HON (0083) 102 - Modern Condition II

Credits: 4

The Modern Condition I and II is a sequence of courses, normally taken in the freshman year, that examines the major social, cultural, and scientific transformations identified with modernity, with primary focus on the twentieth century. The body of works studied include readings from significant intellectual, literary, and political figures of the era, as well as important works of art, film, and music. The objectives are to introduce students to the challenges of our time, and to cultivate the capacity for critical analysis using a variety of perspectives.

When Offered: Spring

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