Humanities

English Department - ELAC Studetns represent for Humanities

Humanities courses introduce the student to the predominant cultural patterns of Western Civilization as expressed in great works of literature and art from the Ancient Greeks up to the present. Literature, drama, painting, sculpture, and architecture are studied in relation to their historical background. The student is introduced to general concepts of the humanities, including applied aesthetics. Comparisons to relevant Asian and African mythology are also explored.

Humanities Course Offerings for the 2021 Sessions

Winter Session 2021 (January 4th to February 7th 2021)
Course
Days
Times
Professor
Humanities 60
(Section 10152)
Online
No Live Class
(Asynchronous)
Fernando Jimenez
Spring 2021 (Feb 8th to June 7th 2021)
Humanities 1
(Section 10143)
Online
No Live Class
(Asynchronous)
Fernando Jimenez
Humanities 60
(Section 11277)
Online
No Live Class
(Asynchronous)
Fernando Jimenez
Humanities Course with Live Class Spring 2021
Humanities 8 (Section 17146) MW 9-10:25am
Professor Barbara Dunsheath