This interdisciplinary course compares the historical dynamics and core philosophical/literary concepts of 18th century radicalism to early 20th century modernism. Goals include proficiency in presentation skills and critical argumentation; introduction to archival work; experience of music, art, architecture, virtual scientific experiments in seminars and field trips; Independent Research Project.
Prerequisite(s): Western Thought and Civilization 2901E. For King's Scholar designation, students must be enrolled in that program.
Extra Information: 3 hours, fortnightly seminar.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: TNLA
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