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HIST211 - Interpreting History
Interpreting History traces the development of our species while exploring how humans think about themselves and their existence. Evolution, myth, the growth of civilizations, the emergence of religion and philosophy, and the rise of the West will be studies in the context of the development of communication, media, and theory. The goal of this corse is to increase critical consciousness and awareness of the main strands of interpretation in human history.

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Description Interpreting History traces the development of our species while exploring how humans think about themselves and their existence. Evolution, myth, the growth of civilizations, the emergence of religion and philosophy, and the rise of the West will be studies in the context of the development of communication, media, and theory. The goal of this corse is to increase critical consciousness and awareness of the main strands of interpretation in human history.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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