Humanities 10B. A Humanities Colloquium: From Joyce to Homer

Instructor: Louis Menand , Stephen Greenblatt , Deidre Shauna Lynch , Leah Whittington
Terms: Spring Term

Tuesdays, 10-11:45 am | Location: TBA

2,500 years of essential works, taught by six professors. Humanities 10b is open only to students who completed Humanities 10a in Fall 2018. Humanities 10b includes works by Joyce, Nietzsche, Mary Shelley, Austen, Pascal, Marguerite de Navarre, Dante, Augustine, Sophocles, and Homer, as well as the Arabian Nights. One 75-minute lecture plus a 75-minute discussion seminar led by the professors every week. Students continue to receive instruction in critical writing one hour a week, in writing labs and individual conferences. Students also have opportunities to visit cultural venues and attend musical and theatrical events in Cambridge or Boston.

Note: The course is open only to freshmen who have completed Humanities 10A. Students who take both Humanities 10A and Humanities 10B fulfill the General Education requirements for Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding and Culture and Belief as well as the College Writing requirement. This is the only course outside of Expository Writing that satisfies the College Writing requirement. No auditors. The course may not be taken Pass/Fail.
Only students who have satisfactorily completed the Fall 2018 term of Hum 10A are eligible to enroll in Hum 10B.

 

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