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GLST2291 – Humanities British Isles pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: Meets MnTC Goal Areas 6 and 8. This course is taken in conjunction with Humanities 2281: Culture of the British Isles and includes travel abroad to Ireland, Wales and England. The content of this course aligns with curriculum materials studied in the prerequisite course and will serve as a reinforcement of the culture of the British Isles and an understanding of the integration of the arts within the cultures.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: HUM2281
Competencies:
  1. Demonstrate awareness of the scope and variety of art, literature and music of the British Isles that focuses on political, economic and cultural elements.
  2. Understand art, literature and music of the British Isles as an expression of individual and cultural values within a world-wide context.
  3. Respond critically to the art, literature and music of the British Isles studied by comparing and contrasting situations, attitudes, tone and changes on a global basis.
  4. Articulate an informed personal response to the works studied through analysis and discussion.
  5. Become familiar with terms and concepts necessary for the study of art, literature and music of the British Isles.
  6. Describe and analyze political, economic, cultural, and historical elements which led to the production of particular selections of art, literature and music of the British Isles.
  7. Demonstrate knowledge of cultural, social, religious and linguistic differences as revealed in selected art, literature and music of the British Isles.
  8. Analyze specific informational problems that may provide the impetus for the creation of the arts that may be the result of cultural, economic and political differences.
  9. Understand the role and responsibility of a world citizen who may choose to use the arts as his or her vehicle for interaction within the global scene.
MnTC goal areas:
  • (6) The Humanities and Fine Arts
  • (8) Global Perspective

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