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CWL 114   Global Consciousness and Lit   credit: 3 Hours.

Exploration of the cultural and historical roots of globalization and the development of global consciousness from ancient Greece to the present, as reflected primarily in literature, but also with reference to historiography, cartography, religion, art, politics, economics, and popular culture. Course materials including literary texts, articles, historical accounts, political tracts, films, and paintings focus on the mutual perception of, and historical relationships among Europe, the Arab world, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. This course can be used to fulfill either Western or non-Western general education categories, but not both.
This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for:
Humanities - Lit Arts
Cultural Studies - Non-West
Cultural Studies - Western