Greek Mythology

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An interdisciplinary study and analysis of Greek mythology. We will begin with the investigation of the relationship between myth, religion and culture in ancient Greece. We will explore the Greek view of the irrational and its position on fate and free-will. We will examine the nature of the Greek pantheon and the issues raised by the unique nature of the Greek gods as well as the aporias of the Greek view of human nature.

The Political Economy of Death

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This course examines and critically analyzes the history of concepts about death and dying. We examine the various definitions of death through the study of concepts of life, which are …

Contemporary Art & Theory

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A critical survey of major developments and movements in cultural theory and practice after WWII and the aftermath of the “death of the author” (Barthes). Topics to be addressed include …

The Political Economy of Death

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This course examines and critically analyzes the history of concepts about death and dying. We examine the various definitions of death through the study of concepts of life, which are …

Posthumanism

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This deeply interdisciplinary course will examine, analyze, and critically access the development and implications of the so-called Posthuman condition. Posthumanism, as it is generally defined, is the current, perhaps unavoidable, …

Politics in America

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[unitegallery Gallery] Description An interdisciplinary study and critical analysis of the ideological, social, economic, social, and cultural dimensions of politics in the United States. We will begin with a study …