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Humanities (HUMS)

College of the Humanities
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

HUMS 3200 [1.0 credit]

Continental European Literature

Major movements and works from Dante's Divine Comedy through Voltaire's Candide. Themes include the New Humanism vs. old Chivalry in the Renaissance and Baroque periods; the rise of the modern novel and drama; reason, nature, and the Enlightenment project.
Prerequisites: HUMS 2000 and third-year standing in the Bachelor of Humanities program.
Lectures three hours a week.

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