
Office: LRC 307
Office Hours: 9:00-3:00 M-R
See Office Hours LRC 307
Phone: (405) 945-3246
Course Name: “Masterworks of Western Culture” (Ancient) (Internet)
Course Number: 2103 N04
Instructor’s Name: Dennis P. Smith
Hours Credit: 3
Office: LRC 307
Office Phone: (405) 945-3246 FAX# (405) 945-9141
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday
I. Course Description: Key ideas and values of modern cultures, as discovered through an integrated and thematic study of literature and the fine arts, as seen in their historical and philosophical contexts.
II. Pre-requisites: ENGL 1113
III. Next Course in Sequence: None
IV. Course Outcomes: Upon completing the course, the student, as evaluated by the instructor, should be able to:
A. Recognize, recall, and relate the major socio-geographical-political events and figures; major artistic movements, works, and artists; major literary movements, works, and authors; and major philosophical/religious movements and figures in those cultures studied.
B. Recognize and identify the interrelationships among the various socio-geographical-political, creative, and philosophical developments in those cultures studied.
C. Examine, recognize and relate basic human concerns and the common humanity that links people of all times.
V. Text: Landmarks in Humanities, Fiero, Gloria, McGraw-Hill, 2nd Edition, ISBN #978-0-07-352396-5
VI: Comprehensive Outline of Subject Content: This course is divided into four units:
“Origins” The First Civilizations: This unit will focus on ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. After an introduction to the Cultural-Epoch Theory, and a brief look at pre-history, the student... [continues]
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