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Ideas and Values in the Humanities
Course: HUM251

First Term: 2019 Summer
Lecture   3.0 Credit(s)   3.0 Period(s)   3.0 Load  
Course Type: Academic
Load Formula: S - Standard Load


Description: An historical analysis of the interrelationships of art, architecture, literature, music, and philosophy from the Renaissance to modern period, including Western and Non-Western cultures.



MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Analyze the Renaissance influences on the early modern world. (I)
2. Analyze the characteristics of the baroque in the arts. (II)
3. Explain the influences of the enlightenment. (III)
4. Analyze the characteristics of neoclassicism in the arts. (III)
5. Analyze the characteristics of romanticism in the arts. (IV)
6. Evaluate the impact of industrialization on the humanities. (IV)
7. Analyze the characteristics of realism to the arts. (V)
8. Analyze the characteristics of impressionism to the arts. (V)
9. Evaluate the impact of modernism on the arts. (VI)
10. Explain the impact of the world wars in the humanities. (VI)
11. Illustrate how 20th Century philosophies impact the arts. (VII)
12. Analyze the role of post-modern movements in the arts. (VIII)
 
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Renaissance influences
   A. Philosophy
   B. The arts
II. The baroque world
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
III. The age of reason
   A. Philosophy
   B. The arts
IV. Romanticism and reaction
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
V. Toward the modern era
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
VI. The early modern era
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
VII. The age of anxiety
   A. Historical overview
   B. Philosophy
   C. The arts
VIII. The contemporary world
   A. Philosophy
   B. The arts

 
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: March 25, 2014

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