Courses

Our courses explore the widening possibilities for humanistic study in a young millennium, reaching out to the arts and sciences and testing the conventions of intellectual exchange.

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Fall 2024 Courses

Interdisciplinarity and Antidisciplinarity
Subject associations
HUM 583
Instructors
D. Graham Burnett
Christy N. Wampole
Fall 2024
Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities: What was Vitalism? Genealogies of the Living in Modernity
Subject associations
HUM 595 / ARC 593 / CLA 595 / MOD 595
Instructors
Brooke A. Holmes
Spyros Papapetros
Fall 2024
Topics in German Media Theory & History: The Modes of Documentary: Epistemic, Didactic, Aesthetic, Forensic
Subject associations
GER 523 / COM 518 / MOD 523 / HUM 523
Instructors
Devin A. Fore
Fall 2024

Spring 2024 Courses

Data in the Humanities
Subject associations
CDH 507 / HUM 507
Instructors
Grant R. Wythoff
Spring 2024
Humanistic Perspectives on the Arts: Phase Change: Ancient Matter and Contemporary Making
Subject associations
HUM 598 / HLS 594 / CLA 591 / MOD 598
Instructors
Martha Friedman
Brooke A. Holmes
Spring 2024
The Chromapolitics of Visuality
Subject associations
ART 573 / HUM 537
Instructors
Tina M. Campt
Spring 2024
Topics in German Media Theory & History: The Modes of Documentary: Epistemic, Didactic, Aesthetic, Forensic
Subject associations
GER 523 / COM 518 / MOD 523 / HUM 523
Instructors
Devin A. Fore
Spring 2024